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Acute and chronic liver insufficiency

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Abstract

The term “liver insufficiency” denotes a break down in the functions of the liver. The syndrome of functional liver failure covers a wide spectrum of clinical, biochemical and neurophysiological changes. In principle, liver insufficiency can occur without previous liver damage as well as with already existing liver disease. It is characterized by a deterioration in the synthesizing, regulatory and detoxifying function of the liver. This final stage of liver disease terminates in hepatic coma.

Keywords

Liver Trans Plantation Acute Liver Failure Trans Plantation Auxiliary Partial Orthotopic Liver Transplantation Patic Failure 
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