She also referred to fulminant hepatic failure
and pregnancy, HELLP syndrome.
Although HSV-associated hepatic failure
during pregnancy is life-threatening, timely diagnosis and early management with antiviral therapy is found to be life-saving.
The complications were cerebral malaria, hepatic failure
, renal failure, bleeding, and thrombocytopenia (Table 3).
Case Report: Fulminant hepatic failure
involving duloxetine hydrochloride.
The disease is the consequence of obesity, diabetes, or excessive alcohol intake and can lead to non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), cirrhosis, liver cancer and even hepatic failure
sup],, Liver transplantation is often the most suitable option for patients who experience hepatic failure
and clinical deterioration as a result of the development of large cysts; however, it could only be performed in a limited number of patients because of the lack of donors and high costs.
Approximately, two to four days after mushroom consumption, severely poisoned patients develop hepatic failure
, often complicated by acute renal failure.
Presentations vary from the incidental discovery of hepatic abnormalities in asymptomatic patients to the onset of fulminant hepatic failure
with rapid progression of encephalopathy to coma and death.
The child developed irreversible fulminant hepatic failure
and required mechanical ventilation because of hepatic encephalopathy.
Patients with renal failure, hepatic failure
, severe infection, history of allergy to silymarin of previous radiotherapy, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory use were excluded from the study.
A solution of acid 8% for patients with hepatic failure
Similarly fulminant hepatic failure
was seen in 12(7.