cryptogenic cirrhosis

cryp·to·gen·ic cir·rho·sis

cirrhosis of unknown etiology, with no history of alcoholism or previous acute hepatitis.
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A 58-year-old white woman with end-stage cryptogenic cirrhosis, Sjogren's syndrome, and hypothyroidism was discharged from the hospital on oral antibiotics for an atypical pulmonary infection.
Most (11 of 12) NAFLD transplant cases were associated with the clinical diagnosis of cryptogenic cirrhosis.
But the guidelines also specifically caution against using vitamin E in patients with NASH and diabetes, patients with NAFLD who have not undergone a liver biopsy, patients with NASH and cirrhosis, and those with cryptogenic cirrhosis.
The mum–of–two was diagnosed with cryptogenic cirrhosis in 2002 after the birth of her first daughter Niamh.
foetus peritonitis in a 52-year-old man with common variable immunodeficiency, rheumatoid arthritis, splenectomy, and cryptogenic cirrhosis.
Cryptogenic cirrhosis, cirrhosis without a known underlying cause, is the third most common diagnosis in liver transplant recipients.
NASH is an unrecognized cause of cryptogenic cirrhosis with emerging importance.
Since, TTV infection is present worldwide among blood donors and is common in patients with liver diseases, including cryptogenic cirrhosis and fulminant hepatic failure.
Nonalcoholic steatohepatits and cryptogenic cirrhosis within kindreds.
When Mr Smith, aged 55, fell ill with cryptogenic cirrhosis, a liver disease with an unknown cause, he was given three weeks to live unless a suitable donor organ could be found.
Charles Edward "Charlie" Betsch of Eugene died June 21 of cryptogenic cirrhosis at age 75.
53-55) As NASH is thought to be responsible for two-thirds of cryptogenic cirrhosis, there is some evidence that NASH may progress to liver cancer.