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1966 34
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1968 49
1969 73
1970 71
1971 83
1972 57
1973 82
1974 86
1975 81
1976 61
1977 73
1978 69
1979 74
1980 62
1981 74
1982 90
1983 92
1984 101
1985 149
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1987 139
1988 147
1989 169
1990 146
1991 179
1992 205
1993 193
1994 201
1995 226
1996 198
1997 187
1998 186
1999 212
2000 161
2001 158
2002 218
2003 201
2004 194
2005 228
2006 204
2007 250
2008 237
2009 232
2010 287
2011 289
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Liver progenitor cells-mediated liver regeneration in liver cirrhosis.
Shang H, et al. Hepatol Int 2016 - Review. PMID 26742763
Cirrhosis is defined as the histological development of regenerative nodules surrounded by fibrous bands in response to chronic liver injury. ...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. ...
Cirrhosis is defined as the histological development of regenerative nodules surrounded by fibrous bands in response to chronic li
Review article: the role of the microcirculation in liver cirrhosis.
Davies T, et al. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 2017 - Review. PMID 29023881 Free article.
BACKGROUND: Intrahepatic microvascular derangements and microcirculatory dysfunction are key in the development of liver cirrhosis and its associated complications. While much has been documented relating to cirrhosis and the dysfunction of the microcirculation in the liver parenchyma, far less is known about the state of the extrahepatic microcirculation and the role this may have in the pathogenesis of multiple organ failure in end stage liver cirrhosis. ...
BACKGROUND: Intrahepatic microvascular derangements and microcirculatory dysfunction are key in the development of liver cirrhosis
Soluble α-Klotho in Liver Cirrhosis and Alcoholism.
Martín-González C, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 2019 - Review. PMID 30860544
Some of these pathways may become altered in alcoholism or liver cirrhosis, but data are scattered and scarce and an update is required. ...RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS: Alcohol consumption in non-alcoholics is inversely related to sKl, but alcoholic cirrhotics showed higher-than-normal sKl values in association with liver function derangement. ...
Some of these pathways may become altered in alcoholism or liver cirrhosis, but data are scattered and scarce and an update is …
Severe abnormal Heart Rate Turbulence Onset is associated with deterioration of liver cirrhosis.
Jansen C, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 29634776 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: In patients with liver cirrhosis, cardiac dysfunction is frequent and is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. ...The endpoint was deterioration of liver cirrhosis defined as increased MELD and readmission for complications of liver cirrhosis. ...
BACKGROUND: In patients with liver cirrhosis, cardiac dysfunction is frequent and is associated with increased morbidity and m …
[Nutrition in Liver Cirrhosis: Clinical Practice Recommendations].
Plauth M. Dtsch Med Wochenschr 2019. PMID 31514217 German.
Liver cirrhosis leads to prognostically relevant malnutrition in a stage dependent manner. Protein depletion and sarcopenia are its key features. Patients with liver cirrhosis should undergo systematic screening for risk of malnutrition and if positive sarcopenia should be assessed and a nutrition plan devised. ...
Liver cirrhosis leads to prognostically relevant malnutrition in a stage dependent manner. Protein depletion and sarcopenia ar
Human liver regeneration in advanced cirrhosis is organized by the portal tree.
Dezső K, et al. J Hepatol 2017. PMID 27913222
We suggest that "budding" may initiate the second, irreversible stage of cirrhosis. LAY SUMMARY: Cirrhosis is the final common outcome of long lasting hepatic injury defined as the destruction of the normal liver architecture by scar tissue. ...Our results contribute to a better understanding of this serious liver disease....
We suggest that "budding" may initiate the second, irreversible stage of cirrhosis. LAY SUMMARY: Cirrhosis is the final common …
[Liver fibrogenesis: physiopathology].
Odena G and Bataller R. Gastroenterol Hepatol 2012. PMID 23298653 Spanish.
Liver fibrogenesis is the result of excessive tissue repair of chronic liver damage. This entity consists of the progressive extracellular matrix deposition in the liver parenchyma that is observed in most chronic liver diseases and which precedes the development of cirrhosis. ...Likewise, the main cytokines and molecules involved in liver fibrogenesis have been identified. The finding that advanced liver fibrogenesis can be reversed has stimulated research into possible antifibrogenic therapies. ...
Liver fibrogenesis is the result of excessive tissue repair of chronic liver damage. This entity consists of the progressive e
Differential visceral blood flow in the hyperdynamic circulation of patients with liver cirrhosis.
McAvoy NC, et al. Aliment Pharmacol Ther 2016 - Clinical Trial. PMID 26947424 Free article.
Using phase-contrast magnetic resonance angiography, we characterised alterations in blood flow within the hepatic, splanchnic and extra-splanchnic circulations of patients with established liver cirrhosis. AIM: To compare blood flow in splanchnic and extra-splanchnic circulations in patients with varying degrees of cirrhosis and healthy controls. ...
Using phase-contrast magnetic resonance angiography, we characterised alterations in blood flow within the hepatic, splanchnic and extra-spl …
The role and indications of albumin in advanced liver disease.
Zaccherini G and Bernardi M. Acta Gastroenterol Belg 2019 - Review. PMID 31314192
As such, it can antagonize the consequences of effective hypovolemia deriving from the systemic hemodynamics abnormalities that characterize advanced cirrhosis. ...Recent advances have shown that the pathophysiological background of decompensated cirrhosis is characterized by a sustained systemic inflammatory and pro-oxidant state deriving by an abnormal bacterial translocation from the gut. ...
As such, it can antagonize the consequences of effective hypovolemia deriving from the systemic hemodynamics abnormalities that characterize …
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