insemination

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insemination

[in‚sem·ə′nā·shən]
(biology)
The planting of seed.
(physiology)
The introduction of sperm into the vagina.
Impregnation.
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Sharing this information regarding challenges of the children's lived experiences could inform health care providers and pediatric kidney failure advocacy groups with more detailed information that could elicit increased empathy from providers and advocates, as well as lend credence to AIH programming and the use of artists as part of an interprofessional approach to promoting optimal patient care and functioning.
The workup for AIH is multimodal and aims to rule out other etiologies such as congestive hepatopathy, iron overload, viral hepatitis, as well as other autoimmune liver diseases.
Apesar da orientacao do Ministerio da Saude para que AIHs subsequentes na mesma internacao recebam numeracao igual, muitas vezes a numeracao registrada e diferente, o que dificulta a integracao das informacoes.
Drug-induced liver injury (DILI) may cause autoantibody production and the clinical and histological features that mimic AIH. The severity of symptoms depends on the dosage and amount of time the patient was exposed to the drug.
The primary effectiveness assessment was biochemical remission of AIH features (normalization of transaminases and IgG after starting therapy, as determined using existing guidelines).
Liver biopsy via the transjugular route (TJLB) was selected to confirm the diagnosis of AIH to avoid the risk of hemorrhage after percutaneous liver biopsy (PLB) in a patient with severe thrombocytopenia.
This study explored the functions of L-THP in ConA-induced AIH and its underlying mechanisms of action.
AIH due to viral pathogenesis have been debated and several proposed theories have emerged.
In addition, the role of TGF-[beta]1 in the pathogenesis of acute AIH has also been confirmed; the mice's lack of TGF-[beta]1 gene on T cells exhibited more susceptibility to experimental autoimmune liver disease.
The classical example of this differential diagnosis dilemma is AIH and CTDs associated hepatitis, both of which have autoimmune symptoms.
A liver biopsy on day 6 showed severe interface hepatitis with a mixed inflammatory infiltrates consistent with severe AIH (Figure 1).
Although AIH diagnosis was not supported by the liver histology, and the scoring for AIH of the International Autoimmune Hepatitis Group was below 10 (probable diagnosis for scores 10-15; and definitive diagnosis for scores > 15) [11], with a low dose of prednisolone, patient improved and remained asymptomatic, proving to be beneficial and allowing tuberculosis treatment.