transaminitis

transaminitis

A regionally popular term for increased transaminases (AST, ALT) coupled with non-specific hepatitis, which may occur in a patient undergoing the early stages of multiorgan failure.

transaminitis

Medtalk A regionally popular term for ↑ transaminases–AST, ALT, coupled with non-specific hepatitis, which may occur in a Pt undergoing the early stages of multiorgan failure. See Multiorgan failure.
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The MYH9-related disorders encompass a group of macrothrombocytopenia with or without deafness, renal failure, cataracts, and transaminitis that can present with the pathognomonic finding of Dohle-like bodies within the cytoplasm of neutrophils.
It is most commonly seen in immunocompromised patients, neonates, pregnancy, and its presentation can be similar to acute hepatitis anicteric transaminitis, fever, leukopenia, and flu-like symptoms.
The probability of developing "significant" transaminitis for those drinking less than 14 drinks/week, 15-21 drinks a week, and greater than 21 drinks was 0.
As per ESPGHAN guideline,[16] studies liver transaminitis has been found in total 5% of cases.
This is manifested clinically in the form of hepatomegaly along with mild to moderate transaminitis.
However, no signs of cardiogenic shock, severe chemical transaminitis corresponding to hepatic ischemia or necrosis, or severe hemolysis were observed at 5 dpi in EBOV Kikwit-infected NHPs or at 7 dpi in EBOV Makona-infected NHPs.
The hallmarks of symptomatic human monocytic ehrlichiosis (HME) include fever, headache, myalgia, nausea, malaise, transaminitis, and blood cell abnormalities.
Our patient presented with transaminitis and was found to have rhabdomyolysis after using DMAA.
The interim safety analysis of trials exploring idelalisib in combinations with cytotoxic drugs has shown inferior OS due to toxicity profile (Pneumocystis jirovecii infections, cytomegalovirus reactivation, high rates of transaminitis and pneumonitis), which led to suspension of RCTs in first line setting.
Pacientes con sintomas del sistema digestivo: diarreas cronicas, aftas bucales a repeticion, intolerancia a lactosa, sindrome del colon irritable, transaminitis, constipacion, vomitos recurrentes.
3]) y era suspendida si el paciente presentaba neutropenia febril o efectos secundarios asociados a la administracion de levofloxacino tales como: reaccion anafilactica, compromiso neurologico, tendinitis asociada a quinolonas, anemia hemolitica, transaminitis, eritema multiforme, sindrome de Steven Johnson o neumonitis alergica.
The most common high-grade irAEs in this group were diarrhea, transaminitis, and rash.