By Erwin Kuntz
Hepatology -- a scientific overview
The 1st variation was once offered out inside of 365 days and a reprint grew to become invaluable. The 2d variation has been up to date, revised and prolonged to incorporate a few 900 pages.
- 477 optimum colored figures containing medical and immunological findings, laparoscopic and and histologic beneficial properties in addition to imaging procedures
- all figures at once built-in within the respective textual content; this ends up in a brand new type of studying from "seeing" to "understanding"
- 306 tables in colour
- colored highlighting of significant rules and statements for larger reading
- well-structured and systematic techniques aid the content
- derived from medical hepatology for functional use by way of experts and in hospital
- designated presentation of morphology and its integration in liver disease
- specific concepts for treatment and summarized descriptions of particular varieties of remedy (inlcuding a separate bankruptcy on "Therapy"
- approximately 7,000 references are indexed in complete; quotations of vital ancient publications
- first authors of remedy techniques, tools, clinical innovations and invasive measures are given so far as possible
- complete topic index and sign in of abbreviations
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They generally lie in Proportion of the hepatocyte cell volume Number per hepatocyte 9% 1 Synthesis of proteins, glucose-6-phosphatase, triglycerides, coagulant factors, etc. 1 Biotransformation; synthesis of steroid hormones, phospholipids, bilirubin conjugation, cholesterol, bile acids, glucose metabolism, etc. 16% 6% 7% 39% metabolically activated nucleus, RNA substances are concentrated in the nucleolus, in which the ribosomes are synthesized. It is chiefly the non-activated, non-despiralized chromatin in the form of heterochromatin which is deposited in the nuclear periphery, so that a dark nuclear capsule can be differentiated.
During the degradation process, hydroxyproline develops, which in turn is either oxidized in the liver into CO2 and H2O (ca. 75 %) or excreted in the urine (ca. 25 %). Thus the excretion rate of hydroxyproline in the urine is an indicator for collagen metabolism. The adhesive glycoproteins (e. g. fibronectin, laminin), which are also called nectins, are responsible for the connection between ECM and liver cells. The numerous heterogeneous components of the ECM are closely interwoven and communicate bidirectionally with the liver cells by means of special substances, socalled integrins.
A rare complication of autoimmune hepatitis. J. Clin. Gastroenterol. 1998; 26: 334Ϫ336 80. , Weinreb, M. : The streaming liver. Liver 1985; 5: 293Ϫ300 81. : Diversity of hepatic stem cells in the fetal and addult liver. Semin. Liver Dis.