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Review of Liver
In this lecture ´´ Diseases of Liver´´ are explained. Section one is about ´´ Review of Liver´´. In the beginning of this lecture, the detailed anatomy of liver is explained. Following this, the blood supply and venous drainage of the liver is demonstrated. The lymphatics and nerve supply of the liver is also discussed in this section. The educator moves the discussion towards the histology and pathology of the liver. The section is ended on the actions of liver enzymes and liver function tests.
Section two is about ‘’Clinical Syndromes’’. Initially, liver failure and its causes are comprehensively discussed. After that, the acute liver failure, along with its morphology, clinical features, pathology, clinical features and stages is discussed. Following this, chronic liver failure and cirrhosis with respect to their morphology, pathology and clinical features are reported. Next is the clinical consequences of portal hypertension in cirrhosis. In the end, primary biliary cirrhosis, along with its morphology, pathology and clinical features is mentioned.
Section three is about ‘Hepatitis’’. In the start of this section, acute and chronic hepatitis, along with its morphology are discussed. After that, the educator focusses on hepatitis A Virus, its Epidemiology and Clinical features. Proceeding this, Hepatitis B is comprehensively explained, along with the life cycle of HBV, its epidemiology, clinical features and pathophysiology of its virus. Moving forward, the educator also elucidates Hepatitis C virus, Hepatitis D virus and Hepatitis E virus along with their life cycles, morphology, clinical features and pathology. Then, yellow fever comes under discussion. Lastly, autoimmune hepatitis along with its pathogenesis and treatment is discussed.
Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease
Section four is about ‘’ Alcoholic and Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease”. Firstly, fatty liver diseases, with its causes and morphology are discussed. After that, alcoholic liver diseases are brought under discussion with its clinical course, pathogenesis and clinical features. Next, non-alcoholic fatty diseases with its types and associations are discussed. In the end, its pathogenesis, clinical features and complications are pursued.
Cholestatic Liver Disease
Section five is about ‘’ Cholestatic Liver Disease’’. Earlier in this section, jaundice with its causes and pathogenesis are discussed. The educator then focuses on jaundice from sepsis and neonatal jaundice. After that, mechanism of unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia and its mechanism at hepatocyte level are reported. Next, the concept of cholestasis with its pathophysiology and pathology is introduced. Different types of cholestasis, such as neonatal, intrahepatic, progressive familial intrahepatic, sepsis associated and benign associated intrahepatic cholestasis are then explained. Moving forward, primary sclerosing cholangitis along with its characteristics, pathogenesis, morphology and clinical features are demonstrated. In the end of this lecture, biliary cholangitis with its morphology is discussed.