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9,115 Possible Causes for Alcoholic, damage, Liver

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  • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus Aureus

    If the kidney cannot be salvaged, it will undergo irreversible damage with devastating consequences.[] The present report describes the clinical details and successful outcome in a liver transplant recipient despite transmission of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus[] In our case, chronic alcoholism with suppression of innate immunity may have led to the development of the condition.[]

  • Campylobacter Jejuni

    One of the key features of C. jejuni that helps it to cause disease is its ability to move towards nutrients and away from things that may damage it.[] C. jejuni and C. coli were also isolated in chicken liver pâté recovered from the college's kitchen.[] Meningitis caused by Campylobacter jejuni is rare, we describe a case following neurosurgery for intra-cranial haematoma in a chronic alcoholic patient.[]

  • Alcoholic Liver Disease

    Elevation of serum IL-17A, IL-17F, IL-22 correlated with the progression of liver damage and also with presence of F-actin in ALD.[] Alcoholic liver disease represents the second most frequent indication for liver transplantation in North America and Europe.[] Thus, chronic alcohol consumption is associated with an altered mycobiota and translocation of fungal products.[]

  • Alcoholic Hepatitis

    The DAMP, high mobility group box-1 protein (HMGB1) is released by tissue damage and inflammation.[] Liver transplantation is a definitive therapy for patients with end-stage liver disease and cirrhosis, with improvement in survival and quality of life.[] A treated hypothyroid patient with chronic alcoholism stopped replacement therapy with the onset of heavy drinking.[]

  • Alcoholic Fatty Liver

    In its mild form, alcoholic hepatitis can last for years and will cause progressive liver damage, although the damage may be reversible over time if you stop drinking.[] It is the initial stage in alcoholic liver disease when pathologic changes are reversible.[] : non-alcohol group and light alcohol consumer group ( 20 g of ethanol/day).[]

  • Oral Surgery

    Relevant cases were analysed to determine the procedures involved, the patients' claims of injury, findings of negligence and damages awarded.[] However, risk of bleeding should be considered among patients with end-stage liver disease, and prophylactic blood transfusions may be used to prevent bleeding.[] […] with no history of non-alcohol-related liver impairment or pre-existing coagulopathy.Main outcome measures Alcohol and bleeding history recorded, haematology test requested[]

  • Toxoplasma Gondii

    By comparing the level of anti- T. gondii IgG and mucosal damage in celiac disease, we found a significant relationship between the severity of mucosal damages and anti- T[] This is the first histologically documented case of T. gondii retinochoroiditis after liver transplantation.[] Studies conducted for this manuscript involve a different, never before really reported correlation between latent T. gondii infection and ethanol abuse.[]

  • Campylobacter Fetus

    It was considered that the organism invaded already damaged tissue of the joint.[] We report Campylobacter fetus meningitis associated with endocarditis in a 75-year-old diabetic man after he consumed raw liver.[] We report a case of aneurysm of the abdominal aorta with spontaneous rupture in a 64-year-old man with emphysema and chronic alcoholism.[]

  • Ethanol

    Pretreatment with HNC prevented the elevation of serum aspartate aminotransferase and alanine aminotransferase caused by ethanol-induced hepatic damage.[] Diabetes patients associated with liver disease carry a significant risk of morbidity and mortality.[] Cardiologists and emergency care physicians should be aware of this interaction when a patient with chronic alcohol abuse presents with severe hypotension or myocardial ischaemia[]

  • Phlebosclerosis

    Certain toxins or biochemicals, probably existing in the frequently ingested contents and absorbed to the venous return, may play the most important role in this damage.[] […] who treat patients with alcoholic and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.[] Certain toxins or biochemi-cals, probably existing in the frequently ingested contents and absorbed to the venous return, may play the most important role in this damage.[]

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