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Related to hepatic: hepatic artery, hepatic encephalopathy, hepatic cyst, hepatic function panel, Hepatic steatosis, Hepatic failure

hepatic

1. of or relating to the liver
2. Botany of or relating to the liverworts
3. having the colour of liver
4. Obsolete any of various drugs for use in treating diseases of the liver
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3) revealed expansion of the large subcapsular hepatic fluid collection--still considered a hematoma, and a large, partially-loculated right pleural effusion.
Early AEs often expected with percutaneous hepatic perfusion (PHP) were observed including coagulopathy, electrolyte disturbances and transient transaminases (elevated liver enzymes).
Hepatic infarction is uncommon due to the dual blood supply from the hepatic artery and portal vein as well as extensive collateral vessels.
1) Hypoalbuminemia: Blood albumin levels decrease as hepatic cirrhosis progresses.
Sonographic findings include irregularly shaped regions of heterogeneous echoes, both regions of hyper- and hypoechogenicity within the hepatic parenchyma without intrinsic blood flow.
Reports of hepatic failure were unexpected, and should be investigated to provide insight into a possible causal association, he said.
The HepatiC initiative in Spain will facilitate the creation of a national HCV patient Registry and Database", stated Pr Esteban, Head of the Internal Medicine and Hepatology Department, Hospital Vall d'Hebron in Barcelona.
Hepatic ultrasonograph on the second day after admission showed totally reversed direction of portal venous blood flow away from the liver (Figure, panel A), becoming bidirectional on the following day and, finally, reverting to normal direction (although with low velocity) 3 days later (Figure, panel B).
Intrahepatic portosystemic shunts are usually discovered incidentally, or on presentation of complications such as hepatic encephalopathy.
Their prevalence of hepatic steatosis as defined by greater than 5.
There have been a small number of reported cases showing isolated reversible coagulopathy without overt hepatic injury in patients on niacin, both sustained and immediate release.