Cirrhosis of the liver also known as hepatic cirrhosis is a late stage of scarring of the liver in which the normal liver cells are replaced by scar tissues. Every time the liver is injured; it tries to heal itself by forming scar tissues. Advance scarring leave the liver with more scar tissues and less normal hepatic cells thus causing impaired liver function. It caused by many forms of liver diseases and conditions such as hepatitis and chronic alcoholism. The damage done to the liver is irreversible so early detection is very important.