fulminant


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While the JDS has published diagnostic criteria for fulminant and acute T1DM, work on the criteria for slowly progressive T1DM is in progress.
Again, she came to our hospital with worsening of liver function and was diagnosed to have fulminant hepatic failure with a non-viable intrauterine fetus.
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Thus, for those who recover, we assume a normal distribution with a mean of 18 (SD 3) treatment days from the date of transition to the fulminant stage of illness or from the sixth day of prodromal illness for patients whose illness does not progress to the fulminant stage.
AHLE is a rare demyelinating disease characterized by an acute rapidly progressive fulminant inflammation of the white matter.
Early indicators of prognosis in fulminant hepatic failure.
KEY WORDS: Hepatitis, Fulminant hepatic failure, HCV.
22 Mortality occurred exclusively in those cases which were complicated by acute fulminant hepatic failure.
It can be acute and chronic but fulminant form has greater mortality.
Fulminant hepatic failure secondary to HEV infection is common in pregnancy and is associated with a mortality of up to 20-25%10.
Although, infection with hepatitis-E virus is self-limiting, nevertheless some of the patients may develop fulminant hepatitis [1].
Unlike GSK and DARPA, Endonovo is developing non-implantable bioelectronic devices that use a Time-Varying Electromagnetic Field (TVEMF) to induce an electrical field/signal in a targeted tissue to treat multiple inflammatory conditions and diseases, including fulminant liver failure, acute kidney injury, and acute myocardial infarction.
Several hours later, after the mother was found to have fulminant preeclampsia, the ObGyn demanded the patient be moved to the hospital's internal medicine (IM) service.