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Ascites (diseases)

Ascites is actually one of the symptoms caused by liver disease. The organs in our abdomen are lined with membranes. Ascites occurs when the fluid between these membranes are in excess. A doctor may describe this as having a lot of fluid in your peritoneal cavity. For women, the normal more...

Bilirubin Test (tests)

BILIRUBIN TEST DEFINITION Bilirubin is the orange-yellow pigment found in your blood that's a natural byproduct of normal red blood cell breakdown and is most apparent in the coloring of your waste products, namely your urine and stool. In turn, the bilirubin test checks your bilirubin levels in your blood. more...



Ethionamide is a drug introduced in tablet forms used in the treatment of tuberculosis. Ethionamide’s complete chemical name is 2-ethylthioisonicotinamide. It is a yellow crystalline, nonhygroscopic compound having faint to moderate odor. It is insoluble more...

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Gallbladder diseases (diseases)

The gallbladder is an organ found just below the liver. It is a sac responsible for the storage of bile manufactured by the liver. The gallbladder releases the bile to aid in the digestion of fats in the duodenum (the top portion of the small intestine). When there is an more...

Gallbladder stones (diseases)

Gallbladder stones or gallstones are solid calcium salt or cholesterol deposits that accumulate in the gallbladder or at nearby bile ducts. The crystals forming are combined with other elements and minerals and can vary in size from minute sand-like particles to marble-sized pieces. Most cases usually are asymptomatic with no more...