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bil·i·ar·y

 (bĭl′ē-ĕr′ē)
adj.
1. Of or relating to bile, the bile ducts, or the gallbladder.
2. Transporting bile.
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biliary

(ˈbɪlɪərɪ)
adj
(Physiology) of or relating to bile, to the ducts that convey bile, or to the gall bladder
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bil•i•ar•y

(ˈbɪl iˌɛr i, ˈbɪl yə ri)

adj.
a. of bile.
b. conveying bile.
[1725–35; perhaps < French biliaire]
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.biliary - relating to or containing bilebiliary - relating to or containing bile  
2.biliary - relating to the bile ducts or the gallbladderbiliary - relating to the bile ducts or the gallbladder
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Translations

bil·i·ar·y

a. biliar, rel. a la bilis, los conductos biliares o la vesícula;
___ duct obstructionobstrucción del conducto ___;
___ stasiscolestasis;
___ tract diseasesenfermedades de las vías ___-es;
___ tract hemorrhagehemobilia.
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biliary

adj biliar
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After an initial rapid phase, biliary excretion represents 0.02-0.04% of the body burden, and most is associated with a fraction of low relative molecular mass [10].
Anterior abdominal 60-sec images were obtained at 1-min, 5-min, 10-min, 15-min, 30-min, 1-hour, 2-hour, 3-hour till biliary excretion was demon-strated or up to a maximum of 24h post-injection and where appropriate, additional delayed views were obtained to optimize visualization of radionuclide intestinal transit.
With cholestasis, not only is there reduced biliary excretion of bile, but, due to coregulation of BSEP and MRP2, detoxification is impaired as well.
Hepatocytes perform most of the liver functions and are responsible for the detoxification of exogenous substances, including drug elimination through metabolism and/or biliary excretion processes.
Gadolinium liver-specific contrasts are cleared by glomerular excretion and biliary excretion; using gadoxetic acid, the percentage of elimination is about 50% for each route [19-21], whereas gadobenate dimeglumine is mainly excreted by the kidneys (up to 95%-97%).
The biliary excretion rate and cumulative biliary excretion were calculated by the bile flow and concentration of baicalin or mitoxantrone.
Consequently, biliary obstruction and/or hepatocyte dysfunction would be hypothesised to impair hepatic metabolism and biliary excretion of tacrolimus but not intestinal absorption.
Glutathione binds with xenobiotics and helps in their elimination by biliary excretion. Gregus and Varga (1985) reported increased concentration of hepatic glutathione in rats with mercuric chloride treatment, which was then transported from liver to kidney for excretion.
A number of other transporters facilitate the biliary excretion of specific substances.
The alliance facilitates the availability of the B-CLEAR[R] technology, which can be used to predict the biliary excretion of drugs, evaluate clinically relevant drug interactions, determine the cholestatic potential of drugs, and estimate their intracellular concentration.
Ninety percent of the drug is withdrawn through biliary excretion and only 6% appears unchanged in the urine.
AC can be recurrent and occasionally necessitates liver tissue culture and prolonged rotating courses of broad-spectrum antibiotics with good biliary excretion and minimal hepatotoxicity (e.g.