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Synonyms for cirrhosis

a chronic disease interfering with the normal functioning of the liver

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An analysis from the same clinical trial evaluating Maviret as an eight-week, once-daily treatment option for treatment-naive, compensated cirrhotic, GT3 HCV patients is ongoing.
An analysis from the same clinical trial evaluating MAVIRET as an 8-week, once-daily treatment option for treatment-naive, compensated cirrhotic, GT3 HCV patients is ongoing.
It is of interest that cirrhotic patients with HRS at the time of initial dobutamine stress echo had a 25% higher average cardiac output than those without HRS.
SAAG is an excellent biochemical parameter in differentiating ascites due to portal hypertension from other causes of ascites and ascites with high SAAG is indirectly associated with the presence of esophageal varices in cirrhotic patients2,5.
In that era, not only that HCV infected cirrhotic patients who achieved SVR very rarely developed HCC but interferon therapy resulted in an improvement in the degree of fibrosis and even cirrhosis in HCV induced chronic liver disease.10 But the use of interferon therapy was restricted to patients with compensated liver disease only.
In total, 532 cirrhotic patients were screened for study participation, and 173 were excluded from the study; of these, 149 had failures in exclusion criteria, and 24 declined to participate.
The boundaries of the nodules were clear, free from envelopes, and similar to cirrhotic nodules.
Clinically, systolic incompetence is most evident when cirrhotic patients are placed under stress, whether physical or pharmacological or when the extent of peripheral arterial vasodilatation demands an increased cardiac output as in the case of bacterial infections.
The esophageal varices are the most frequent complications of the portal hypertension, occurring on 60% of the cirrhotic patients, associated with hospital mortality of 10-20% [3-5], but these patients have frequently another source of bleeding) [3-5].
Cirrhosis-induced coagulopathy encompasses disturbances in both the procoagulant and anticoagulant systems, rendering compensatory hemostatic mechanisms ineffective in cirrhotic patients.
A recent population-based study showed that, per 2-year interval, cirrhotic patients have 26.4% mortality rate as compared to propensity matched controls who had a mortality rate of 8.4% [3].
It is well known that the development of HE deteriorates the cognitive function in cirrhotic patients and also predisposes to risks such as increased frequency of falls.
Neutrophil infiltration is another pathologic hallmark for alcoholic cirrhotic liver [22].
However, there is also some evidence to support its use in cirrhotic populations.