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ICP

(1) (Internet Cache Protocol) A protocol used by one proxy server to query another for a cached Web page without having to go to the Internet to retrieve it. See CARP and proxy server.

(2) (Internet Content Provider) An organization that provides news, reference, audio or video content for its own Web sites and/or for third-party Web sites.
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condition called cholestasis, and leads to liver damage.
This causes bile to build up in the liver, a condition called cholestasis, and leads to liver damage.
Sheehy first categorized sickle cell hepatopathy in 1977 into five clinical syndromes: viral hepatitis, hepatitis crisis, cirrhosis, cholelithiasis with cholecystitis, and intrahepatic cholestasis (SCIC).
This complex process is impaired after partial hepatectomy and results in transient cholestasis with diminished overall bile flow and increased serum bile acid levels (Fukano et al.
This symptom is usually not as severe as in other conditions such as progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis or Alagille syndrome.
gamma]-Glutamyltranspeptidase levels, however, are usually elevated in biliary atresia, (70,71) and normal or low values should prompt evaluation of progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis types I and II, as well as bile acid synthesis disorders.
Liver function tests showed cholestasis (total bilirubin 366 [micro]mmol/l (reference range 3 to 24 [micro]mmol/l), direct bilirubin: 250 [micro]mmol/l (reference range 2 to 7 ummol/l) with raised alkaline phosphatase of 215 unit/l (reference range 43 to 206 unit/l) and raised gamma-glutamyl transferase of 250 unit/l (reference range 3 to 60 unit/l).
Eleanor suffers from a rare form of liver disease, progressive familial intrahepatic cholestasis type 2, and is likely to need a liver transplant before she is 10 years old.
Comparison of different diagnostic methods in infants with cholestasis.
Ali Shaheer Malik, who hails from Pakistan's Lahore city, was suffering from Familial Cholestasis and went into a state of semi-coma.
Fourteen patients showed features of chronic cholestasis indicating overlap syndrome.