Diseases that cause abnormally large livers
Less common causes of larger-than-normal liver size include blood cancer, Wilson’s disease (copper buildup in the liver), gaucher’s disease (a disorder that causes fat to build up in the liver), hepatitis caused by chemical poisoning, blockage of the bile duct or gallbladder, liver cysts, etc.
Liver enlargement can be benign (not cancerous) or malignant (cancerous).
According to medical experts, patients need to go to a medical facility specializing in Gastroenterology – Hepatology – Pancreas when there are suspicious manifestations such as jaundice, muscle aches, itching, nausea, abdominal pain, increase in abdominal size …
Dr. added that liver damage increases the risk of destroying liver structure.
The liver gradually becomes sclerotic and does not complete the task of detoxification and metabolism, affecting other organs.