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1956 10
1957 8
1958 17
1959 19
1960 26
1961 19
1962 12
1964 1
1965 36
1966 68
1967 80
1968 132
1969 135
1970 119
1971 113
1972 139
1973 150
1974 142
1975 146
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1977 113
1978 110
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1980 114
1981 111
1982 117
1983 127
1984 141
1985 172
1986 164
1987 183
1988 216
1989 212
1990 193
1991 193
1992 220
1993 259
1994 248
1995 223
1996 252
1997 254
1998 247
1999 277
2000 301
2001 270
2002 345
2003 404
2004 381
2005 479
2006 547
2007 501
2008 614
2009 583
2010 723
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Histopathological evaluation of liver fibrosis and cirrhosis regression.
Lo RC and Kim H. Clin Mol Hepatol 2017 - Review. PMID 29281870 Free PMC article.
The hepatic repair complex in the setting of cirrhosis has received increasing attention, as it implies the regression of cirrhosis, which was traditionally taken to be an irreversible state. In this brief review, the patterns of fibrosis, the existing staging systems for chronic liver disease and the histopathological features of cirrhosis regression are discussed....
The hepatic repair complex in the setting of cirrhosis has received increasing attention, as it implies the regression of cirrhosi
Liver sinusoidal endothelial cells in hepatic fibrosis.
DeLeve LD. Hepatology 2015 - Review. PMID 25131509 Free PMC article.
Capillarization, lack of liver sinusoidal endothelial cell (LSEC) fenestration, and formation of an organized basement membrane not only precedes fibrosis, but is also permissive for hepatic stellate cell activation and fibrosis. ...Restoration of LSEC differentiation in vivo promotes HSC quiescence, enhances regression of fibrosis, and prevents progression of cirrhosis....
Capillarization, lack of liver sinusoidal endothelial cell (LSEC) fenestration, and formation of an organized basement membrane not o …
Computerized morphometry of the cirrhotic liver: comparative analysis in primary biliary cirrhosis, alcoholic cirrhosis, and posthepatitic cirrhosis.
Vertemati M, et al. Microsc Res Tech 2004. PMID 15605407
Fibrosis and nodular regeneration are the hallmarks of liver cirrhosis. To assess the degree of fibrosis and the severity of the structural changes affecting parenchymal and extraparenchymal components in liver cirrhosis, a computerized morphometric model has been applied to liver specimens from patients undergoing liver transplantation for primary biliary cirrhosis, posthepatitic and alcoholic cirrhosis. Fifty-eight hepatectomy specimens from patients undergoing liver transplantation for cirrhosis were analyzed: 17 alcoholic, 28 posthepatitic (HBV-related and HCV-related cirrhosis), and 13 primary biliary cirrhoses. ...
Fibrosis and nodular regeneration are the hallmarks of liver cirrhosis. To assess the degree of fibrosis and the severity of t …
[Research advances in the treatment of hepatic fibrosis]
Xia L and Yang CQ. Zhonghua Gan Zang Bing Za Zhi 2017 - Review. PMID 29056004 Chinese.
Hepatic fibrosis is a common pathological process in the development of various chronic liver diseases into liver cirrhosis. Based on current research findings, it is widely believed that the process of hepatic fibrosis is reversible, and effective treatment cannot only delay the development of hepatic fibrosis into liver cirrhosis, but also alleviate the degree of hepatic fibrosis. ...
Hepatic fibrosis is a common pathological process in the development of various chronic liver diseases into liver cirrhosis
Portal myofibroblasts connect angiogenesis and fibrosis in liver.
Lemoinne S, et al. Cell Tissue Res 2016 - Review. PMID 27324023
These changes progressively disrupt normal liver architecture and result in cirrhosis formation. In the fibrotic liver, as in all other fibrotic tissues, the extracellular matrix is produced by cells usually characterized by the de novo expression of alpha-smooth muscle actin and known as myofibroblasts. Portal myofibroblasts (PMFs) appear to be critical in pathological angiogenesis, which constantly occurs in advanced liver fibrosis. ...
These changes progressively disrupt normal liver architecture and result in cirrhosis formation. In the fibrotic liver, …
[Research progress of extracellular vesicles in hepatic fibrosis]
Tao CY, et al. Zhonghua Gan Zang Bing Za Zhi 2019 - Review. PMID 31357753 Chinese.
Liver fibrosis is a pathophysiological process characterized by abnormal accumulation of connective tissues in the liver caused by chronic liver injuries, in which the activation and migration of hepatic stellate cells (HSCs) play a central role. ...EVs are of great interest in liver pathology because they have been found to mediate the communication between cells and regulate cellular microenvironment via horizontal transfer of their cargoes. ...
Liver fibrosis is a pathophysiological process characterized by abnormal accumulation of connective tissues in the liver cause
Regenerative pattern of liver cells in primary biliary cirrhosis, alcoholic cirrhosis, posthepatitic cirrhosis (HBV-related) and hepatocellular carcinoma: comparative analysis by computerized morphometry.
Rahman SM, et al. Pathol Int 1996. PMID 8726850
Regenerative features of liver cells were mild in degree in PBC. In alcoholic cirrhosis, regenerative features of liver cells were less prominent than in posthepatitic cirrhosis. In posthepatitic cirrhosis, regenerative liver cells were well developed, showing remarkable pleomorphism of liver cell nuclei and expansive arrangement of liver cell cords. ...
Regenerative features of liver cells were mild in degree in PBC. In alcoholic cirrhosis, regenerative features of liver
[Epistemology of liver cirrhosis].
Coppo M and Borghi A. Medicina (Firenze) 1990 - Review. PMID 2273960 Italian.
Finally, as a last pathogenetic step and peculiar to liver cirrhosis, the complex vascular rearrangement that leads to a relative increase of the liver blood flow is analysed. ...Association between hepatocarcinoma and liver cirrhosis, which seems to be independent of single etiologic factors of cirrhosis itself, also has a great reliance....
Finally, as a last pathogenetic step and peculiar to liver cirrhosis, the complex vascular rearrangement that leads to a relat …
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