Carlos Hernandez died 10 years later in prison of complications from cirrhosis.
Ellis was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver in 2007, and passed away from the ailment on Dec. 19, 2008.
Three years after his big win, he was dead of hepatitis and cirrhosis of the liver.
February 1: Autopsy: cirrhosis of the liver; enteritis of small intestines; stomach and kidneys normal.
According to Fox, such an occurrence is more frequent with cirrhosis of the liver than with ulcer or cancer of the stomach.
When cirrhosis causes sudden death, it is nearly always by hemorrhage.
According to Frster, of 31 cases of cirrhosis, 16 were between forty and sixty years.
These were mostly cases of dropsy from cirrhosis of the liver.
There can be no doubt that chronic malarial poisoning causes, or powerfully predisposes to, cirrhosis.
The form of ascites that most resists diuretics is that which originates in cirrhosis.
1827, coined in Modern Latin by French physician René-Théophile-Hyacinthe Laennec (1781-1826) with -osis and Greek kirrhos "tawny," of unknown origin. So called for the orange-yellow appearance of the diseased liver. Related: Cirrhotic.
cirrhosis cir·rho·sis (sĭ-rō'sĭs)
A chronic disease of the liver characterized by the replacement of normal tissue with fibrous tissue and the loss of functional liver cells. It can result from alcohol abuse, nutritional deprivation, or infection especially by the hepatitis virus.
Chronic interstitial inflammation of any tissue or organ. Also called fibroid induration.
A chronic disease of the liver characterized by the replacement of normal tissue with scar tissue and the loss of functional liver cells. It is most commonly caused by chronic alcohol abuse, but can also result from nutritional deprivation or infection, especially by the hepatitis virus.