The silent organ: Liver diseases sometimes have no symptoms
In a press release by St. Luke's Center for Liver Diseases, Juliet L. Gopez-Cervantes, MD characterized the liver as a vital organ, without which a person could not possibly survive. However, she added, it is also a "silent organ." "It is a silent organ because it can be damaged without sending any signals or symptoms. Many people live with liver disease for a long time without ever knowing it," she said.
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