PH 5: Gallbladder & Liver - 28 vials - $99
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Name
Alternative Name
Description
PH501 Abscess, liver a condition where there is a pus-filled cavity in the liver secondary to a bacterial infection
PH502 Acute yellow atrophy, liver a severe usually fatal disorder in which the liver degenerates and is reduced in size as a result of toxic chemicals, infection, or other agents
PH503 Adenocarcinoma, fatty infiltrations, liver cancer of the liver with abnormal accumulation of fat droplets in the cytoplasm of cells
PH504 Adenocarcinoma, gallbladder cancer originating in the cells lining the gallbladder
PH505 Adenocarcinoma, hepatic metastasis a malignant tumor originating in glandular epithelium, metastastised to liver
PH506 Biliary cirrhosis, liver cirrhosis of the liver due to inflammation or obstruction of the bile ducts resulting in the accumulation of bile in the liver
PH507 Biliary obstruction, liver blockage of the bile ducts that can occur as a result of stones, tumours, bile duct inflammation, bile duct cysts, trauma, etc.
PH508 Carcinoid, secondary, liver a cancer in the liver metastasised as a result of one in the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract
PHR09 Carcinoma, secondary, liver a carcinoma that has metastasised in the liver as a result of one elsewhere in the body
PH510 Cholecystitis, chronic active, gallbladder inflammation of the gallbladder that occurs most commonly because of obstruction of the cystic duct
PH511 Fatty degeneration, liver steatosis abnormal formation of microscopically visible droplets of fat in the cytoplasm of cells of the liver, as a result of injury
PH512 Gallbladder the pear-shaped organ found below the liver that concentrates and stores bile
PH513 Hemangioma, liver haemangioma a tangle of abnormal vessels that forms an abnormal communication between the arterial and venous systems, in this case of the liver
PH514 Hepatic septic infarcts an area of necrosis resulting from vascular obstruction due to emboli comprised of clumps of bacteria or infected material, in this case in the liver
PH515 Hepatoma a liver tumor (usually malignant)
PH516 Inflammation, chronic, gallbladder chronic inflammation of the gallbladder
PH517 Liver the largest organ in the body; carries out many important functions, e.g. making bile, changing food into energy, and cleaning alcohol and poisons from the blood
PH518 Liver congestion, fatty degeneration, cloudy swelling swelling of liver cells due to injury to the membranes leading to an an accumulation of intracellular water; also abnormal formation of microscopically visible droplets of fat in the cytoplasm of the cells
PH519 Liver, cloudy swelling, dilation of capillaries swelling of liver cells due to injury to the membranes leading to an an accumulation of intracellular water; also showing capillaries dilating
PH520 Necrosis, sub acute, liver dying tissue, showing characteristics between acute and chronic
PH521 Papillary tumour, gallbladder a tumour shaped like a small mushroom with its stem attached to the inner lining of the gallbladder
PH522 Sarcoma, secondary melanotic, liver a secondary cancer in the liver that has metastasised as a result of one in the supportive tissues such as bone, cartilage, fat or muscle
PH523 Syphilitic cirrhosis, liver widespread disruption of normal liver structure by syphilis
PH524 Tuberculosis, miliary, liver acute tuberculosis in which minute tubercles are formed in the liver by tubercle bacilli usually spread by way of the blood
PH525 Tumour, malignant, gallbladder a cancerous tumour in the gallbladder
PH526 Venous congestion, early, liver early signs of overfilling and distention of the veins with blood as a result of mechanical obstruction or heart problems
PH527 Venous congestion, late chronic, liver extensive overfilling and distention of the veins with blood as a result of mechanical obstruction or heart problems
PH528 Weil's disease, liver Spirochaetosis liver showing signs of infection by leptospira with an illness whose symptoms include chills, fever, muscle pain, and hepatitis