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Cholelithiasis and markers of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in patients with metabolic risk factors
Abstract Cholelithiasis and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) share the same risk factors. The aim of our study was to explore the relationship between these two conditions and to indentifyExpand
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[Impact of basal prolactin levels on the prevalence of complications and the prognosis of patients with liver cirrhosis].
INTRODUCTION Prolactin concentration was proved to be associated with complications of cirrhosis. METHODS This relationship was investigated on the group of 90 patients predominantly males withExpand
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[Hormonal changes in inflammatory bowel disease].
Inflammatory bowel disease is often accompanied by extraintestinal manifestations due to a common autoimmune etiopathogenesis, chronic systemic inflammation, frequent nutrition deficits, and theExpand
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Noninvasive scoring algorithm to identify significant liver fibrosis among treatment-naive chronic hepatitis C patients
Aims Staging for liver fibrosis is recommended in the management of hepatitis C as an argument for treatment priority. Our aim was to construct a noninvasive algorithm to predict the significantExpand
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[Prevalence of liver disease markers among patients with metabolic risk factors].
INTRODUCTION Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is one of the most common liver diseases. It's prevalence among patients with metabolic risk factors (obesity, type 2 diabetes, hypertension, lipidExpand
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[Endocrine changes in liver disease].
Liver diseases have an influence on function and morphology of all endocrine glands. Knowledge of these specific changes is important in correct interpretation of pathological clinical and laboratoryExpand
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[Extraadrenal paraganglioma].
Various symptoms may be present in pheochromocytoma and paraganglioma. The tumor can imitate numbers of diseases and often leads to misdiagnosis. Current advances in laboratory techniquesExpand
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Corrigendum to “Hyponatraemia is an independent predictor of in-hospital mortality” [Eur J Intern Med (2014) 379–382]
Table 2 The results show (in bold) that age above 65 years, dilution hyponatraemia and decreased oral intake as etiologic factors of hyponatraemia, and unsuccessful hyponatraemia correction wereExpand
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