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Chronic liver disease

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Chronic liver disease in the clinical context is a disease process of the liver that involves a process of progressive destruction and regeneration of the liver parenchyma leading to fibrosis and ci...

What is parenchymal liver disease? | Reference.com

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Parenchymal liver disease affects the actual liver cells directly instead of those of supporting tissue, such as the bile ducts. According to Dictionary.com, the word ...

What is hepatic parenchymal disease? | Reference.com

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Hepatic parenchymal disease is damage to the functional cells of the liver, according to HealthTap. Liver diseases can be divided into those affecting the biliary ...

What Is the Liver Parenchyma? (with pictures)

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The liver parenchyma is the part of the liver that filters blood to remove toxins. It's made up of hepatocytes, which grow in...

Fatty change liver - Medical Dictionary - The Free Dictionary

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Looking for online definition of Fatty change liver in the Medical Dictionary? ... damage to the liver parenchyma causing some degree of hepatic insufficiency.

Parenchymal liver disease in the elderly -- JAMES 41 (4): 430 -- Gut

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Until recently, the subject of parenchymal liver disease presenting in elderly patients had received little specific attention. Many studies have examined changes ...

Fatty Liver | The Everett Clinic

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Patient Information on Fatty LiverBy David E. Johnson, MD What is Fatty Liver? Fatty liver (steatosis of the liver) is one of the most common reasons people have  ...

Sonography of Diffuse Liver Disease

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Sep 1, 2002 ... Increased parenchymal echogenicity is a reliable criterion for diagnosing fatty liver. Cirrhosis can be diagnosed in the correct clinical setting ...

What's a liver parenchymal echotexture mean? - Quora

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When an ultrasound is done, sound waves are bounced off organs and turned into an image. ... If we see that, we know the person is at risk for liver failure from the underlying alcohol damage or accumulation of fat in the liver, like they're ...

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May 18, 2012 ... normal vs chronic liver parenchymal disease ... Diet in Liver disease (Fatty liver, Liver cirrhosis, Hepatomegaly, Jaundice & Hepatitis) ...
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What is the parenchyma of the liver? | Reference.com

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MedicineNet defines parenchyma as the functional tissues of an organ in contrast ... According to Colorado State University, the functional portions of the liver are.

Imaging of abdominal parenchymal organs - Introduction

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LIVER. - Normal anatomy and variations. The liver is the biggest human abdominal parenchymal organ. It weights between 1500 and 1600 gramms in case of ...

Nodular lesions of liver parenchyma caused by pathological - NCBI

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Pathologe. 2006 Jul;27(4):273-83. [Nodular lesions of liver parenchyma caused by pathological vascularisation/perfusion]. [Article in German]. Fischer HP(1) ...