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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NAT tests, he said would assist in checking for HIV (Human Immunodeficiency Viruses) , HBV (Hepatitis B) and HCV (Hepatitic C) at the initial level by detecting the presence of DNA/RNA virus and stop the spread of such virus through blood transfusion.
The hepatic derangement in patients with GD ranges from mild laboratory abnormalities without clinical features to overt hepatitis [18], with either hepatitic or cholestatic injury [19].
Hep C, newly emerging, has become a major cause of chronic hepatitic diseases and also hepatic malignancy.
The US DILIN recognizes 18 distinct histologic damage categories: acute hepatitic, chronic hepatitic, acute cholestatic (Figure 3), chronic cholestatic (Figure 4, A and B), cholestatic-hepatitic, granulomatous, macrovesicular steatotic, microvesicular steatotic, steatohepatitic (Figure 5), zonal necrosis (Figure 1), nonzonal necrosis, vascular injury (Figure 6, A and B), hepatocellular alteration, nodular regenerative hyperplasia (Figure 7), mixed or unclassified injury, minimal nonspecific changes, absolutely normal, and massive necrosis.
NASH does not appear to increase the risk of hepatocellular carcinoma as is seen in other inflammatory hepatitic conditions.
Fulminant hepatitic failure in relation to hepatitis B virus infection.
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.
(32) Maintenance therapy with pegylated interferon does not appear to have any benefit on long-term hepatitic complications for initial nonresponders.
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.
Alison goes to work and exhausts herself; she should return home with her wet feet and her hepatitic fever to her space heater and dissolve into her welcoming wall.
* "Guidelines for the Management of Rash with Viramune," and "Guidelines for the Management of Hepatitic Events with Viramune."