10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «HEPATOGENOUS»
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International Poisonous Plants Checklist: An Evidence-Based ...
A comparative study of the pathology of the ovine hepatogenous photosensitivity
diseases, facial eczema and geeldikkop (tribulosis ovis), with special reference to
their pathogenesis. Onderstepoort J Vet Res 50(1):59-71. Glastonbury JR ...
Poisonous Plants and Related Toxins
Chapter 23 Spectrofluorometric Analysis of Phylloerythrin in Plasma and Skin
from Sheep Suffering from Hepatogenous Photosensitization E. Scheiel, B.L.
Smithz and A. Flaoyenl' 3 ' National Veterinary Institute, PO Box 8156 Dep., 0033
Thomas Acamovic, Colin S. Stewart, T. W. Pennycott, 2004
Handbook of Natural Toxins
However, Smith et al. (1972) state that for hepatogenous photosensitization to
occur, the animal must be "on a diet containing liberal amounts of chlorophyll."
Thus the quantity of circulating phylloerythrin needed to cause photosensitization
Richard F. Keeler, Anthony T. Tu, 1983
Rebhun's Diseases of Dairy Cattle
Photosensitization also may occur secondary to liver disease (hepatogenous)
and aberrant pigment synthesis as occurs in porphyria. In hepatogenous
photosensitization, liver function has been reduced to such a degree that
Thomas J. Divers, Simon Francis Peek, 2008
Monographic Medicine: The prognosis of internal diseases, by ...
(b) Hematogenous or hemo-hepatogenous jaundice is due to the change of
hemaglobin into hematoidin, identical with bilirubin. In these cases there is rapid
destruction of large numbers of red blood corpuscles — hemolysis, causing ...
Albion Walter Hewlett, 1916
There are some points in differential diagnosis betWeen hemolytic and
hepatogenous jaundice which I want to make. The age may be of some help,
because the patient with hemolytic jaundice may have had the jaundice at birth,
whereas in ...
University of California, San Francisco Medical Center, 1949
Veterinary Toxicology: Basic and Clinical Principles
The second type of photosensitization is hepatogenous photosensitization, which
is discussed in detail in this chapter. Hepatogenous photosensitization usually
occurs secondary to cholestasis. Herbivores ingest large quantities of chlorophyll
Ramesh Chandra Gupta, 2012
Toxic Plants of North America
“trifoliosis,” both primary and hepatogenous, the latter possibly due to mycotoxin
... This requires long-term ingestion—a year or more—and the skin changes
appear to be due to hepatogenous photosensitization secondary to bile duct ...
George E. Burrows, Ronald J. Tyrl, 2012
Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant
Accumulations of porphyrin metabolites in the skin predispose the animals to
photosensitization.r Southdown lambs may have a congenital defect that can
cause hyperbilirubinemia and results in hepatogenous photosensitization.
Scott R. R. Haskell, 2011
Diseases of the liver, pancreas and ductless glands
178 in hemorrhagic pancreatitis, 96 in hepatic congestion in children, 21 in
hepatogenous dyspepsia, 28 in perihepatitis, 84 Mercurius dulcis, in acute
congestion of the liver, 13 in hepatic cirrhosis, 57 in hepatic congestion in
children, 21 in ...
Alexander Leslie Blackwood, 1907
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «HEPATOGENOUS»
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Blue-green algae on ponds danger to livestock, pets, people
Secondary (“hepatogenous”) photo-sensitization can occur after ingestion. On autopsy, the liver often is enlarged, swollen and dark red. «Agri-View, Aug 12»
Photosensitization in the Horse
"There are three classifications of photosensitization: Primary photosensitization, hepatogenous photosensitization (due to liver impairment), ... «TheHorse.com, Dec 05»