hepatosis

hepatosis

 [hep″ah-to´sis]
any functional disorder of the liver.
serous hepatosis veno-occlusive disease of the liver.
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Selenium concentration in kidneys of normal pigs and pigs affected with nutritional muscular dystrophy and liver dystrophy (Hepatosis diaetetica).
Dietary induction of mulberry heart disease and hepatosis dietetica in pigs I.
Findings in the 6 of the 83 birds examined histologically revealed pathologic disorders of the livers in all 6 birds (100%; 3 fatty liver degeneration [50%]; 1 necrotic hepatitis [17%]; and 2 hepatosis with foamy macrophages [33%]), renal tubulonephroses in 4 birds (67%), and pneumonia in 3 birds (50%).
Fetal prognosis in obstetric hepatosis. Annales chirurgiae et gynaecologiae Fenniae.
Subsequently, environmental chemical exposures were linked to other cellular lesions in fish livers (e.g., megalocytic hepatosis and foci of cellular alteration) (Malins et al.
Experimental equine leukoencephalomalacia, toxic hepatosis, and encephalopathy caused by corn naturally contaminated with fumonisins.
with 1 313 prescriptions patients with fatty acid degeneration 968 cases patients with toxic hepatosis 52 cases hepatotoxicity within < 6 mo.