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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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WFBV was first isolated from common eiders with hepatic necrosis in 2006, when it was isolated from liver homogenate inoculated onto Muscovy duck embryonic fibroblasts (7) and propagated in embryonating chicken eggs.
Researchers analyzed registry data for 2,408 adults who underwent urgent liver transplantation for acute hepatic necrosis between 2003 and 2015, 625 of whom were recorded as having drug-induced liver injury.
The study showed acetaminophen-induced hepatotoxicity in rats as manifested by histological and functional changes; total loss of hepatic architecture with centrilobular hepatic necrosis, fatty changes, vacuolisation, loss of cell boundaries and elevation in levels of AST and ALT.
Sections showed pronounced hepatic steatosis and focal hepatic necrosis associated with abundant mononuclear inflammatory cells infiltration.
Doses above 10 grams cause to hepatotoxicity in adults, whereas doses above 300 mg/kg may lead to severe poisoning and hepatic necrosis in children.
1 Fever vomiting abdomen pain###(Missed)Massive hepatic necrosis
Acute hepatitis C (HCV) infection has been identified as an important cause of fulminant hepatic failure (FHF), characterized by rapid deterioration of liver function from massive hepatic necrosis leading to encephalopathy and multi-organ failure.
Acetaminophen-induced hepatic necrosis, I: role of drug metabolism.
Renal tubular necrosis and hepatic necrosis may occur.
The morphological alterations in liver involved glycogen vacuolation hemorrhage vacuolation congestion fatty infiltration and hepatic necrosis.
In the present study, proper diagnosis and management of a dog suffering from focal hepatic necrosis associated with diabetes mellitus was made using synergy of appropriate complementary examinations (including imaging and clinical pathology) and proper treatment.

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