Enlarged Spleen (Splenomegaly) (cont.)
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Enlarged Spleen Medical Treatment
The treatment of splenomegaly essentially depends on the cause of it.
In many conditions, the spleen enlarges a result of performing its normal physiologic function in response to another medical condition, for example, cirrhosis. The main objective is then not necessarily to improve splenomegaly that is a consequence of the disease, but to treat the underlying cause, such as cirrhosis.
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