hepatorenal


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hepatorenal

 [hep″ah-to-re´nal]
pertaining to the liver and kidneys.
hepatorenal syndrome oliguria and renal failure in a patient with anatomically and morphologically normal kidneys in the presence of liver failure. Prognosis is poor.

hep·a·to·re·nal

(hep'ă-tō-rē'năl),
Relating to the liver and kidney.
Synonym(s): hepatonephric
[hepato- + L. renalis, renal, fr. renes, kidneys]

hepatorenal

/hep·a·to·re·nal/ (-rēn´il) pertaining to the liver and kidneys.

hepatorenal

(hĕp′ə-tō-rē′nəl)
adj.
Relating to the liver and the kidney.

hepatorenal

[hep′ətōrē′nəl]
Etymology: Gk, hēpar, liver; L, ren, kidney
pertaining to the liver and the kidneys.

hep·a·to·re·nal

(hep'ă-tō-rē'năl)
Relating to the liver and the kidney.
Synonym(s): hepatonephric.
[hepato- + L. renalis, renal, fr. renes, kidneys]

hepatorenal

pertaining to the liver and kidneys.

hepatorenal syndromes
diseases in which there is concurrent involvement of both liver and kidneys. This may be the result of a toxin such as carbon tetrachloride which simultaneously damages both organs, or as a result of hepatic injury causing, for example, a cholemic nephrosis.
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Observation of indices: The patients underwent several examinations before the treatment and every two weeks after the treatment, including medical history, physical functioning, blood routine and hepatorenal function.
13] Hepatorenal Syndrome (HRS) was diagnosed in cirrhotics with ascites with serum creatinine >1.
En este grupo dos miembros padecen poliquistosis hepatorenal bastante avanzada siendo muy limitantes para sus actividades diarias.
Grade-1 (Mild): There was normal diaphragm and intrahepatic vessel border with echogenicity of hepatic parenchyma was mild but diffusely increased or increased hepatorenal contrast.
The retrospective study, titled "The burden of hepatorenal syndrome among commercially insured and Medicare patients in the United States," evaluated the characteristics, healthcare resource utilization (HCRU), and payer-related costs of HRS patients covered by commercial and Medicare insurance programs from 30 days prior to the "index date," defined as the date of the earliest inpatient admission with an HRS diagnosis, through 90 days post-diagnosis (outcome period).
Hepatorenal Syndrome: The occurrence of kidney failure in patients with liver disease.
Hepatorenal syndrome (HRS) is defined as acute kidney injury in the presence of either acute liver failure or chronic liver disease, where there is no identifiable cause of the kidney injury.
A recent study stated that a coherent body of evidence indicates that glyphosate could be toxic below the regulatory lowest observed adverse effect level for chronic toxic effects, and that it has teratogenic, tumorigenic and hepatorenal effects that can be explained by endocrine disruption and oxidative stress, causing metabolic alterations, depending on dose and exposure time.
It is associated in a graded fashion with severe ascites, increased rate of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, hepatic encephalopathy, and hepatorenal syndrome5.
Hepatorenal insufficiency has also been reported in some countries.
Rebound surges of intracranial pressure as a consequence of forced ultrafiltration used to control intracranial pressure in patients with severe hepatorenal failure.
Protective mechanisms of atorvastatin against doxorubicin-induced hepatorenal toxicity.