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  • adjective Of, pertaining to, or producing cholestasis

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Examples

  • Alkaline phosphatase levels are often high with both acute and chronic or long-term cholestatic liver disorders; that is, disorders caused by a blockage of bile flow within the liver or in the bile ducts leaving the liver and entering the small intestines.

    DR. SANJIV CHOPRA’S LIVER BOOK

  • Approximately 10 percent of people who contract HAV infection are also at risk for developing an unusual variant of this illness called cholestatic hepatitis, which is characterized by deep jaundice and severe itching.

    DR. SANJIV CHOPRA’S LIVER BOOK

  • The BARC is a collaborative national effort to study persistent cholestatic diseases that begin during infancy.

    Clinical and Collaborative Research

  • The BARC is a collaborative national effort to study persistent cholestatic diseases that begin during infancy.

    Clinical and Collaborative Liver Disease Research

  • A principal goal of the BARC is to transform the advances of basic science in cell biology, pharmacology, the human genome, etc., into clinical applications to cholestatic liver diseases such as biliary atresia and neonatal hepatitis.

    Clinical and Collaborative Liver Disease Research

  • In 1975, a pediatric hepatologist in France first described a group of children with cholestatic liver disease that also exhibited other features including heart problems and characteristic facial features.

    About Alagille Syndrome

  • A principal goal of the BARC is to transform the advances of basic science in cell biology, pharmacology, the human genome, etc., into clinical applications to cholestatic liver diseases such as biliary atresia and neonatal hepatitis.

    Clinical and Collaborative Research

  • FAT MALABSORPTION SYNDROMES Cystic fibrosis and cholestatic liver disease impair the absorption of dietary vitamin D.

    Forever Young

  • Women who are also receiving thyroid hormone replacement therapy should be monitored, and estrogen therapy should be discontinued in women who develop severe hypercalcemia, loss of vision, severe hypertriglyceridemia, or cholestatic jaundice.

    If this is what the FDA approves...

  • Women who are also receiving thyroid hormone replacement therapy should be monitored, and estrogen therapy should be discontinued in women who develop severe hypercalcemia, loss of vision, severe hypertriglyceridemia, or cholestatic jaundice.

    Archive 2009-01-01

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