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2,367 Possible Causes for Complete Blood Count Abnormal, Hepatorenal Syndrome, Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis

  • Viral Hepatitis

    Abstract The commonest causes of acute pancreatitis are cholelithiasis and alcohol. Rare causes include various viral infections, among which mumps is the commonest. Hepatitis A, hepatitis B and, recently, hepatitis E have been reported to cause acute but mild pancreatitis in patients with acute viral hepatitis. This[…][]

  • Hepatitis B

    Objective: Hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) are associated with significant morbidity and mortality among cancer patients who received cytotoxic chemotherapy. The aim of current study was to elucidate the prevalence of HBV and HCV among large population of solid cancers and lymphoma and to[…][]

  • Hepatitis A

    Hepatitis A is inflammation (irritation and swelling) of the liver from the hepatitis A virus. The hepatitis A virus is found mostly in the stool and blood of an infected person. The virus is present about 15 to 45 days before symptoms occur and during the first week of illness. You can catch hepatitis A if: You eat[…][]

  • Massive Hepatic Necrosis

    A, intraoperative (POD 0) wedge biopsy of the native liver showed massive hepatic necrosis and periportal ductular structure (HE, 200 ).[] Hepatic Failure Complications: Hepatorenal syndrome decreased urine output with rising BUN & creatinine ability to concentrate urine retained  hyperosmolar urine without[] syndrome or functional kidney failure.[]

  • Primary Biliary Cirrhosis

    Liver biopsy showed lymphocytic and plasmacytic infiltration in the portal and periportal areas, with numerous areas of bridging centrilobular necrosis, indicating AIH.[] syndrome with a certain level of creatine or sodium ascites (fluid in the peritoneal cavity) hydrothorax (fluid in the pleural cavity) end-stage liver disease with a CLD[] syndrome ( failure of the kidneys due to liver disease), or Hepatic encephalopathy of a pre-determined severity, or End-stage liver disease of a pre-determined severity.[]

  • Hepatocellular Carcinoma

    Routine liver function tests, coagulation parameters, complete blood count, and serum chemistries should be ordered for any patient with decompensated liver disease and suspicion[] Clinical Deterioration in Child-Pugh B or C Cirrhosis Clinical deterioration, manifested by new onset or worsening encephalopathy, ascites, or hepatorenal syndrome, was reported[] syndrome as the tumour grows, patients may develop upper abdominal pain, indigestion or early satiety less commonly, liver tumours can spontaneously rupture, causing intraperitoneal[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Alcoholic Hepatitis

    In addition, the following diagnostic procedures are employed for detecting liver damage: Complete blood count to determine presence of anemia and other abnormalities.[] We report the case of a 68-yr-old woman with severe alcoholic hepatitis complicated by hepatorenal syndrome.[] . – Mild elevation in alkaline phosphatase Albumin (frequent hypoalbuminemia) Prothrombin time/international normalized ratio (INR) (frequent coagulopathy) Complete blood[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Intrahepatic Cholangiocarcinoma

    Abstract A 50-year-old male with hepatitis B was referred for a small intrahepatic nodule. Magnetic resonance images raised strong suspicion of a benign lesion, such as an inflammatory pseudotumor, while the other radiological studies were equivocal. Furthermore, the high-intensity image on diffusion[…][]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Spontaneous Bacterial Peritonitis

    Secondary end points were 1-year probability of development of spontaneous bacterial peritonitis and hepatorenal syndrome.[] syndrome (HRS).[] Recently, there has been interest in the use of rifaximin for the prevention of SBP and hepatorenal syndrome (HRS).[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis
  • Wilson Disease

    The hepatorenal syndrome shows a high mortality.[] HEPATORENAL SYNDROME The hepatorenal syndrome is defined as a functional renal failure associated with well-established and usually decompensated cirrhosis.[] Bleeding from varices, hepatic encephalopathy, hepatorenal syndrome, and coagulation abnormalities occur as liver failure ensues.[]

    Missing: Liver Biopsy showing Periportal Necrosis