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1969 155
1970 181
1971 186
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1973 181
1974 220
1975 184
1976 125
1977 126
1978 126
1979 147
1980 138
1981 112
1982 128
1983 128
1984 115
1985 162
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1987 129
1988 145
1989 164
1990 146
1991 166
1992 145
1993 154
1994 179
1995 190
1996 168
1997 176
1998 181
1999 169
2000 184
2001 192
2002 191
2003 197
2004 215
2005 226
2006 196
2007 266
2008 231
2009 251
2010 309
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Hepatocyte polyploidization and its association with pathophysiological processes
Wang MJ, et al. Cell Death Dis 2017 - Review. PMID 28518148 Free PMC article.
Here we review the current knowledge on the mechanism of hepatocytes polyploidization during postnatal growth, aging, and liver diseases. The biologic significance of polyploidization in senescent reversal, within the context of new ways to think of liver aging and liver diseases is considered....
Here we review the current knowledge on the mechanism of hepatocytes polyploidization during postnatal growth, aging, and liver disea …
Hepatic manifestations of inflammatory bowel diseases
Restellini S, et al. Liver Int 2017 - Review. PMID 27712010
The prevalence of liver dysfunction rises from 3% to 50% accordingly to definitions used in different studies. Fatty liver is considered as the most common hepatobiliary complication in inflammatory bowel diseases while primary sclerosing cholangitis is the most specific one. ...Treatments of inflammatory bowel diseases may cause liver toxicity, although incidence of serious complications remains low. ...
The prevalence of liver dysfunction rises from 3% to 50% accordingly to definitions used in different studies. Fatty liver is …
Liver progenitor cells-mediated liver regeneration in liver cirrhosis.
Shang H, et al. Hepatol Int 2016 - Review. PMID 26742763
Here, we summarize and discuss recent findings on the mechanisms underlying LPCs-mediated regeneration in liver cirrhosis. Firstly, we provide recent research on the mechanism underlying LPCs activation in severe or chronic liver injury. Secondly, we present new and exciting data on exploring the origin of LPCs, which reveal that the hepatocytes give rise to duct-like progenitors that then differentiate back into hepatocytes in chronic liver injury or liver cirrhosis. ...
Here, we summarize and discuss recent findings on the mechanisms underlying LPCs-mediated regeneration in liver cirrhosis. Firstly, w …
Hepatobiliary Manifestations in Systemic Disease
Runde J and Azzam RK. Pediatr Ann 2018 - Review. PMID 30423189
Liver disease in children occurs via a multitude of primary illnesses such as autoimmune hepatopathy, biliary atresia, and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. ...This article reviews common causes of liver injury as well as highlights key associations that should not be missed when diagnosing and managing children with liver disease. ...
Liver disease in children occurs via a multitude of primary illnesses such as autoimmune hepatopathy, biliary atresia, and nonalcohol
The Liver in Systemic Disease.
Herrera JL. Clin Liver Dis 2019. PMID 30947883
Nutrition and Liver Health.
Jackson AA. Dig Dis 2017 - Review. PMID 28468010
There is opportunity for better-structured approaches to making secure and consistent nutritional diagnoses in patients with liver disease. ...The inability of the liver to reliably integrate body lipid metabolism and the accumulation of abnormal lipid are obvious manifestations of impaired regulation both in situations of weight loss, for example, the fatty liver of severe malnutrition, and in situations of energy excess, as in non-alcoholic fatty liver disease. ...
There is opportunity for better-structured approaches to making secure and consistent nutritional diagnoses in patients with liver di …
[Organinteraction between liver and kidney].
Roedl K, et al. Dtsch Med Wochenschr 2017 - Review. PMID 28902382 German.
New onset of kidney function alterations in patients with acute- or chronic liver disease often leads to acute kidney injury. This Review will inform you about the most importatant clinical interactions of the kidneys and the liver....
New onset of kidney function alterations in patients with acute- or chronic liver disease often leads to acute kidney injury. This Re …
[Research progress of ischemic hepatitis]
Shen BQ, et al. Zhonghua Gan Zang Bing Za Zhi 2018 - Review. PMID 30481874 Chinese.
Ischemic hepatitis, also known as hypoxic hepatitis or shock liver, refers to liver cell damage without any known cause of acute hepatitis, and is characterized by transient elevation of transaminase levels (20 times higher than normal value).The incidence of the disease is about 2.5% to 10%, and the hospital mortality rate is greater than 50%. ...
Ischemic hepatitis, also known as hypoxic hepatitis or shock liver, refers to liver cell damage without any known cause of acu …
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