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(Cryo for short) is a condition caused by the hepatitis C virus (HCV for short).
A condition or illness that occurs outside of the liver is called an extrahepatic manifestation (x-tr manif-es-stay shon, or EH for short).
(pronounced “like-n plan-us”) or LP is a condition that affects the skin.
There is a certain kidney disease that is caused by HCV.
NHL is a form of cancer; although HCV can cause NHL, it is uncommon for most people infected with HCV to get NHL.
Peripheral Neuropathy (“per-if-er-al new-rop-athee”) is a condition that affects the nerves in the body – usually feet and legs, but possibly the hands, arms or any other part of the body.
Pictures of some of the manifestations of Extrahepatic Manifestations.
Porphyria Cutanea Tarda (“poor-fear-ree-a tar-da”) is a condition that can be caused infections such as hepatitis C.
Vasculitis (“vas-q-lietus”) is an autoimmune illness of the blood vessels caused by Cryo (see Cryo above) which in turn is caused by HCV.