fatty infiltration


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fatty infiltration

[′fad·ē ‚in·fil′trā·shən]
(physiology)
Infiltration of an organ or tissue with excessive amounts of fats.
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The tMRI revealed fatty infiltration in 22 patients and edema in 11 patients [Figure 2]a and [Figure 2]b.
The purpose of this study is to see if there is a discrepancy between the characterization of fatty infiltration in the setting of a large or massive rotator cuff tear on sagittal and coronal images using the Goutallier classification.
Written informed consent was taken from all patients and each patient underwent detailed history physical examination complete blood count (CBC) LFTs fasting lipids glucose and ultrasound of abdomen to grade fatty infiltration of liver.
The histopathological changes observed in the present study were glycogen vacuolation hemorrhage fatty infiltration hepatic necrosis and congestion (Fig.
Since volume atrophy and fatty infiltration occur highly asymmetrically--especially in the supraspinatus due to the disproportionate biomechanical changes when anterior tendon fibers are torn--both qualifiers should always be evaluated and mentioned.
Prevalence and indicators of postpartum fatty infiltration of the liver in nine commercial dairy herds in the Netherlands.
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) (sin: Liver steatosis, Hepatic steatosis, Fatty infiltration of the liver, Fatty liver) is an independent disease or a syndrome caused by a fatty infiltration of hepatic cells.
Liver biopsies were performed percutaneously under ultrasound guidance, or laparoscopically during cholecystectomy for patients with ultrasonographic evidence of steatosis, on patients older than 45 years with fatty infiltration on ultrasound and/or who had persistently abnormal liver function and/or hepatomegaly.
Diagnosis of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: The diagnosis of NAFLD requires evidence of fatty infiltration of the liver in the absence of excessive alcohol consumption and of other secondary causes of chronic liver disease.
Ultrasound is the least informative imaging method; however, fatty infiltration does cause the liver to light up on ultrasound and the attenuation can be compared with the spleen, Dr.
Diffuse focal and overall fatty infiltration, (24) with focal fatty sparing (ie, a spherical hypoechoic area in an otherwise echogenic liver) and poor visualization of the portal and hepatic veins.