Hepatitic Pathology

Histological studies of liver biopsy in nonfatal cases prior to the treatment showed fat building up within the hepatocytes, bile duct endothelium, epithelium and kupffer cells which contains the portal macrophages.  The nonfatal forms are classified as acute, persistent, or recurrent. Whereas the fatal forms include fulminant viral hepatitis, sub chronic (sub-acute) atrophy, and posthepatitic cirrhosis. The liver plays as the filtration ground of absorbed intestinal luminal contents that are particularly susceptible to microbial antigens.


  • Transudative Ascites
  • Cholestasis
  • Centrilobular Necrosis

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