lipidosis


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Noun1.lipidosis - a disorder of lipid metabolism; abnormal levels of certain fats accumulate in the body
metabolic disorder - a disorder or defect of metabolism
abetalipoproteinemia - a rare inherited disorder of fat metabolism; characterized by severe deficiency of beta-lipoproteins and abnormal red blood cells (acanthocytes) and abnormally low cholesterol levels
Gaucher's disease - a rare chronic disorder of lipid metabolism of genetic origin
Niemann-Pick disease - a disorder of lipid metabolism that is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait
infantile amaurotic idiocy, Sachs disease, Tay-Sachs, Tay-Sachs disease - a hereditary disorder of lipid metabolism occurring most frequently in individuals of Jewish descent in eastern Europe; accumulation of lipids in nervous tissue results in death in early childhood
Translations

lipidosis, lipoidosis

n. trastorno metabólico de almacenamiento de grasas en los órganos tal como en el vaso o el hígado.
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This can lead to hepatic lipidosis, also known as fatty liver disease, a life-threatening condition that requires immediate veterinary intervention (see our August 2017 issue for more information).
Hepatomegaly typically occurs after viral or bacterial infection (eg, salmonellosis, mycobacteriosis) or hepatic lipidosis, the latter often occurring in laying hens.
Fabry disease is a panethnic lipidosis first described in 1898 by Johannes Fabry and William Anderson.
It has been reported that plasma ALB, TP, and GLU contents are reliable indicators of the function of the liver and, together with plasma AST and ALT activities, are closely correlated with the degree of hepatic lipidosis in animals [31,32].
Tests on animals show that ingesting oils containing erucic acid over time can lead to a heart condition called myocardial lipidosis.
This might be attributed to hepatic lipidosis and hepatic hypoxia secondary to anorexia and severe hemolytic anemia, respectively.
Local chronic inflammation can be associated with increased lipidosis caused by constant lipid infiltration, loss of intracellular contacts, increased proliferation and intensification of fibrosis (Andreeva et al.
It is inferred that increased hepatic echogenicity be natural in this species, however, we can not rule out the occurrence of liver disease that leads to increased echogenicity as hepatocellular lipidosis (FRYE, 1991; DIVERS & COOPER, 2000; NYLAND et al.
Therapeutic Management of Feline Hepatic Lipidosis by Mycoplasma Haemofelis in Medellin, Colombia: Clinical Case
It has been found that NEFA in liver extracts in proportion to their concentration in the bloodstream may lead to hepatic lipidosis (Grummer, 1993).
In monogastric animals, choline deficiency has been shown to result in hepatic lipidosis.
Por otro lado, Wolf y Wolfe (2005) sostienen que debido a que una diversidad de peces tiene la capacidad de almacenar grandes cantidades de lipidos, se hace dificil distinguir las clases de vacuolas lipidicas que son consideradas excesivas, por lo que no hay un adecuado criterio para el diagnostico de lipidosis hepatica.