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necroinflammation

Definitions

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  • n. necrosis and inflammation, especially in the liver

Etymologies

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From necro- +‎ inflammation

Examples

  • The pathogenesis of chronic hepatitis C (CHC) is associated with severe oxidative stress and non-selective immunological disturbance that lead to necroinflammation and the progression of fibrosis.

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  • At the same time, by controlling this peptide system locally in the liver the evolution from steatosis to necroinflammation and consequent fibrosis can be slowed down, while by targeting the pancreatic effects of angiotensin it is possible to preserve an adequate insulin secretion and acquire a better metabolic balance.

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  • * One patient had a baseline biopsy not evaluable for necroinflammation †One patient had a baseline biopsy not evaluable for fibrosis ‡Two patients had baseline biopsies not evaluable for fibrosis

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