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1953 245
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1955 187
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1962 219
1963 471
1964 659
1965 427
1966 419
1967 455
1968 565
1969 565
1970 571
1971 585
1972 506
1973 553
1974 521
1975 333
1976 239
1977 275
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1980 241
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1982 291
1983 324
1984 307
1985 361
1986 321
1987 318
1988 272
1989 345
1990 396
1991 373
1992 458
1993 472
1994 424
1995 414
1996 400
1997 429
1998 421
1999 492
2000 465
2001 502
2002 517
2003 588
2004 590
2005 591
2006 617
2007 625
2008 680
2009 683
2010 710
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Imaging-Based Liver Function Tests--Past, Present and Future.
Geisel D, et al. Rofo 2015 - Review. PMID 26230140 Free article.
Preoperative assessment of liver function and prediction of postoperative functional reserve are important in patients scheduled for liver resection. ...Imaging-based liver function tests were first developed in nuclear medicine and, compared with laboratory tests, have the advantage of displaying the spatial distribution of liver function. ...
Preoperative assessment of liver function and prediction of postoperative functional reserve are important in patients …
What is the purpose of liver function tests?
Blann A. Nurs Times 2014 - Review. PMID 24669469
These diverse functions mean that a single test does not give enough information to assess fully how the liver is functioning; at least five different liver function tests are required. This article, part 2 in a four-part series, discusses the information on acute and chronic liver disease that these tests can provide, and how disease affects liver function....
These diverse functions mean that a single test does not give enough information to assess fully how the liver is functioni
Liver function tests.
Laker MF. BMJ 1990 - Review. PMID 2202455 Free PMC article.
Acid-base disorders in liver disease.
Scheiner B, et al. J Hepatol 2017 - Review. PMID 28684104
Alongside the kidneys and lungs, the liver has been recognised as an important regulator of acid-base homeostasis. While respiratory alkalosis is the most common acid-base disorder in chronic liver disease, various complex metabolic acid-base disorders may occur with liver dysfunction. ...Patients with stable chronic liver disease have several offsetting acidifying and alkalinising metabolic acid-base disorders. ...
Alongside the kidneys and lungs, the liver has been recognised as an important regulator of acid-base homeostasis. While respiratory …
Reliable assessment of liver function using LiMAx.
Jara M, et al. J Surg Res 2015 - Clinical Trial. PMID 25150081
BACKGROUND: (13)C-liver function breath tests can facilitate the assessment of hepatic function in-vivo and may help surgeons to identify candidates for safe liver surgery. ...The aims of this study were to evaluate the within-subject repeatability of the LiMAx (maximum liver function capacity) test in healthy individuals and in surgical patients to determine liver function in the perioperative workup. ...
BACKGROUND: (13)C-liver function breath tests can facilitate the assessment of hepatic function in-vivo and may help su …
Reducing liver function tests for statin monitoring: an observational comparison of two clinical commissioning groups.
Homer K, et al. Br J Gen Pract 2017 - Clinical Trial. PMID 28137784 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Current liver function testing for statin monitoring is largely unnecessary and costly. Statins do not cause liver disease. ...In the population without liver disease, liver function tests were 3.6 times higher for those on statins compared with those who were not. ...
BACKGROUND: Current liver function testing for statin monitoring is largely unnecessary and costly. Statins do not cause li
Clinical utility of 13C-liver-function breath tests for assessment of hepatic function.
Afolabi P, et al. Dig Dis Sci 2013 - Review. PMID 22899241
13C-Liver-function breath tests have been used in clinical diagnostics and, to a limited extent, to investigate hepatic function. ...The dynamic nature of 13C-liver-function breath tests, their possible versatility in terms of assessing a range of different liver functions, and the ease with which they can be repeated to follow relative changes in liver function with time, all imply the potential for wider clinical application. ...
13C-Liver-function breath tests have been used in clinical diagnostics and, to a limited extent, to investigate hepatic fun
Pediatric reference intervals of liver and renal function tests from birth to adolescence in Chinese children as performed on the Olympus AU5400.
Liu J, et al. Clin Chim Acta 2019. PMID 30611730
BACKGROUND: The growth and development of children and adolescents influence values of liver and renal function tests. The purpose of this study was to determine age- and gender-specific reference intervals for liver and renal function tests in apparently healthy Chinese children and adolescents. ...Age- and gender-appropriate reference intervals for liver and renal function tests were established for apparently healthy Chinese children and adolescents. ...
BACKGROUND: The growth and development of children and adolescents influence values of liver and renal function tests. The pur …
[Liver function tests].
Marín-López E, et al. Rev Gastroenterol Mex 1993 - Review. PMID 7747025 Spanish.
They are divided into two sections: biochemical test of liver function per se and serum markers of hepatobiliary disease. Although there are no new tests, liver transplant programs have stimulated development of metabolic capacity measurements to estimate liver function. At present the liver function tests, still are the best method to assess patients with liver diseases....
They are divided into two sections: biochemical test of liver function per se and serum markers of hepatobiliary disease. Alth …
Portable device for the analysis of liver function: a boon to liver surgery and critical care.
Mobley CM and Zarrinpar A. Expert Rev Med Devices 2016. PMID 26613130 Free article.
Liver biology, liver disease and its management present a myriad of challenges to clinicians. Difficulties arise in determining liver functional capacity, which must be effectively measured in a quantitative reproducible manner. Measurement of indocyanine green (ICG) clearance, an exceptional tool that has been used for decades to assess liver function, has traditionally been cumbersome to perform. ...
Liver biology, liver disease and its management present a myriad of challenges to clinicians. Difficulties arise in determinin
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