high liver

high′ liv′er


n.
a person who lives a life of extravagance.
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It is likely enough that the clever Ralph was a high liver, rode spirited horses, and was very decidedly of his own opinion.
But no more; enough has been said to show that the old Dutch whalers of two or three centuries ago were high livers; and that the English whalers have not neglected so excellent an example.
Studies show that high liver fat content is associated with type 2 diabetes, metabolic syndrome, and coronary artery disease.
(2012) found that the elevation of AST and ALT activities are accompanied by high liver microsomal membrane fluidity, free radical generation and alteration in the liver tissue.
Tests showed Cindy had dangerously high liver enzymes and cholesterol, which pointed to a diagnosis of fatty liver - a common illness in parrots.
fatigue, sickness, vomiting, high liver enzymes, dizziness, diarrhea and
The ministry said that the patients who have been treated by this medicine suffered from fatigue, sickness, vomiting, high liver enzymes, dizziness, diarrhoea and constipation.
by ONAA number of side-effects including the fatigue, sickness, vomiting, high liver enzymes, dizziness, diarrhoea and constipation have been observed in the patients.
Keeping in view high liver enzymes and predominantly direct hyper-bilirubinemia viral markers (hepatitis A virus, hepatitis B virus surface antigen, anti-hepatitis C virus, and immunoglobulin M hepatitis E virus) and HIV serology were sent which turned turned out to be negative days later.
Azeredo et al., "Activated lymphocytes and high liver expression of IFN-[gamma] are associated with fulminant hepatic failure in patients," Liver International, vol.
The patient was also evaluated with magnetic resonance elastography (MRE) during liver MRI and very high liver shear stiffness values (mean, 8.5 kPa) were detected (Fig.
In the third cohort of two patients, one had very high liver enzymes and prothrombin time and she died within 24 hours of hospitalisation.