hepatogenous


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hepatogenous

(ˌhɛpəˈtɒdʒɪnəs)
adj
(Medicine) originating in the liver
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Hepatogenous photosensitization of ruminants by Brachiaria decumbens and Panicum dichotomiflorum in the absence of sporidesmin: lithogenic saponis may be responsible.
Holstein A, Hinze S, Thiessen E, Plaschke A, Egberts EH (2002) Clinical implications of hepatogenous diabetes in liver cirrhosis.
Hepatogenous photosensitization in Akkaraman lambs: special emphasis to oxidative stress and thrombocytopenia.
At the same time, hepatogenous diabetes can be considered as an indicator of the worsening of the hepatic dysfunction [11].
2010) in buffaloes with hepatogenous photosensitization associated with liver copper accumulation.
3 In most cases, diabetes seems to follow cirrhosis and is called hepatogenous diabetes.
4,6) Hepatogenous (type III) photosensitization can occur secondary to inherited hepatic defects, biliary obstruction, or as a result of hepatic injury from a variety of sources.