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What pathologic changes will most likely lead to the death of hepatocytes and liver cirrhosis?

You are asked to review a liver biopsy from a patient with a history of alcohol abuse.

 

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Asked by Rosssweetie, Last updated: Nov 24, 2020

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krubootore

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Answered Mar 31, 2017

The pathologic changes most likely to lead to death of hepatocytes and liver cirrhosis are fatty change in hepatocytes.
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John Adney

John Adney

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Answered Jan 12, 2017

Fatty change in hepatocytes.
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kabwelamkimya

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Answered Nov 27, 2016

Fatty change in hepatocytes
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John Smith

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Answered Oct 24, 2016

Karyolysis in myocardial cells
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Replied on Oct 14, 2020

Can you explain how karyolysis of myocardial cells leads to death of hepatocytes? Thanks

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