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#Ayurvedic treatment of fatty #liver – real world evidence: A #Thread
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Overweight woman, early 40’s. Routine liver tests, mild enzyme abnormalities. Advised #ultrasound liver, showed grade 2 #fattyliver. GP advised vitaminE and #weightloss, review in 3mo
#livertwitter
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Patient and husband doubtful. Hears fatty liver disease can lead to #cirrhosis. Seeks advice from #Ayurvedic practitioner nearby #home since #Herbal #DRUGS = safe. Assures complete #cure through #Ayurveda. Prescribes multiple #medicines, advises almost all foods restriction.
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Lets look at medicines. #tablet APFIL. Packet mentions ‘for liver #diseases’. Which liver disease? There is #alcohol related, #hepatitis B/C, #NAFLD, primary biliary #cholangitis and more causes. Nine #herbs extract combo - clinical #evidence on safety and benefit ❌
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#Reporte #COVID19 Hoy fue la semana en la que atendí a la mayor cantidad de casos (todos ambulatorios) y puedo compartir lo siguiente:
1.- El #cuadroclínico NO necesariamente es #respiratorio.
2.- Hay muchos casos que inician con mal estar gastrointestinal. 👇👇(va el hilo)
* No sólo es diarrea, puede terminar en un cuadro de abdomen agudo por #necrosis intestinal por #trombosis (@carrillo_jc1101)
3.- Los pacientes cursan con la #tos característica, la cual no necesariamente es productiva, es más #irritativa, aunque si expectoran.
4.- El malestar general se acompaña de dolor semejante al producido por #traumatismos musculares principalmente en #muslos y en piernas y pies similares a dolores #neuropáticos.
5.- Hay una #cefalea (dolor de cabeza) intensa que genera #fotofobia (la luz les irrita) y postración.
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Necrosis = cell death (unlike apoptosis, it does not occur naturally and is not programmed)

This short #Tweetorial shows you some of the histologic flavors of necrosis. The stain in each of these pics is hematoxylin-eosin (H&E)

#pathology #pulmpath #pathtweetorial
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First a question to test your knowledge. Necrosis with large numbers of neutrophils is called:
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And now a few examples. Necrosis in colorectal carcinoma is often described as “dirty” because it contains nuclear debris. This makes it look purplish instead of pink.

#gipath #MedEd
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