Were you looking for information about Cirrhosis? Serosis is a common misspelling of cirrhosis.
Cirrhosis is a condition in which scar tissue replaces healthy, normal tissue in large areas of the liver. This scar tissue blocks the flow of blood through the liver and prevents it from working correctly. Cirrhosis can occur as the result of many long-term liver diseases, such as different types of hepatitis or medical conditions people are born with. However, cirrhosis can also be caused by things like infections, drug and/or alcohol abuse, or a blocked bile duct. How the disease is treated depends on the cause of the cirrhosis and the types of other problems a person is experiencing.
(For more information, click Cirrhosis. This article provides an overview of this liver condition, including detailed information on its causes, symptoms, and treatment options.)