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lupoid

(ˈluːpɔɪd)
adj
suffering from lupus
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Autoimmune hepatitis (AIH), formerly called lupoid hepatitis, is a chronic, autoimmune disease of the liver that occurs when the body's immune system attacks liver cells causing the liver to be inflamed.
It was first described in the 1950s and has been known throughout the decades by various names, including chronic active hepatitis, chronic aggressive hepatitis, lupoid hepatitis, plasma cell hepatitis, and autoimmune chronic active hepatitis.
Comparison of lesion improvement in lupoid leishmaniasis patients with two treatment approaches: trichloroacetic acid and intralesional meglumine antimoniate.
Mackay, "Generalized cytomegalovirus infection in a patient with lupoid hepatitis," Australasian Annals of Medicine, vol.
Hepatic involvement in lupus is a challenging issue in rheumatology specially difference between lupoid (or autoimmune) hepatitis and overlap SLE with autoimmune liver diseases [10,11].
Lupoid leishmanniasis (LL) is a rare form of cutaneous leishmaniasis (CL) showing a striking resemblance with some other granulomatous skin diseases of inflammatory or infectious origin.
There are several documented acute adverse effects on the lungs reported in the literature including eosinophilic pneumonia, lupoid pneumonia and bronchiolitis8.
Papular lesions may become nodular in the severe forms of rosacea, with appearance of lupoid infiltrate on vitropression.
It might be noted that even the imperial theorists, such as Lupoid of Bebenberg and Conrad of Megenberg (also a moderate papalist), constructed their conceptual models on the "German" core of the Empire, with Italy and Burgundy as the two most important states on the periphery (see Hirschi 2012, Ch.
Amy Lupoid Bair is the author of Raising Digital Families For Dummies, founder of Resourceful Mommy Media, inventor of the Twitter Party, and developer of the Global Influence Network.
Culture results from and affects behaviours and values, and is therefore likely to affect political regimes, the legal system and norms, corporate goals and values, and consequently corporate finance and governance (see Lupoid and Schnyder 2009; Daniel et al.