cirrhosis

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Englisch - Türkisch
(Tıp) Siroz: Karaciğer lobülleri arasındaki bağ dokusunun çoğalması sonucu karaciğerde dejenerasyon (Hanat ve Leinec gibi)
siroz

Alkolle ilgili ölümün dört ana nedeni vardır. Araba kazalarından ya da şiddetten yaralanma biri, karaciğer sirozu, kanser, kalp ve kan sistemi gibi hastalıklar diğerleri. - There are four main causes of alcohol-related death. Injury from car accidents or violence is one. Diseases like cirrhosis of the liver, cancer, heart and blood system diseases are the others.

(isim) siroz
siroza ait
cirrhotic sirozla ilgili
liver cirrhosis
(Tıp) karaciğer sirozu
alcoholic cirrhosis
alkolik siroz
biliary cirrhosis
biliyer siroz
cirrhotic
sirotik
cirrhotic
(Tıp) 1.Siroza ait
cirrhotic
(Tıp) Sirozlu
Englisch - Englisch
A chronic disease of the liver caused by damage from toxins (including alcohol), metabolic problems, hepatitis or nutritional deprivation. It is characterised by an increase of fibrous tissue and the destruction of liver cells
Progressive disease of the liver, characterized by liver cell damage, scarring of the liver, and abnormal liver architecture and function
1 Any diffuse fibrosis which destroys the normal lobular architecture of the liver with destruction and regeneration of hepatic parenchymal cells 2 Interstitial inflammation of any tissue or organ
a chronic problem makes it hard for the liver to remove toxins (poisonous substances) from the body Alcohol, medicines, and other substances may build up in the bloodstream and cause problems Cirrhosis is a result of scarring and damage from other diseases, like biliary atresia and alcoholism
Endstage liver disease characterized by diffuse damage to hepatic parenchymal cells, with nodular regeneration, fibrosis, and disturbance of normal architecture; associated with failure in the function of hepatic cells and interference with blood flow in the liver, frequently resulting in jaundice, portal hypertension, ascites, and ultimately biochemical and functional signs of hepatic failure (Stedman's Medical Dictionary, 2000)
A disease of the liver in which it usually becomes smaller in size and more dense and fibrous in consistence; hence sometimes applied to similar changes in other organs, caused by increase in the fibrous framework and decrease in the proper substance of the organ
A condition where scar rissue develops in the lever - to the extent where such scaring becomes extensive and permanent Cirrhosis interferes with the normal functioning of the liver PCR: PCR (polymerase chain reaction) is a process used to amplify pieces of the genetic make-up of a cell or virus The amplified pieces are then detected and the presence of the virus itself can be determined
A chronic scarring of the liver that can result in hepatic failure, jaundice and death
A type of permanent and progressive liver damage Any chronic liver disease can lead to scarring Cirrhosis is permanent, but its progress can be stopped
Liver disease that involves scarring and damage of the liver cells and interruption of blood flow through the liver
hardening, usually of liver
Scar tissue found in the liver due to disease
A serious liver condition characterized by irreversible scarring of the liver that can lead to liver failure and death Alcohol and chronic viral hepatitis (such as chronic HBV and HCV) can cause continuous inflammation of the liver, which can lead to excess scar formation or fibrosis Scarring results in the loss of liver cells and impairs liver function
Cirrhosis is a process in the liver that is characterized on biopsy as having scarring and nodule formation It is thought to occur following the death of many, many liver cells A simplified explanation is that something hurts the cells of the liver, which then die, leaving a scarred liver A liver with cirrhosis may be small and shrunken, as in the case of cirrhosis due to hepatitis or excessive alcohol, or it may be very much enlarged, as in the case of primary biliary cirrhosis and biliary atresia In all cases it is nodular and firmer than it should be Normal liver is very soft and spongy A liver with cirrhosis is very firm and hard The exact cause of cirrhosis is not known
Cirrhosis of the liver is an irreversible condition in which the liver tissues are replaced by scar tissue as the result of prolonged, chronic abuse of alcohol Consequently, the liver can no longer process toxins efficiently This causes a build up of poisons in the blood This build up is ultimately fatal
Definition: A condition characterized by widespread nodules in the liver combined with fibrosis The fibrosis and nodule formation causes distortion of the normal liver architecture which interferes with blood flow through the liver
{i} disease of the liver (chiefly caused by excess consumption of alcohol)
(suh-ROH-sis) A chronic liver condition caused by scar tissue and cell damage Cirrhosis makes it hard for the liver to remove poisons (toxins) like alcohol and drugs from the blood These toxins build up in the blood and may affect brain function
A disease that affects the liver Scar tissue replaces normal healthy tissue, stopping the liver from working properly It has several causes, but alcoholism is one of the most common Cirrhosis of the liver usually appears after more than ten years of heavy drinking
extensive scarring and destruction of the cells in the liver, often due to excessive alcohol intake
a chronic disease of the liver characterized by nodular regeneration of hepatocytes and diffuse fibrosis It is caused by parenchymal necrosis followed by nodular proliferation of the surviving hepatocytes The regenerating nodules and accompanying fibrosis interfere with blood flow through the liver and result in portal hypertension, hepatic insufficiency, jaundice and ascites
The endpoint of many different kinds of liver disease It involves extensive fibrosis or scarring over throughout the liver Cirrhosis is generally felt to be irreversible Cirrhosis can be broken down into two phases: stable cirrhosis, during which the liver continues to perform its normal functions, and unstable or decompensated cirrhosis, during which the liver is not able to keep up with all of its chores
a long term disease of the liver in which the liver becomes covered with fiber-like tissue
A chronic disease of the liver, characterized by an overgrowth of connective tissue or fibrosis
An inflammation of the liver that can increase the risk of certain kinds of gallstones
Permanent scarring of the liver
Cirrhosis or cirrhosis of the liver is a disease which destroys a person's liver and which can kill them. It is often caused by drinking too much alcohol. a serious disease of the liver, often caused by drinking too much alcohol (kirrhos ; from the appearance of the diseased liver). Degeneration of functioning liver cells and their replacement with fibrous connective tissue, leading to scarring. The most common cause is alcohol abuse with malnutrition. Others include bile duct obstruction, viral infection, toxins, iron or copper accumulation in liver cells, and syphilis. Jaundice, edema, and great abdominal swelling are common in all. Death usually results from internal bleeding or hepatic coma due to blood chemical imbalance
a condition in which the liver becomes scarred, fibrous and filled with fat, thus reducing its ability to function Causes include infection (e g , hepatitis) and excessive alcohol consumption
a chronic disease interfering with the normal functioning of the liver; the major cause is chronic alcoholism
A condition where scar tissue develops in the liver - to the extent where such scarring becomes extensive and permanent Cirrhosis interferes with the normal functioning of the liver
cardiology
biliary cirrhosis
A progressive inflammatory disease of the liver characterized by obstruction of the bile duct
cirrhotic
Pertaining to, caused by, or affected with, cirrhosis; as, cirrhotic degeneration; a cirrhotic liver
cirrhotic
{s} (Medicine) pertaining to cirrhosis (disease of the liver)
cirrhotic
Of, pertaining to, or suffering from cirrhosis
liver cirrhosis
chronic inflammation of the liver (Medicine)
Türkisch - Englisch

Definition von cirrhosis im Türkisch Englisch wörterbuch

Primary Biliary Cirrhosis
(Tıp) Kronik bir karaciğer rahatsızlığı.Yavaş,yavaş karaciğerdeki safra kanallarını tahrib eder.Bu da safra salgılanmasını engeller.Karaciğerin uzun süreli tahrişi,hastalığın sonraki aşamalarında skarlaşma (Scarring) ve siroza yol açabilir
cirrhosis

    Silbentrennung

    cir·rho·sis

    Türkische aussprache

    sırōsıs

    Aussprache

    /sərˈōsəs/ /sɜrˈoʊsəs/

    Etymologie

    [ s&-'rO-s&s ] (noun.) circa 1847. New Latin, from Greek kirrhos orange-colored; akin to Old English hAr gray; more at HOAR.

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