Common causes of hepatosplenomegaly
, hepatitis, and Lysosomal Storage Disorders (LSDs). Mononucleosis spreads through saliva and mucus, and may cause a high fever, enlarged lymph nodes, and a severe sore throat
Other causes of hepatosplenomegaly may include tuberculosis, malaria, and some forms of cancer. Some auto-immune disorders can also lead to this condition, including Systemic Lupus Erythematosis (SLE) and juvenile rheumatoid arthritis
. Parasitic infections, chronic alcoholism, and cat scratch fever are also associated with liver and spleen swelling.
The treatment for hepatosplenomegaly largely depends on the underlying cause. Most of the time, when that is treated, the swelling goes down naturally. In those with conditions that can't be cured, treatment focuses on managing the symptoms and improving the liver and spleen's function. This includes things like enzyme replacement therapy
, which can help keep the size of the liver and spleen down, and avoiding things that stress the liver, like drinking alcohol or taking aspirin,brufen,diclofenac.
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