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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Cirrhosis can lead to various complications which include portal hypertension, gastroesophageal varices, ascites and hepatorenal syndrome, these complications are well recognized and thoroughly studied.
Of 4 known criteria [hepatorenal echo contrast, liver brightness, deep attenuation, and vascular blurring (22)], a diagnosis of fatty liver required the participant to have hepatorenal contrast and liver brightness.
Williams first used the MARS device 2 years ago in a patient with severe acute alcoholic hepatitis and hepatorenal syndrome, a condition associated with high mortality.
Patient selection: From January 1, 2002 to December 31, 2007, patients with NSCLC who underwent surgery were selected according to the following standards: 1) age less than 70 years; 2) PS 0 to 2; 3) expected survival longer than six months; 4) no chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or molecular targeted therapy before surgery; 5) operation method was pulmonary lobectomy or pneumonectomy plus lymphadenectomy; 6) pathological type was NSCLC; 7) postoperative pathological stage for TNM was II to III; 8) respiratory condition after surgery should be normal or only slight dyspnoea after minor activity; 9) patients were normal in blood routine test, hepatorenal function, and electrocardiogram (ECG); and 10) willing to undergo a follow-up study.
Since herbal products and many plants are commonly used in the treatment of various illnesses around the world adverse effects such as hepatotoxicity hepatorenal syndrome or death are observed.
Accumulation of succinylacetone (SA) [5] is generally considered to be pathognomonic for hepatorenal tyrosinemia (HT; MIM 276700), a rare autosomal recessive metabolic disorder characterized by life-threatening progressive liver and kidney dysfunction and hepatocellular cancer.
Ikaria also acquired the North American rights to terlipressin, which currently is under review by the FDA for the treatment of hepatorenal syndrome Type 1.
Associated ramifications can range from post-operative wound infection, abscess, enterobiliary fistulae formation, bile leak to bile peritonitis, pleural effusion and hepatorenal failure.
The exclusion criteria were 1) onset of STEMI greater than 12 h, 2) patients were suspected with aortic dissection, 3) remedial PCI after thrombolysis treatment, and 4) severe hepatorenal dysfunction.
Decompensated liver cirrhosis, final or end-stage liver disease, is characterised by the presence of either one or more of ascites, hepatorenal syndrome, variceal haemorrhage and hepatic encephalopathy.
The third stage (48-96 h after ingestion) can occur suddenly, with hepatorenal syndrome, a severe oliguria or anuria, and a severe hepatic necrosis with encephalopathy.
5 Ascites, spontaneous bacterial peritonitis, hyponatraemia and hepatorenal failure