hepatomegaly


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hepatomegaly

[‚hep·əd·ō′meg·ə·lē]
(medicine)
Enlargement of the liver.
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Clinical features like splenomegaly were commonly present in CML; hepatomegaly was evenly distributed; lymphadenopathy was seen mostly in CLL.
Patients with HMG-CoA lyase deficiency present with infectionor starvation-induced metabolic acidosis, hypoglycemia, vomiting, hyperammonemia, consciousness, hypotony, convulsions, hepatomegaly, and elevated ALT and AST levels (5, 6).
Subsequently, the patient had no fever, malaise, hepatomegaly, splenomegaly or decreased blood cell counts.
(19) reported hepatomegaly in their patients with MPS IVA, and was reported as an initial and current symptom in the International Morquio A Registry (7).
Keywords: Hemoglobinopathies, Sickle cell anemia, Hepatomegaly.
He also had elevated liver enzymes and lactic acid with hepatomegaly, with no obvious etiology.
Abdominal sonogram showed discrete homogeneous hepatomegaly for the patient's age.
The most common sonographic signs of fetal syphilis (hepatomegaly, ascites, hydrops, fetal anemia, polyhydramnios, and placentomegaly) are associated with a higher risk of treatment failure [10] further with a higher risk of congenital syphilis at delivery [11].
Ultrasound examination showed fluid in the abdominal cavity together with bladder wall thickening (Figure 1), hepatomegaly, and pleural and pericardial effusion.
The clinical features noted were: headache and myalgias 62.5%, chills and rigors 57.5%, retro-orbital pain 42.5%, vomiting 35.0%, pruritus 27%, skin rash 20%, abdominal pain 20%, diarrhoea 10%, bleeding 2.5%, ascites and pleural effusion 2.5%, and hepatomegaly 15%.
Results: About 60% of DHF patients had hepatomegaly compared to 40% of DF patients.