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18] Caudate Lobe undergoes compensatory hypertrophy while rest of the liver shrinks as reported by many studies.
However, the functional consequences of focal hepatic atrophy are minor because the remaining liver can adapt by compensatory hypertrophy, a process that involves replication and enlargement of hepatocytes (STALKER & HAYES, 2007).
In addition to its vasoconstrictor actions, ET-1 plays a critical role in the functional deterioration of left ventricles during the transition from compensatory hypertrophy to CHF (Iwanaga et al.
This project will add new, significant information on the regulation of gene expression in compensatory hypertrophy after stress and on the pathophysiology of myocardial hypertrophy and failure.
Compensatory hypertrophy of the inferior turbinate is frequently seen when there is significant shifting of the nasal septum to the opposite side of the nose; compensatory hypertrophy of a middle turbinate, however, is less common.
US scan showed a compensatory hypertrophy in the area of muscle insertion due to the increase in masseter muscle size and tension.
Only the head and uncinate process comprised the entire pancreas, which were normal in size and consistency with no evidence of any compensatory hypertrophy, enlargement or findings suggestive of acute or chronic pancreatitis.
Simple" is defined as unilateral dysplasia with a normal contralateral kidney with compensatory hypertrophy and no associated genitourinary anomalies detected by ultrasound or physical examination.