Quiz: Fibrosis of the Liver
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Fibrosis of the liver is a condition in which there is a large amount of scar tissue in the liver. It occurs when the liver attempts to repair tissue damage. Rather than producing new, normal tissue, the liver produces non-functioning scar tissue. Which of the following conditions can result in rapid development of fibrosis?

  • A.

    Alcohol abuse

  • B.

    An episode of acute hepatitis 

  • C.

    Blockage in the bile ducts

  • D.

    Chronic hepatitis

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