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a small canal or duct as in some bones and parts of plants

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Tender hepatomegaly, the preponderance of an elevation of the canalicular enzymes, the absence of jaundice, maintained synthetic liver function and TB-IRIS features in other organ systems may suggest TB-IRIS rather than DILI.
BSEP and MRP2 are major transporters in the canalicular bile salt export pump and its conjugate.
Tender hepatomegaly, the preponderance of an elevation in the canalicular enzymes, the absence of jaundice, maintained synthetic liver function and IRIS features in another organ system (e.
Osteocytes also maintain connections to other osteocytes, the BRU and the bone surface by means of a wide canalicular network.
26) Increased osteocyte apoptosis with glucocorticoid therapy causes disruption of the canalicular system resulting in the failure to detect microcrack signaling and subsequent repair.
The liver biopsy revealed giant cell formation with canalicular and hepatocellular cholestasis, without any evidence of CMV involvement.
Cholestatic jaundice is caused due to the injury to canalicular membrane and transporters (William, 2003).
The baby will then progress into the Fetal period that includes lung tissue development in the Pseudoglandular Stage from six weeks to 16 weeks, the Canalicular stage from 16 weeks to 26 weeks, and the Terminal saccular stage from 26 weeks to the infant's birth at 38 to 40 weeks of normal gestation.
La hiperplasia de la mucosa canalicular y los propios parasitos generan obstruccion de conductos biliares e ictericia (Figura 1).
Microvilli from parenchymal cells often completely occlude the canalicular lumen.
They contain RNA, mitochondria, a canalicular system, and several different types of granules; lysosomes, dense granules (containing ADP, ATP, serotonin, histamine, and calcium), and alpha granules (containing fibrinogen, factor V, vitronectin, thrombospondin and von Willebrand factor), the contents of which are released upon activation of the platelet.
At 20 weeks, the fetal lung development passes through the canalicular period (16 to 24 weeks).
Because there is good agreement between increases in ALP of liver origin and increases in the activity of other canalicular enzymes such as GGT, measurement of GGT activity is a good indication of a liver source, but does not rule out coexisting bone disease (57).
Outflow dysfunction (obstructive) due to nasolacrimal duct, punctal, or rarely, canalicular stenosis