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Morphological basis of clinical Hepatology

Gastroenterology & Hepatology: Open Access
Milyukov VE, Sharifova HM, Sharifov ER


Morphological organization of the liver in humans normally studied at a sufficiently high 
level. The functions of the liver, which play an important role in the regulation of metabolic 
and adaptive processes was researched in detail, but the dynamics of morphological and 
functional changes in the liver in different diseases isn’t studied enough. However, many 
diseases are accompanied by clinical symptoms that may be due to the lack of functional 
activity of the liver.
In the modern world, there is a steady growth of both primary liver diseases and secondary 
liver lesions in diseases of other organs and systems. Detailed knowledge of both 
microanatomy and liver microanatomy, by practitioners and, in particular, by surgeons, 
contribute to the objectification of the choice of treatment tactics and, accordingly, to 
improve the results of patient treatment with liver diseases


liver microanatomy, liver microanatomy, liver diseases, CH, chronic viral hepatitis, AIO, acute intestinal obstruction, SPN, sensory peptidergic nerve fibers, WHO, world health organization