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81. Product Abstract:Branch Chain Amino Acids
The value of the portalsystemic encephalopathy index was chosen as main outcome tools applied in patients with the hepatocerebral syndrome is likely to
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Oral supplementation with branched-chain amino acids improves transthyretin turnover in rats with carbon tetrachloride-induced liver cirrhosis Overview of randomized clinical trials of oral branched-chain amino acid treatment in chronic hepatic encephalopathy Leucine metabolism in rats with cirrhosis. Nutrient-induced thermogenesis and protein-sparing effect by rapid infusion of a branched chain-enriched amino acid solution to cirrhotic patients. ... Alanylglutamine-enriched total parenteral nutrition improves protein metabolism more than branched chain amino acid-enriched total parenteral nutrition in protracted peritonitis
Oral supplementation with branched-chain amino acids improves transthyretin turnover in rats with carbon tetrachloride-induced liver cirrhosis Journal of Nutrition (USA), 1996, 126/5 (1412-1420)
Overview of randomized clinical trials of oral branched-chain amino acid treatment in chronic hepatic encephalopathy Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition (USA), 1996, 20/2 (159-164)

82. Diseases And Conditions - Infectious Diseases Medical Reference - MedicineOnline
AIDS/HIV • Bovine Spongiform encephalopathy • Candidiasis Chronicacquired (nonWilsonian) hepatocerebral degeneration - hepatocerebral degeneration
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  • 83. Diseases And Conditions - Digestive Disorders Medical Reference - MedicineOnline
    Chronic acquired (nonWilsonian) hepatocerebral degeneration - hepatocerebral encephalopathy - hepatic - Hepatic encephalopathy encephalopathy
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  • 84. Hepatic Encephalopathy - 12 Articles - Part A
    Hepatic encephalopathy 12 articles - Part A In conclusion, MRI and MRSexamine different aspects of hepatocerebral disease.
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    86. Current Opinion In Organ Transplantation - UserLogin
    A subclinical form of hepatic encephalopathy has also been identified in with cirrhosis a distinct subset of acquired hepatocerebral degeneration.
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    87. NEJM Treatment Of Hepatic Encephalopathy
    Hepatic encephalopathy is a complex neuropsychiatric syndrome that may occur in such Improvement in chronic hepatocerebral degeneration following liver

    88. Brain -- Sign In Page
    associated with combined infantile fatal encephalopathy and hepatopathy. To our knowledge, this is the first case of earlyonset hepatocerebral MDS
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    Infantile hepatocerebral syndromes associated with mutations in the mitochondrial...
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    90. Dictionary_ka
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    91. Entrez PubMed
    I. Clinical and pathological findings of four cases of special type of hepatocerebralencephalopathy with hemochromatosis Article in Japanese Saito A.

    92. Hepatic Encephalopathy Topic - Unified Search Environment
    coma hepaticum AOD/NP/0000023620 portacaval encephalopathy AOD/NP/0000023625hepatocerebral syndrome AOD/NP/0000023623`Hepatic Encephalopathy`/home.h
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    93. Final Diagnosis -- Case 47
    Fraser CL, Arieff AI (1985) Hepatic encephalopathy. Chronic acquiredhepatocerebral degeneration Case report and new insights.
    Brain Pathology Case of the Month - February 2000
    FINAL DIAGNOSIS: Acquired (Non-Wilsonian) hepatocerebral degeneration with "shunt myelopathy" DISCUSSION: It is well known that patients with severe liver disease may suffer from a reversible neurologic condition known as hepatic encephalopathy [1,6]. Some of these patients suffer from a more permanent neurologic disorder, particularly if they have surgically induced or spontaneous porto-systemic shunts and experience episodes of severe hepatic encephalopathy with coma. Victor, Adams, et al. reported the features of AHCD in detail in a series of 27 cases [14]. These symptoms and signs included progressive dementia, dysarthria, involuntary movements (including tremor, asterixis, and choreoathetosis), ataxia of limb and gait, and mild pyramidal tract signs, typically in a patient with severe hepatic disease and recurrent episodes of coma. Less commonly reported is a progressive spastic myelopathy in association with AHCD [4,12]. Only about 15 cases have been reported in the world literature with detailed pathological descriptions [2,3,7,9,13]. The present case report has several distinctive features. Whereas most reported cases resulted from a surgically created porto-systemic shunt as a treatment for cirrhosis, a few other cases, including this one, are thought to result from spontaneously created shunts (e.g., varices) with the same functional consequences. The published cases usually had Alzheimer II cells in the brain, but only a few had the severe spongy degeneration in the deep cortex illustrated here. Recently, hepatocerebral degeneration has occasionally been documented in vivo by MRI [8,9]. Few electron microscopic studies of human Alzheimer II cells and hepatocerebral degeneration have been published [5,11]. The present report suggests that the vacuolation results from the disruption of astrocytes.

    94. Clinical Geriatrics
    Psychotic symptoms may occur in the context of a delirium in acute hepaticencephalopathy or in a dementia of chronic hepatocerebral degeneration.

    95. CJNS - Alcoholic Dementia
    MarchiafavaBignami, pellagrous encephalopathy, and acquired hepatocerebraldegeneration ˆ have a close association with chronic alcoholism.
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    Alcoholic Dementia
    Maurice Victor
    Abstract: Can. J. Neurol. Sci. 1994; 21: 88-99
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