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Synonyms for hepatic

any of numerous small green nonvascular plants of the class Hepaticopsida growing in wet places and resembling green seaweeds or leafy mosses

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This study aims to investigate whether GSH inhibits the hepatic injury during pSS.
ZINBRYTA prescribing information includes a boxed warning for a risk of hepatic injury and immune-mediated disorders.
For patients recovering from hepatic injury or with liver dysfunction, close monitoring of liver function tests and appropriate dosing of potentially hepatotoxic agents are warranted.
Whilst some of the minor injuries can be incidental findings during investigation patients with major hepatic injury may present with clinical shock and abdominal distension requiring rapid resuscitation and immediate surgery.
The protective effects of propolis on hepatic injury and its mechanism.
The time point chosen in this work was based upon the known onset of the maximum hepatic injury induced by APAP-intoxication [13,23].
Animals received metformin showed highly significant increase in GPT and significant decrease in ALP, although it has been reported in several studies that metformin help to attenuate the liver damage induce by certain other chemical [28] but can rarely cause hepatic injury which may be associated with prolong use of the drug [29].
In 1989 Organ Injury Scaling Committee of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) introduced a Hepatic Injury Scale which was revised in 1994 and is currently regarded as the standard by which hepatic injuries are described in most major trauma centres6,7.
Hepatic injury is believed responsible for the most fatalities in which abdominal trauma is the primary cause of death.
In summary, impaired regional perfusion in the liver after liver transplantation and hepatic injury can be diagnosed with CEUS at the bedside.
The injection is a generic equivalent of Cumberland Pharmaceuticals' Acetadote injection and is used as an antidote to prevent or lessen hepatic injury that occurs following the ingestion of a potentially hepatotoxic quantity of acetaminophen.
There have been a small number of reported cases showing isolated reversible coagulopathy without overt hepatic injury in patients on niacin, both sustained and immediate release.
Rotman said, will develop nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a more serious, related condition in which fat accumulation is accompanied by hepatic injury that can progress to liver cirrhosis.
Rotman said, will develop nonalcoholic steato-hepatitis (NASH), a more serious, related condition in which fat accumulation is accompanied by hepatic injury that can progress to liver cirrhosis.
5,7,9,10) The serum activities of ALT, AST, and LDH peak within the first 24 hours after hepatic injury and decrease rapidly 4 days after injury.