hepatogenous


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hepatogenous

(ˌhɛpəˈtɒdʒɪnəs)
adj
(Medicine) originating in the liver
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(26) investigated the role of IR in the case of hepatogenous diabetes and demonstrated a significant link between IR and episodes of variceal hemorrhage in that kind of patients.
Egberts, "Clinical implications of hepatogenous diabetes in liver cirrhosis," Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, vol.
The main reason for the pathogenesis of "hepatogenous diabetes" is especially IR associated with impaired insulin secretion and sensitivity.
Wilkins, "Metabolism of diosgenin-derived saponins: implications for hepatogenous photosensitization diseases in ruminants," Animal Feed Science and Technology, vol.
Cirrhosis complications may also cause DM, leading to hepatogenous diabetes (HD) [69].
Hepatogenous photosensitization of ruminants by Brachiaria decumbens and Panicum dichotomiflorum in the absence of sporidesmin: lithogenic saponis may be responsible.
[115.] Holstein A, Hinze S, Thiessen E, Plaschke A, Egberts EH (2002) Clinical implications of hepatogenous diabetes in liver cirrhosis.
Diabetes appears as a complication of cirrhosis, being known as "hepatogenous diabetes", although the term is not acknowledged by the American Diabetes Association and the World Health Organization as a distinct entity [6].
(2010) in buffaloes with hepatogenous photosensitization associated with liver copper accumulation.
Glucose intolerance occurs frequently in patients with liver cirrhosis as it was shown in 23% of patients according to a study.2 Several investigators have claimed an association between diabetes and hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection.3 In most cases, diabetes seems to follow cirrhosis and is called hepatogenous diabetes.