Bruised Liver?

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A bruised liver occurs when there is trauma or a heavy force to the torso. As with a bruise on the skin, the blood vessels break causing the blood to rush out and form a painful bruise. Unlike bruises on the skin, a bruised liver is serious. Bruised livers usually occur after a car accident. Cirrhosis of the liver is a condition that can also cause a bruised liver. Symptoms include severe pain in the abdomen, nausea, pain spreading to the shoulders, and in some cases, a loss of consciousness. At the hospital or doctor's office, X-Rays will be taken to see if the liver is bruised and treatment will be decided afterwards.
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