Liver Damage

Some articles on liver damage, liver:

Kava Kava - Side Effects and Safety - Reports of Liver Damage and Regulation
... There were allegations of liver toxicity in some people who had used dietary supplements containing kava extract (but not in anyone who had drunk kava the traditional way) ... The allegations of liver damage consequently prompted action of many regulatory agencies in European countries where the legal precautionary ... and its possibly adverse side effects (specifically severe liver toxicity), as has the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) ...
Glutamate Dehydrogenase - Clinical Application
... GLDH can be measured in a medical laboratory to evaluate the liver function ... Elevated blood serum GLDH levels indicate liver damage and GLDH plays an important role in the differential diagnosis of liver disease, especially in combination with aminotransferases ... generalised inflammatory diseases of the liver such as viral hepatitides ...
Leflunomide - Side-effects
... Most serious is symptomatic liver damage ranging from jaundice to hepatitis, which can be fulminant, severe liver necrosis, and liver cirrhosis ... Liver function studies may or may not precede the outbreak of clinical disease ... The total incidence of severe liver damage is estimated to be as high as 0.5%, according to an internal report of the FDA ...
Crazy Fox - Adverse Effects - Herbalife and Liver Disease
... products after four persons using Herbalife's products were found to have liver problems ... were unable to establish a link between the product and the eight cases of liver damage ... Ministry of Health did not establish a causal relationship between the product and liver ailments ...

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