Can the Liver Heal Itself?

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The liver can heal itself over time especially if the damage caused to it by diseases such as cirrhosis and fatty liver disease are not too severe. The liver does this through build-up of fat and other injuries to the organ which causes high reproduction of all cells within the organ.
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The liver is to the right of the abdomen, above the intestines & beside the stomach. It has the ability to heal itself by replacing or repairing injured cells.
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