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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Gastrointestinal, hepatorenal, and neuromuscular toxicity caused by cyclosporinecolchicine interaction in renal transplantation.
Cystatin levels, but not creatinine, are associated in cirrhotic patients with development of AKI and mortality over a 3-6-month period [19] and the onset of hepatorenal syndrome and mortality at one year [27].
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%).
creatinine >1.5 mg/dl was found in 32 % of patients out of which 8 % of patients had hepatorenal syndrome.
Septicemia documented in four cases, four patients showed acute renal failure and six patients showed multi organ failure including hepatorenal shutdown, respiratory failure and bleeding phenomena.
Ikaria, Inc., Hampton, VA and Melbourne, Australia, announced Lucassin (terlipressin) has been approved by the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) of Australia for the treatment of Hepatorenal Syndrome Type 1 (HRS 1) in patients who are actively being considered for a liver transplant.
Therefore, advanced immunosupresion and hepatorenal failure may have been predisposing factors for IE, which lead to his death.
Ascites, hyponatremia and hepatorenal syndrome; progress in treatment.
The causes are multifactorial and can range in severity from mild impairment to hepatorenal syndrome (Ahmed & Keeffe, 2006).
Tyrosinemia type I (hepatorenal tyrosinemia) is a good candidate for newborn screening (NBS) [3] because its untreated acute form results in death from liver failure during the first year of life (1).