Liver failure occurs when the liver become damaged beyond repair and is no longer able to function. It often happens gradually, over many years. The most common causes of chronic liver failure include hepatitis B, hepatitis C and long-term alcohol consumption. Follow the links below to find BootsWebMD's comprehensive coverage of liver disease and liver failure, the symptoms and signs, and how it’s diagnosed and treated, and much more.
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