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Alterations in the Hepatobiliary/GI Systems

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You'll learn terms associated with the liver, gallbladder, and gastrointestinal system.

Created Date 05.04.15
Last Updated 05.04.15
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  • Absence of some or all of the major biliary ducts, resulting in obstruction of bile flow. (2 words)
  • Removal of blocked bile ducts/gallbladder and replacing them with a section of small intestine (2 words)
  • Transmitted via blood/body fluids, treatment may include interferon & antivirals; Vaccine available (2 words)
  • Fecal-oral route, vaccine available, usually requires no treatment (2 words)
  • Blood to blood transmission. High incidence among IV drug users. No vaccine available. (2 words)
  • Type of cirrhosis caused by chronic biliary obstruction.
  • Type of cirrhosis caused by alcoholism
  • Type of cirrhosis caused by viral hepatitis and toxins
  • Distended/tortuous esophageal veins (2 words)
  • Indicated by sudden oliguria, increased BUN/creatinine, decreased Na excretion (2 words)
  • Yellowing of the eyes caused by excess bilirubin
  • Bad breath caused by liver dysfunction (2 words)
  • Hand tremors caused by liver dysfunction
  • Fluid accumulation within the peritoneal cavity
  • Removal of ascites fluid via a drain
  • Disease caused by an intolerance to gluten (2 words)
  • Skin manifestation of celiac disease (2 words)
  • Lack of a liver enzyme required to digest phenylalanine
  • Mandatory test for all infants to assess for PKU. (2 words)
  • Edema and bruising surrounding the umbilicus, associated with pancreatitis (2 words)
  • Bruising of the flank, associated with pancreatitis. (2 words)
  • Site on lower-right abdomen, pain here indicative of appendicitis (2 words)
  • Malabsorption, excessive fluid/electrolyte losses caused by colon resection. (3 words)