What does a person with cirrhosis physically look like?

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What does a person with cirrhosis physically look like?
A person's physical looks can be different depending on the stage of cirrohis a. They can be Jaundice and look yellow or be swollen and look bloated. They can loose lots of weight and look anemic, they might even have bloody gums.


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