hepatorenal


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Related to hepatorenal: hepatorenal recess, Hepatorenal pouch
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hep·a·to·re·nal

a. hepatorrenal, rel. a los riñones y el hígado.

hepatorenal

adj hepatorrenal
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A radiological investigation of the hepatorenal space: The importance of the ventral decubitus for safer percutaneous right renal access.
The disease is characterized by the abrupt onset of a febrile illness usually 2-7 d (range 2-14) after exposure to the virus and by subsequent severe changes in mental status, hemorrhagic manifestations, and hepatorenal failure (1,4).
19] The use of certain isihlambezo ingredients has been associated with detrimental pregnancy outcomes such as death due to hepatorenal failure, low birth weight, meconium staining of amniotic fluid and fetal distress.
A post-mortem examination concluded that she had died of hepatorenal syndrome as a result of liver damage.
c) Causes of AKI were ischemia (24%), cardiac surgery (13%), nephrotoxins (6%), sepsis (44%), volume depletion (3%), pancreatitis (1%), hepatorenal syndrome (1%), catastrophic antiphosolipid syndrome (1%), and multifactorial (7%).
Multiple hepatorenal angiomyolipomas: Diagnosis with fat suppression, gadolinium-enhanced MRI.
Las principales etiologias de la insuficiencia renal cronica de nuestros pacientes fueron la hipertension (33%), diabetes melitus (26%), pielonefritis cronica (17%), poliquistosis hepatorenal (9%), patologia glomerular (9%) y enfermedad renal no filiada (6%).
Variceal hemorrhage, hepatorenal syndrome and hepatopulmonary syndrome may develop in this syndorme (10).
Subjects were excluded if they had any known disease or disorder including: metabolic disorders, heart/cardiopulmonary diseases, diabetes, thyroid disease, hypogonadism, hepatorenal disease, musculoskeletal disorders, neuromuscular/neurological diseases, autoimmune diseases, cancer, peptic ulcers, or anemia.
Not included in this series are those cases where encephalopathy may be secondary to failure of other organs such as hepatorenal failure in tyrosinaemia type 1 and galactosaemia, adrenal failure in adrenoleukodystrophy (X-ALD) or hypoglycaemia in glycogen storage disease type 1.