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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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The hepatic sinusoids appeared also of normal appearance with mild congestion was seen in some animals.
Fine structure of hepatic sinusoids and their development in human embryos and fetuses.
and hepatocytes ([right arrow]); (b) liver tissue of diabetic rats (STZ) showing hepatocyte vacuolization and fatty changes (red arrow), necrosis (green arrow), dilation of hepatic sinusoids ([?
This transformation represents a significant pathology known as the capillarization of hepatic sinusoids [7], which can be observed in alcoholic liver disease, primary biliary cirrhosis, and autoimmune hepatitis [8-10], as well as experimental hepatic cirrhosis in rats [4, 11, 12].
Dilatation and congestion of hepatic sinusoids became evident in the in the liver of ROSU-treated rats (Fig.
Defenestration of the hepatic sinusoids as a cause of hyperlipoproteinaemia in alcoholics.
The proximal right vitelline vein gives rise to the hepatic sinusoids that derives the hepatic segment.
Bovine liver telangiectasis, a focal dilation and congestion of a group of hepatic sinusoids, is the most common liver lesion in cattle from different countries of the world [3,5,11,16,20,23,24,28].
Histopathology revealed severe fibrinonecrotic enteritis associated with large numbers of gram-negative bacteria, multifocal fibrinoid necrosis in portal arteries, accumulation of fibrin in hepatic sinusoids, myocardial degeneration, and necrosis.