lipidosis


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lipidosis

[‚lip·ə′dō·səs]
(medicine)
The generalized deposition of fat or fatty substances in reticuloendothelial cells. Also known as lipoidosis.
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Por su parte, otros autores reportaron que la suplementacion con 15 g/d de colina protegida de la degradacion ruminal (60g/d Reashure[R]) fue efectiva para prevenir la lipidosis inducida por restriccion alimenticia (Cooke et al.
The main alternative diagnostic consideration is iatrogenic renal lipidosis, which has ultrastructural morphologic features not distinguishable from Fabry myelin bodies.
Cellular lipidosis was stimulated by incubation of cultured primary aortic cells with atherogenic serum obtained from patients with assessed atherosclerosis.
El manejo de la lipidosis hepatica causada por la acumulacion de bilirrubina y por la propia hepatitis causada por la acumulacion de complejos inmunes se basa fundamentalmente en la dieta, pero hay pocas descripciones de uso de farmacos excepto el manejo con silimarina.
Decreased Insulin Response in Dairy Cows Following a Four-Day Fast to Induce Hepatic Lipidosis. J Dairy Sci.
On the other hand, lipidosis in the liver was observed after four daily doses of 10 mg/kg with mean [C.sub.max] = 1.9 [micro]M and AUC = 17.5 [micro]M (Table 5), indicating no separation of hepatotoxicity from the A[beta]1-42 lowering exposure benchmarks.
A major argument against the oxidative modification of LDL as a cause of cellular lipidosis in the organism is the fact that oxidized LDL was not detected in the blood.
Chickens fed a diet with 0.1% free gossypol for 21 days had increased plasma gamma glutamyltransferase activity and liver lipidosis [44].
Drug-induced lipidosis and vortex keratopathy is produced by amphiphilic medications such as amiodarone, chloroquine, suramin, clofazimine, etc16.
Lipidosis, Aleutian mink disease virus, and catarrhal enteritis also were diagnosed in the mink (online Technical Appendix Table).
House et al., "Trans-10, cis-12-conjugated linoleic acid alters hepatic gene expression in a polygenic obese line of mice displaying hepatic lipidosis," Journal of Nutritional Biochemistry, vol.
A liver disease called hepatic lipidosis, which is marked by the collection of fat within the organ, may occur in dogs but is far more common in cats.