hepatocellular


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hepatocellular

 [hep″ah-to-sel´u-ler]
pertaining to or affecting liver cells.

hepatocellular

/hep·a·to·cel·lu·lar/ (hep″ah-to-sel´u-lar) pertaining to or affecting liver cells.

hepatocellular

adjective Referring to liver cells or hepatocytes.

Pronunciation
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, HEP uh toe SELL you lurr
Medspeak-US: pronounced, he PAT oh SELL you larr

hepatocellular

Pertaining to liver cells.

Hepatocellular

Of or pertaining to liver cells.

hepatocellular

pertaining to or affecting liver cells.

hepatocellular adenoma
tumor is usually single, may be lobulated, sessile; no acinar development and no ductal system.
hepatocellular fusion
there is fusion then disappearance of adjacent hepatic cell membranes giving the tissue a syncytial appearance.
hepatocellular jaundice
jaundice arising because of damage to hepatic cells.
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