hepatopathic

hep·a·to·path·ic

(hep'ă-tō-path'ik),
Damaging to the liver.
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hep·a·to·path·ic

(hep'ă-tō-path'ik)
Damaging the liver.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Obtained results demonstrated that hepatopathic children with liver steatosis measured with [sup.1]HMRS have significantly higher levels of serum IL-18 as well as steatosis score of 2 or 3 in USG than those without liver steatosis in [sup.1]HMRS.
A large number of patients with OLP in current analysis were observed carrying Hepatitis A and B virus, rather than the Hepatitis C virus, corresponding to 50% of the total number of hepatopathic patients.
We did not clasify hyperplastic nodules as "regenerative" or "non-regenerative," as specified by INHAND, because hepatopathic lesions, such as inflammation and oval cell hyperplasia, were present but no significant markers of liver injury, such as necrosis or fibrosis, were observed.
Mandal, "Disposition kinetics of sparfloxacin in healthy, hepatopathic, and nephropathic conditions in chicken after single intravenous administration," Indian Journal of Pharmacology, vol.
As hepatopathic viral infections in HIV positive individuals are often chronic and sub clinical, and co-infection can lead to more aggressive liver disease, early screening of all high risk individuals for HBV and HCV, together with HIV screening, is necessary.
A 64-year-old chronic alcoholic and hepatitis C virus-positive hepatopathic man was referred to the Otorhinolaryngology Department of our Hospital in February, 1995, because of mainly inspiratory laryngeal dyspnea.