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Clinical significance of elevated plasma endothelin concentration in patients with cirrhosis
Uchihara M, et al. Hepatology 1992. Among authors: Izumi N. PMID 1535610
To explain the clinical significance of endothelin in patients with chronic liver diseases, we measured the plasma concentration of endothelin in patients with chronic hepatitis (n = 15), cirrhosis with ascites (n = 8) and cirrhosis without ascites (n = 12), and we compared the findings with the plasma concentration of endothelin in normal controls (n = 14). ...
To explain the clinical significance of endothelin in patients with chronic liver diseases, we measured the plasma concentration of endothel …
Diversity of quasispecies in various disease stages of chronic hepatitis C virus infection and its significance in interferon treatment
Koizumi K, et al. Hepatology 1995. Among authors: Izumi N. PMID 7541387
The patients were classified into two groups; a single-band group (n = 12) in which HVR quasispecies was homogeneous and a multiple-band group (n = 30) in which HVR quasispecies was heterogeneous. ...We also found that in CAH, the patients who had multiple bands (n = 14) were more resistant to IFN therapy than those who had a single band (n = 10) (P = .002). ...
The patients were classified into two groups; a single-band group (n = 12) in which HVR quasispecies was homogeneous and a multiple-b …
Systemic hypotension and diuresis by L-arginine in cirrhotic patients with ascites: role of nitric oxide
Tajiri K, et al. Hepatology 1995. Among authors: Izumi N. PMID 7590659
Healthy controls (n = 5) were also studied under the same conditions. In the patients, L-arginine infusion significantly decreased systolic and diastolic blood pressures while markedly increasing urinary flow and urinary sodium excretion; no significant changes were seen with saline infusion. ...
Healthy controls (n = 5) were also studied under the same conditions. In the patients, L-arginine infusion significantly decreased sy …
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