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Spleen

Spleen

Spleen

The spleen is an important organ of the body’s lymphatic system. The lymphatic system removes cellular waste, maintains the level of fluids while also producing and directing white blood cells to fight infectious pathogens. This organ is located at the upper left part of the abdomen between the diaphragm and stomach. It looks like a clenched fist and is purple, weighing about 150 to 180 gms. It plays an important role in the body’s immune response to pathogens and swells up when the body is fighting against disease. The spleen effectively filters out the blood by regulating the number of red blood cells which carry oxygen to the other organs and the number of platelets that form a blood clot. It disintegrates those blood cells which are abnormal, old or damaged. Still, in case the spleen gets damaged due to a disease or a traumatic injury which results in its surgical removal, a person can still survive without it. Although it’s important, it isn’t vital enough to stop the body’s functions. But, after this, an individual would become more vulnerable to infectious diseases and will have to follow some extra precautions to stay on the safer side.

The list of ailments that come under Spleen are:

  • Enlarged spleen (splenomegaly)
    Splenomegaly (See: Enlarged spleen (splenomegaly))

Hypothesis

Spleen enlargement, otherwise known as Splenomegaly is the most common condition which affects the spleen and is caused due to several reasons. In this ailment the spleen becomes enlarged. In the initial stages, a person doesn’t show any symptoms; hence physical examinations are necessary to detect this. Enlargement results in pain in the upper-left abdominal region and the affected person may also feel full after a small meal, as the spleen’s tissue starts exerting pressure on the stomach, thus temporarily decreasing its capacity. Also, the spleen’s blood-filtering capacity decreases eventually, as it becomes big enough to exert pressure on other neighbouring organs too. It would start removing excess of red blood cells from the bloodstream, causing anaemia. There shall also be a decrease in the synthesis of white blood cells, thereby decreasing the body’s immunity. Some of the diseases causing splenomegaly are:

  • Mononucleosis – a contagious and viral infection which causes fever, sore throat and fatigue.
  • Cirrhosis – the severe scarring of the liver’s tissue at the final stages of liver disease. It’s leading causes are prolonged alcohol abuse and viral hepatitis C.
  • Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis, a common type of arthritis seen in children.
  • Malaria, an infectious disease caused by a parasite. This parasite gets transferred to the human body through the bite of an infected mosquito.
  • Hodgkin’s disease – a type of blood cancer which starts in the lymphatic system. It affects the white blood cells, causing them to multiply abnormally and spread out of the lymphatic system.

Enragement of the spleen is an indication that the body is trying to fight infection and therefore it cannot be construed as an ailment. In such condition immunity of the body should be supported in a manner that infection is controlled so that Spleen can revert back to normal size. Zyropathy provides a combination of natural food supplements and zyro naturals to eradicate problems related to Spleen.

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