2 edition of Ultrastructural aspects of the liver and its disorders. found in the catalog.
Ultrastructural aspects of the liver and its disorders.
|LC Classifications||RC847 .T35|
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|Number of Pages||239|
|LC Control Number||76440625|
Liver Disorders in Childhood provides a comprehensive account of disorders of the liver and biliary system in childhood. Topics covered include the mechanisms of physiological jaundice; the link between jaundice and breast feeding; surgery for extrahepatic biliary atresia; the role of hepatitis B virus infection in chronic liver disease; presymptomatic diagnosis of Wilson's disease; liver Book Edition: 1. Ultrastructural study ofthe liver in hepatic porphyria G. JEAN,G. LAMBERTENGHI,ANDT. RANZI Fromthe Istituto diPatologia Speciale Medica(11°), Universita diMilano SYNOPSIS In intermittent acute porphyria there are no specific alterations in the ultrastructure of the liver. In contrast, the constant characteristic of porphyria cutanea tarda is Cited by:
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Ultrastructural Aspects of the Liver and Its Disorders. With the apparent progressive increase in the prevalence of liver disease, changes in hepatic ultrastructure are receiving more attention. Among the recent books on the subject is this monograph, whch is in reality two books—pictures and text.
Ultrastructural Aspects of the Liver. Ultrastructural aspects of the liver and its disorders. Tokyo ; New York: Igaku-Shoin, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Kyūichi Tanikawa; Takahisa Eguchi; Naoki Ikejiri.
The text is divided into five sections: normal liver, physiological aspects, fine structural pathology, liver diseases, and application of electron microscopy in diagnosis. The lack of consistent proofreading is disconcerting and the unique.
Genre/Form: Atlas: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Tanikawa, Kyūichi. Ultrastructural aspects of the liver and its disorders. Tokyo, Igaku Shoin, Ultrastructural Aspects of the Liver and its Disorders. Frank L. Iber, MD. Author Affiliations of his clinical interest he has produced an extremely usable monograph on the value of electron microscopy of the liver.
More than half of the book consists of full-page micrographs, each with legends that enhance and teach. Ultrastructural Author: Frank L. Iber.
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Ultrastructural aspects of the liver perisinusoidal space in diabetic patients with and without microangiopathy. Bernuau D, Guillot R, Durand AM, Raoux N, Gabreau T, Passa P, Feldmann G. Ultrastructural examination of the liver sinusoids might constitute a sensitive and useful approach for detecting the early changes of the microcirculation Cited by: Acta Med Acad Sci Hung ; TANIKAWA K: Ultrastructural aspects of the liver and its disorders.
Springer Verlag; Berlin Heidelberg New York and Igaku Shoin Lzd., Tokyo P. TILTON RC, BALOWS A, HOHNADEL DC, REISS RF: Clinical laboratory medicine. Mosby Year Book, St. Louis Baltomore Boston P.
Cited by: In addition to experimental studies on the liver, various human liver diseases have been investigated extensively at the ultrastructural level, thanks to the relatively easy technique of liver by: 2. Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: P J Scheuer.
Riv Anat Patol Oncol. Nov-Dec;30(5) [Histochemical and ultrastructural aspects of the liver in Hurler's disease]. [Article in Italian]Author: Mercante G. Research in the field of gastroenterology is increasingly focused on the use of alternative nonrodent model organisms to provide new experimental tools to study chronic diseases.
The zebrafish is a particularly valuable experimental platform to explore organ and cell structure-function relationships under relevant biological and pathobiological by: 9. Morphological, microbiological and ultrastructural aspects of sepsis by Aeromonas hydrophila in Piaractus mesopotamicus Article (PDF Available) in PLoS ONE 14(9):e September with The diagnosis of encephalopathy, along with a battery of liver tests, will typically be used to determine whether an individual will need a liver transplant.
In persons with advanced liver disease, such as decompensated cirrhosis or liver cancer, a liver transplant is most often indicated. The Liver: An Atlas and Text of Ultrastructural Pathology/No [Phillips, M.
James, Poucell, Siria, Patterson, Jacqueline, Valencia, Pedr] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Liver: An Atlas and Text of Ultrastructural Pathology/No Author: M. James Phillips, Siria Poucell, Jacqueline Patterson. Abstract. As early as the mid-sixties it could be recognized from the first surveys on electron microscopy of human liver tissue (CosselHübnerTanikawa ) that the increase in knowledge regarding the pathogenesis and diagnosis of liver diseases had lagged behind what initially might have been expected in view of the tremendous improvement in optic by: 1.
Case 3. The patient was a 5-year-old male admitted to the hospital because of prolonged diarrhoea, hepatosplenomegaly, and liver cirrhosis. Also, in this case, the histological and ultrastructural examination of liver biopsy revealed a morphological picture similar to the previous patient (case 2), suggesting a metabolic disease with storage of triglycerides and cleft-like cholesteryl ester Cited by: Lectures on the Liver and its Diseases Hardcover – January 1, See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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Your liver is the largest internal organ in your body, performing more than 5, separate bodily functions – from cleansing the blood of toxins to converting food into nutrients to controlling your hormone Size: KB. BOOK REVIEWS Howard M.
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By M. James Phillips, Siria Poucell, Jacqueline Patterson, and Pedro Valencia.Hepatotoxicity (from hepatic toxicity) implies chemical-driven liver damage. Drug-induced liver injury is a cause of acute and chronic liver disease.
The liver plays a central role in transforming and clearing chemicals and is susceptible to the toxicity from these lty: Gastroenterology.Chapter 9 Ultrastructural changes in liver INTRODUCTION A range of different biomarkers have been used to indicate the biological effects of certain xenobiotics on aquatic organisms, both in natural environments and under experimental conditions (Ferrando, et.