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[Alcoholic lesions of the liver (morphology and several questions concerning pathogenesis)].

Lebedev SP, Potekaeva MA, Mukhin AS.
PMID: 1131059
Arkh Patol. 1975;37(2):54-62.

On the basis of morphological studies of 130 puncture material of the liver in 100 patients with chronic alcoholism the three morphological forms of its lesion were identified: dystrophic changes in hepacytes; alcoholic hepatitis (acute and chronic); cirrhosis of...

The chronic hepatotoxic, tumor-promoting, and carcinogenic effects of acetaminophen in male B6C3F1 mice.

Hagiwara A, Ward JM.
PMID: 3781128
Fundam Appl Toxicol. 1986 Oct;7(3):376-86. doi: 10.1016/0272-0590(86)90087-4.

Acetaminophen (ACT), the most commonly used analgesic and antipyretic in the United States, was previously demonstrated to be a hepatocarcinogen in one mouse study but not in rats. In order to help elucidate the potential mechanisms of carcinogenesis by...

The aetiology of primary liver cancer in the Bantu.

Torres FO, Purchase IF, Van der Watt JJ.
PMID: 4323932
J Pathol. 1970 Nov;102(3):163-9. doi: 10.1002/path.1711020306.

No abstract available.

[The effects of flavonoids on rat liver during chronic palloidin intoxication/Morphological and biochemical studies (author's transl)].

Wünsch PH, Heine WD.
PMID: 583224
Arzneimittelforschung. 1979;29(10):1570-4.

Continuous intraperitoneal administration of phalloidin (0.5 mg/kg body weight/day) leads to an alteration of intracellular contractile acto-myosinfilaments in rat liver. The hepatocytes show an accumulation of fibrillar material with some loss of contractile function of the pericanalicular web. Biochemically...

[Proceedings: Reconstruction studies of histologic findings in chronic active hepatitis (CAH) and alcohol hepatitis (AH) with special reference to the relationship of liver cell necroses to intrahepatic vessels].

Ohta W, Inoue T, Fukuhara J, Kubota M, Uhida M, Itoshima T, Shimada Y, Bode JC, Martini GA.
PMID: 960923
Z Gastroenterol. 1976 Mar;14:233.

No abstract available.

Ultrastructure of experimental cocaine hepatotoxicity.

Gottfried MR, Kloss MW, Graham D, Rauckman EJ, Rosen GM.
PMID: 3957236
Hepatology. 1986 Mar-Apr;6(2):299-304. doi: 10.1002/hep.1840060224.

Cocaine is a potent hepatotoxin in mice. It is converted in the liver by a minor oxidative pathway to the active metabolite, norcocaine nitroxide. Previous studies have shown evidence of a lipid peroxidative mechanism of toxicity, including increased conjugated...

Salicylate hepatotoxicity.

Koppes GM, Arnett FC.
PMID: 4415672
Postgrad Med. 1974 Oct;56(4):193-5. doi: 10.1080/00325481.1974.11713882.

No abstract available.

Halothane hepatitis--a report of five cases.

Paull A, Grant AK.
PMID: 4852220
Med J Aust. 1974 Jun 15;1(24):954-7. doi: 10.5694/j.1326-5377.1974.tb93458.x.

No abstract available.

[Liver lesions induced by dihydralazine and propranolol].

Kunze KD, Porst H, Lohmann J, Tschöpel L.
PMID: 3984541
Zentralbl Allg Pathol. 1985;130(1):19-29.

The antihypertensive drugs dihydralazine and propranolol can produce identical liver injuries which must be distinguished clinically and morphologically from acute viral hepatitis. In 19 cases selected from our biopsy file during the last two years, clinical and morphological findings...

Fansidar and hepatic granulomas.

Lazar HP, Murphy RL, Phair JP.
PMID: 3985527
Ann Intern Med. 1985 May;102(5):722. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-102-5-722_1.

No abstract available.

On the protective action of zinc against experimental liver damage due to choline free diet or carbon tetrachloride.

Saldeen T.
PMID: 5387555
Z Gesamte Exp Med. 1969;150(3):251-9. doi: 10.1007/BF02044430.

No abstract available.

Alcoholic steatonecrosis. II. Prospective study of prevalence of Mallory bodies in biopsy speciemens and comparison of severity of hepatic disease in patients with and without this histological feature.

Birschbach HR, Harinasuta U, Zimmerman HJ.
PMID: 4364184
Gastroenterology. 1974 Jun;66(6):1195-1202.

No abstract available.

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