Hepatology: Principles and Practice by Professor Dr. med. Dr. med. h. c. Erwin Kuntz, Hans-Dieter

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10- 20% of total haem synthesis) (s. tab. 5 urine nmoU24 hr uroporphyrin coproporphyrin bica rbox yporphyri n 4 - 29 21-119 0-1 stool /lmoUg uroporphyrin coproporphyrin protoporphyrin 1-5 5-37 20-150 Tab. 3: Reference values of porphyrins and their precursors in urine and stools for differential diagnosis of porphyria References: 16, 17 I. Glycocholic acid 2. Taurocholic acid 3. Glycochenodeoxycholic acid 4. Taurochenodeoxycholic acid = ca. 72% conjugated primary bile acid 24% 12% 24% 12% ~ The secondary bile acids result from the activity of anaerobic intestinal microorganisms in the ileum, caecum and colon.

Having the lowest oxygen supply, this area has the least resistance to damaging influences, particularly with regard to oxygen deficiency, and it has the lowest regenerative capacity. It has also been postulated that the two halves of zone 2 can be added to zones 1 and 3, respectively, because zone 2 has no separate functional boundaries of its own. (14) • Zones A, B, C form concentric circles round the periportal field, which have a similarly decreasing quality of blood supply. e. -4lj~ . ; " 11'.

The normal human liver cell. Cytochemical and ultrastructural studies. Amer. 1. Path. 1971; 62: 353-376 33. : A dynamic and static study of hepatic arterioles and hepatic sphincters. Amer. 1. Anat. 1966; 119: 455-477 34. : Cell heterogeneity within the hepatic lobule of the rat: staining reactions. 1. Histochem. Cytochem. 1959; 7: 240-244 35. : Corset liver. 1. Clin. Gastroenterol. 1985; 7: 361-368 36. : Symptomatic accessory lobe of liver with a review of the literature. Postgrad. Med. 1. 1976; 52: 234-236 37.

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