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1 A total of 18 cases of Amanita phalloides intoxication was treated by combined chemotherapy during 1980 and 1981. After attempted primary elimination of the toxin all patients received silibinin as basic therapy mainly by infusion and in two instances orally. 2 In order to evaluate the effect of silibinin therapy a retrospective study of the followed-up(More)
The hepatoprotective and immunomodulatory effects of silymarin and amino-imidazol-carboxamid-phosphate were studied in 60 patients with compensated alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver in a one month double blind clinical trial. Treatment with both drugs normalized the elevated levels of aspartate aminotransferase, alanine aminotransferase and serum bilirubin,(More)
The authors studied the influence of Silybin in rats, administered i.p. for 7 days (daily dose of 100 mg/kg/b.w.) on the biliary lipid composition and on the maximal excretory rate of bile salts. Following this treatment, biliary cholesterol excretion was reduced, while the other lipids and bile flow were not significantly modified. After sodium cholate(More)
Because human adrenocortical cells from different adrenal disorders exhibit pathologically altered corticosteroid synthesis, and free radical mechanisms may induce pathological changes in the activities of corticosteroid biosynthetic enzymes (cytochrome P-450), we examined the effect of an antioxidant, silibinin, on basal and ACTH-stimulated secretion of(More)
Most of the hepatoprotective drugs belong to the group of free radical scavangers. The mechanism of their action involves membrane stabilisation, neutralisation of free radicals and immunomodulation. The authors demonstrate the effect of different-drugs used in therapy of liver diseases (silymarin, silibinin, Aica-P) in human clinico-pharmacological study(More)
The in vitro and in vivo effects of the naturally occuring flavolignan hepatoprotective agent silibinin on the expression and activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme were studied in lymphocytes from patients with chronic alcoholic liver disease. In vitro incubation with silibinin in a concentration corresponding to the usual therapeutic dosage(More)
Ethanol is oxidized in the liver by three different enzyme systems, namely by alcohol dehidrogenase (ADH), the microsomal ethanol oxidizing system and catalase. Alcohol also undergoes a first pass metabolism in the gastric mucosa due to alcohol dehydrogenase. This first pass metabolism of ethanol is decreased in the alcoholic, in the fasted state, in the(More)
Authors summarize the results of liver transplantation first of all in the view of rehabilitation. Role of rehabilitation experts is discussed in the period before and after transplantation. The necessity of information for the patients is specially underlined already from the first raise of the possibility of liver transplantation. They express that after(More)
A total of 18 cases of Amanita phalloides poisoning was treated by combined chemotherapy during 1980 and 1981. After attempted primary elimination of the toxin all patients received silybin as basic therapy mainly by infusion and, in two instances, silymarin orally. In order to investigate the effect of silybin therapy a retrospective study of the(More)
The syndrome of hepatic encephalopathy includes all the neuropsychiatric changes which appear in acute and chronic liver diseases. To understand the pathophysiology of hepatic encephalopathy, it would be essential to accurately study cerebral activity in human, but it is impossible at present. Animal models of acute hepatic encephalopathy available at(More)