Hepatic Parenchymal Disease?

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In medical terminology, the term parenchymal refers to the actual tissue that makes up an organ. The word hepatic refers to the liver. Therefore, hepatic parenchymal disease is a generalized term for some type of condition that is causing a deterioration of the cells that make up the liver. This can be due to a variety of different factors. For example, excessive drinking can cause cirrhosis of the liver. Being overweight or having diabetes can cause deterioration as well. Further testing will need to be done in order to determine the specific cause.
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