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30 Possible Causes for Diffuse Hepatic Steatosis, Hepatomegaly

  • Alcoholic Fatty Liver

    In addition to jaundice and marked hepatomegaly, the patient presented with hypocalcemic crisis associated with hypomagnesemia, low plasma 1,25(OH)2-vitamin D and undetectable[] hepatic steatosis Wilson disease hepatic fatty infiltration diffuse hepatic steatosis focal hepatic steatosis Promoted articles (advertising)[] Hepatomegaly may be observed and supports the diagnosis.[]

  • Fatty Liver

    hepatic steatosis Wilson disease hepatic fatty infiltration diffuse hepatic steatosis focal hepatic steatosis Promoted articles (advertising)[] Furthermore, these cases of hepatomegaly and fatty liver have been also in the context of concomitant extrahepatic side effects.[] There is hepatomegaly (increased size of the liver) in almost 70% of the cases.[]

  • Indian Childhood Cirrhosis

    On examination, he had hepatosplenomegaly with firm hepatomegaly and a leafy border. There were no other signs of liver cell failure.[] Microscopy showed panacinar hepatitis, portal and pericellular fibrosis, and diffuse Mallory bodies in the absence of steatosis or significant cholestasis.[] CLINICAL FEATURES • Discomfort in right upper quadrant due to mild hepatomegaly • Anorexia • Malaise • Weight loss • Loss of appetite • Jaundice • Ascites • Peripheral edema[]

  • Reye Syndrome

    Abstract A 2-year-old boy had acute fever, malaise, and somnolence with hepatomegaly, increased blood ammonia content (338 microM), high SGOT, low blood glucose content, and[] Abstract Analysis of the liver histopathology in 19 children with clinical Reye syndrome (RS) revealed that nine had diffuse panlobular steatosis, one giant cell hepatitis[] Extensor spasms * Decerebrate rigidity * Aspirin poisoning-like symptoms * Coma * Vomiting, think Reye's * Emergency SGOT-SGPT (SAT-ACT) * Elevated blood NH3 * Hypoglycemia and hepatomegaly[]

  • Toxic Hepatitis

    diffusely decreased parenchymal attenuation on noncontrast CT diffuse edematous change hepatic steatosis may be a cause (steatohepatitis) or a result of acute hepatitis possible[] It is concluded that the hepatomegaly noted in patients given short-term, high-dosage steroid therapy is due to excessive glycogen accumulation within parenchymal cells.[] Hepatomegaly was recorded when ascites decreased. Liver function tests suggested cholestatic jaundice. The mortality rate in the hospital was 10%.[]

  • Hepatitis

    Findings include: hepatomegaly 15.5 cm at the midclavicular line 4 possible decreased attenuation around the portal system and at the hepatic hilum (periportal edema) possible[] […] and vomiting Dehydration with drying of mucous membranes Telangiectasis (spider angiomata) and esophageal varices Jaundice Ascites Utricarial rashes Portal Hypertension Hepatomegaly[] “bright liver” and with deep attenuation; and (3) “severe steatosis”, presence of diffusely severe “bright liver” and deep attenuation without visibility of the diaphragm[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    Cardinal symptoms include fasting hypoglycemia, lactic acidosis and hepatomegaly as well as neutropenia.[] First, perfusion, iron overload, hepatic steatosis, liver inflammation and edema can confound the interpretation of diffusion parameters. 54 Second, DWI is sensitive to motion-related[] For lowering the likelihood of cirrhosis, the most useful findings are a Lok index 3 /μL (LR, 0.29; 95% CI, 0.20-0.39); or the absence of hepatomegaly (LR, 0.37; 95% CI, 0.24[]

  • Subcapsular Liver Hematoma

    […] hypoattenuating, such as seen in steatosis , lacerations and haematomata may be more subtle to diagnose 8 .[] Congenital malformation of liver NOS nodular, focal K76.89 Hypertrophy, hypertrophic liver R16.0 ICD-10-CM Diagnosis Code R16.0 Hepatomegaly, not elsewhere classified 2016[] ALP isoenzyme test (Medical Encyclopedia) Ascites (Medical Encyclopedia) Diet - liver disease (Medical Encyclopedia) Hepatic encephalopathy (Medical Encyclopedia) Hepatomegaly[]

  • Porphyria Cutanea Tarda

    After 12 months, the clinical manifestations had resolved and repeat US showed diffuse steatosis. The clinical disease did not recur after five years of follow-up.[] CASE 2 A 41 year old man with chronic hepatitis C, genotype 1b, was treated with pegylated interferon alpha-2b plus ribavirin in 2005.[]

  • Mauriac's Syndrome

    Growth rate improved significantly and hepatomegaly regressed. Puberty progressed rapidly in two older patients with poor final height.[] Liver biopsy was performed, which revealed findings consistent with diffuse hepatocellular glycogen accumulation. There was no steatosis, fibrosis or inflammation.[] Increase of hepatic enzymes and hepatomegaly at physical examination (4 confirmed by ultrasonography) were present in all the patients.[]

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