hepatopathy

hepatopathy

 [hep″ah-top´ah-the]
any disease of the liver.

hep·a·top·a·thy

(hep'ă-top'ă-thē),
Disease of the liver.
[hepato- + G. pathos, suffering]

hepatopathy

(hĕp′ə-tŏp′ə-thē)
n.
A disease or disorder of the liver.

hep′a·to·path′ic (hĕp′ə-tō-păth′ĭk, hĭ-păt′ō-) adj.

hepatopathy

A generic term for any disease of the liver.

hepatopathy

 Liver disease, see there.

hep·a·top·a·thy

(hep'ă-top'ă-thē)
Disease of the liver.
[hepato- + G. pathos, suffering]

hepatopathy

any disease of the liver.

Patient discussion about hepatopathy

Q. What are the types of alcohol-induced liver disease? I heard there are several liver diseases alcohol can create.

A. Here is a bit info about alcohol induced liver diseases:

http://www.umm.edu/liver/alcohol.htm

Q. I heard and experienced that the natural medicine is better than modern. I heard and experienced that the natural medicine is better than modern. When I came through a book I read about kombucha, which is not explained in it. What is kombucha?

A. BE CAREFUL;what you read is not always true,there have been results with natural meds for minor medical problems,BUT you also have to no that all meds natural/modern do not work on all people.some off these cures are more hype than anything else.If these natural meds really cured people we would all be healthy--using them with modern meds is your best bet when you have a severe med problem,always check with your DR.NO NOT TRY TO SELF DIAGNOSE,and put somthing in you bodyif you are work,sometimes ther is no turning back---mrfoot56--peace

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Measurement of plasma bile acid concentration was not performed, although results may have provided additional information regarding a possible underlying hepatopathy.
Specifically, 309 deaths were owed to alcoholic hepatopathy, 61 were due to poisoning indirectly linked to alcohol, and 79 were deemed the result of alcohol-induced physical violence.
Among the 360 complicated malaria cases, the most common complication was cerebral malaria in 38% cases, followed by acute renal failure (ARF) in 24% cases, hepatopathy in 23% cases, both ARF and hepatopathy in 11% cases, shock in 4% and algid malaria in 1% cases.
Sickle cell intrahepatic cholestasis (SCIC), one of the syndromes secondary to sickle cell hepatopathy, is a rare but potentially fatal complication of sickle cell disease.
Part 1 capillary membrane oxygenator coated with a biocompatible koatingom, with a wide range of uses (for the general weight category of patients, decompensated patients, patients with hepatopathy, hemokoagulopatiou, reoperated patients and so on.
In the folk medicine, the plants of genus Kadsura were used for the treatment of hepatopathy as TCM (traditional Chinese medicine).
Elevated levels of ALT and AST are indicative of hepatopathy, muscular dystrophy and damage to internal organs.
Side-effects of this chemotherapy regimen include myelosuppression, febrile neutro- penia, peripheral neuropathy and hepatopathy.
She had a 6-month history of jaundice, pruritus, and abnormal liver function tests thought to be secondary to congestive hepatopathy.
The team from University College Dublin has developed a non-invasive test for the disorder, known as infantile hepatopathy.
Both benign (toxic hepatopathy, including steatosis) and malignant (hepatocellular carcinoma and cholangiocarcinoma) liver lesions were observed at high frequencies in a dose-dependent fashion, particularly in animals created with PCB-126 alone of combined with PCB-153.
Previous studies reported brain, kidney and liver damage from diabetes, resulting in hepatopathy, nephropathy and neuropathology, respectively.