English to Japanese Meaning :: hepatic

Hepatic :
- 肝
 

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Noun(1) any of numerous small green nonvascular plants of the class Hepaticopsida growing in wet places and resembling green seaweeds or leafy mosses
Adjective(1) pertaining to or affecting the liver

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(1) The combination of gastrointestinal haemorrhage and hepatic encephalopathy indicates a poor prognosis.(2) Hepatorenal syndrome occurs in patients with chronic liver disease and advanced hepatic failure.(3) The smaller bile ducts converge within the liver to form the hepatic duct outside the liver.(4) Nonalcoholic fatty liver is defined as hepatic steatosis in the absence of alcohol use or another chronic liver disease.(5) Liver metastases frequently present with multiple hepatic lesions on diagnosis.
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(1) hepatic portal vein ::
肝門静脈
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1. liverwort ::
ゼニゴケ
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