Medical Definition of Hepatic failure

1. A condition of severe end-stage liver dysfunction that is accompanied by a decline in mental status that may range from confusion (hepatic encephalopathy) to unresponsiveness (hepatic coma). Other features include a mousy odour to the breath, difficulty with balance and walking, tremor and impaired speech. (27 Sep 1997)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hepatic Failure

hepatectomy
hepatic
hepatic adenoma
hepatic air
hepatic amoebiasis
hepatic arteries
hepatic artery
hepatic branches of vagus nerve
hepatic capsulitis
hepatic colic
hepatic coma
hepatic cords
hepatic cysts
hepatic duct
hepatic encephalopathy
hepatic failure (current term)
hepatic fistula
hepatic flexure
hepatic function impairment
hepatic infantilism
hepatic insufficiency
hepatic intermittent fever
hepatic laminae
hepatic lobe
hepatic lobule
hepatic lymph nodes
hepatic necrosis
hepatic obstruction
hepatic plexus
hepatic porphyria

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