- hepato- + toxic. (Wiktionary)
“All are more or less hepatotoxic, that is, damaging to the liver.”
“TCE is the least hepatotoxic of all the chlorinated hydrocarbons, but acute exposure may cause a transient increase in liver enzymes. 4”
“So only use those labeled "hepatotoxic PA-free," which claim not to include that substance.”
“She visited Ethiopia and East Africa (Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya) in 1970, mainly in the search for plants used as herbal medicines and foods, in order to investigate the role of hepatotoxic plants in liver disorders.”
“Her plant studies included hepatotoxic plants in Ethiopia.”
“The oral form taken in pills by the majority of steroid-using Mirador students is highly hepatotoxic and, to put it bluntly, can fill your liver with blood and kill you.”
“SMITH, L.W. and CULVENOR, C.C.J. (1981) Plant sources of hepatotoxic pyrrolizidine alkaloids.”
“Naltrexone is contraindicated in acute hepatitis or liver failure, and its use in patients with active liver disease must be carefully considered in light of its hepatotoxic effects.”
“As with all unending drugs, should enroll hepatotoxic blanching to the needs and holder of each patient.”
“In over-the-counter (otc) strengths, these substances are injected to carbonate and/or indicate heartburn, tizanidine picture indigestion, and hepatotoxic stomach.”
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