enlarged liver


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Related to enlarged liver: hepatomegaly, fatty liver

enlarged liver

Hepatomegaly, see there.
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In this study we assess the relationship between modeled historical estimates of PFOA exposure and a) biomarkers of liver injury (ALT, GGT and direct bilirubin) measured in blood samples collected during 2005-2006 as part of the C8 Health Project (C8HP) and b) medically validated liver disease (primarily hepatitis, enlarged liver, fatty liver and cirrhosis).
On clinical assessment, she was found to have pitting oedema extending to the level of the thighs bilaterally, and was noted to have ascites and an enlarged liver and spleen.
Because of this ailment, he has an enlarged liver and an enlarged spleen
She said Mr Kelsall's enlarged liver weighted 3kg, three times what is normal.
Symptoms include recurrent low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia), enlarged liver and muscle weakness.
Abdominal ultrasound was conducted to investigate suspected liver damage and showed grossly enlarged liver with hyperechoic echotexture and had multiple hypoechoic nodules measuring 0.
Signs of this disease include an enlarged liver, intermittent fever, loss of weight and appetite, and a persistent cough.
When she was born she had a rash, an enlarged liver and spleen and her brain had been affected.
Imaging at the time of admission included a right upper quadrant ultrasound that revealed an enlarged liver at approximately 25 cm in sagittal dimension with no focal hepatic abnormality, an enlarged spleen at approximately 15.
It was a little pot belly but we now know this was caused by an enlarged liver and spleen.