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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : HPS / Hepatoportal sclerosis

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Abbreviation:   HPS  (>> Co-occurring Abbreviation)
Long Form:   Hepatoportal sclerosis
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2016 Hepatoportal sclerosis related to the use of herbals and nutritional supplements. Causality or coincidence? NCIPH
2013 Hepatoportal sclerosis in childhood: descriptive analysis of 12 patients. ---
2013 Liver failure and the need for transplantation in 6 patients with hepatoportal sclerosis. ---
2012 Adams-Oliver syndrome and portal hypertension: fortuitous association or common mechanism? AOS, GI, MPS, PH
2012 Hepatoportal sclerosis clinical different evolutionary stages: presentation of 3 cases and literature review. ---
2012 Hepatoportal sclerosis in childhood: some presenting with cholestatic features (a re-evaluation of 12 children). PH
2012 The involvement of nitric oxide in the physiopathology of hepatoportal sclerosis. NO, NOx, NPV, PPV
2011 Elevated levels of circulating angiotensin converting enzyme in patients with hepatoportal sclerosis. ACE, RAS
2011 The development of hepatoportal sclerosis and portal hypertension due to didanosine use in HIV. ddI, FDA, HIV
10  2009 Noncirrhotic portal hypertension: another cause of liver disease in HIV patients. ART, HIV, NCPH, NRH
11  2008 Liver failure and the need for transplantation in three patients with hepatoportal sclerosis. ---
12  2007 Clinical features, serum interleukin-6, and interferon-gamma levels of 34 turkish patients with hepatoportal sclerosis. IFN, IL
13  2007 Hepatoportal sclerosis as a cause of noncirrhotic portal hypertension in patients with HIV. NRH
14  2007 Liver failure and need for liver transplantation in patients with advanced hepatoportal sclerosis. LT
15  2005 Adams-Oliver syndrome and hepatoportal sclerosis: occasional association or common mechanism? AOS