Hepatic Definition

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1. A 35-year-old male patient was treated with a hemicolectomy and surgical resection of the hepatic adenosquamous carcinoma. 1
2. A 42-year-old Chinese male was found to have a cystic lesion of 3 cm over posterior segment of right hepatic lobe one year ago and presented with fever and hepatomegaly on this admission. 1
3. A heavy infection with F. hepatica may be associated with roughened hair coats. 1
4. A nine-year-old girl who developed life threatening hemobilia after blunt abdominal trauma was successfully managed by embolization of the hepatic artery aneurysm. 1
5. A proximal hepaticojejunostomy with a Roux-en Y loop reconstruction was performed and the patient was discharged after three weeks. 1
6. A relation between liver failure and interferon alfa seems probable in the patients who did not have hepatic decompensation before treatment. 1
7. A relation between liver failure and interferon alfa seems probable in the patients who did not have hepatic decompensation before treatment. This website 1
8. A retrospective analysis is made based on clinical features, lab tests, chest CT scans, time of negative-cultured sputa, hepatic impairment and the absorption of chest CT after the treatment. 1
9. Accordingly, doctors should research non-cellulotoxic anticancer drugs to inhibit the proliferation of malignant cell and elevate the survival rate and quality of life of hepatic carcinoma patients. 1
10. Activation of hepatic stellate cell ( HSC ) has become the cellular basis for hepatic fibrogenesis. 2
11. Acute and subacute hepatic necrosis more than complicates hepatitis in the elderly. 1
12. Acute hepatic injury induced by thioacetamide. 1
13. Acute liver failure leads to hepatic encephalopathy. 1
14. Acute liver failure leads to hepatic encephalopathy.Sentence dictionary 1
15. After using drugs, the hepatic mitochondrion and rough EM proliferated; hepatic stellate cells and collagenous fibers reduced obviously. 2
16. Age - related alteration in hepatic acyl - CoA: cholesterol acyltransferase and its relation to LDL receptor and MAPK. 1
17. Aim : To study the function of Eupolyphaga Seu Steleophaga treating hepatic fibrosis. 1
18. AIM The effect of bifico on experimental hepatic encephalopathy (HE and the possible mechanism of its protective effect were studied. 1
19. Aim To examine the updated diagnostic and treatment strategies for hepatic encephalopathy. 1
20. AIM: To explore the effect of endothelin in renal insufficiency in acute hepatic failure. 1
21. AIM: To observe the effect of praziquantel cyclosporin A combination on murine schistosomal hepatic fibrosis. 1
22. AIM: To study the histological changes of hepatic fibrosis induced by diet iron overload in SD rats. 1
23. AIM:To explore the protective effect of pyrrolidine dithiocarbamate(PDTC caused by hepatic ischemia reperfusion(HIR) in rats and i ts mechanism of action. 1
24. All four patients with complete bile duct transection were treated with a proximal hepaticojejunostomy with Roux-en-Y jejunal loop. 1
25. All hepatic veins converged into inferior vena caval (IVC. 1
26. All patients but one had an increased hepatic venous pressure gradient. 1
27. All patients were treated for six months and investigated the changes of liver function, HBV-M, HBV DNA and the diameter of hepatic portal vein, spleen vein and spleen width. 1
28. Although liver transplantation was imminent in 3 patients, a gluten-free diet improved hepatic function in all 4 patients. 1
29. And the scarring spread to the area around the right hepatic vein. 1
30. Animal models were used whose livers were chemically and immunologically damaged to study the hepatoprotective effect of Trans-Resveratrol as well as its hepatic transaminase lowering capability. 1
 

Hepatic

[həˈpadik]

ADJECTIVE

hepatics (plural noun)

  - relating to the liver.

NOUN
botany

  - less common term for liverwort.

Synonyms

List of Prefixes

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Afro-
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Amphi-
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Anglo-
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Arch-
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Auto-
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List of Suffixes

-Acy
-Al
-Ance
-Ence
-Dom
-Er
-Or
-Ism
-Ist
-Ity
-Ty
-Ment
-Ness
-Ship
-Sion
-Tion
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