hepatitic

hep·a·tit·ic

(hep'ă-tit'ik),
Relating to hepatitis.

hep·a·tit·ic

(hep'ă-tit'ik)
Relating to hepatitis.
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NASH does not appear to increase the risk of hepatocellular carcinoma as is seen in other inflammatory hepatitic conditions.
It contains more than 2,000 questions and answers, updated chapters, and a new chapter of radionuclide therapy with information on radioimmunotherapy of lymphoma and Y-90 SIRT of hepatitic malignancies.
The liver function tests were deranged with a hepatitic picture and elevated transaminases.
NSAIDs were given to case 2 after the recovery from the acute hepatitic episode.
High dose lovastatin has previously been shown to cause hepatitic necrosis in laboratory animals.
If ALT increases are progressive despite reduction of PEGASYS dose or are accompanied by increased bilirubin or evidence of hepatitic decompensation, PEGASYS should be immediately discontinued.
Guidelines for the Management of Rash with Viramune," and "Guidelines for the Management of Hepatitic Events with Viramune.
These findings underscore the need to counsel potential transplant recipients, particularly those with pre-existing renal dysfunction, hypertension, diabetes, or hepatitic C, about the significant long-term risk of this complication, the researchers said.
Black patients with hepatitic C also have not responded as well to treatment with interferon-a, compared with other racial groups in clinical trials.
Distribution of hepatitic c virus genotypes determined by line probe assay in patients with chronic hepatitic c at tertiary referral centers in the United States.
Drug-Induced Hepatitis - Few medications still in use and several that have been withdrawn from the market can also cause chronic hepatitic (CAH).
Patients with high DNA concentrations of hepatitis B and those with hepatitic inflammatory activity remain at risk for HCC.