The hepatic diverticula, whatever may be their primitive form, grow into a special thickening of the splanchnic mesoblast.
It is applicable in cardiac dropsy as well as in hepatic cases.
Some general distension of abdomen with complete disappearance of hepatic dulness.
The bark of the root is used in medicine as a hepatic stimulant.
Many physiologists have indeed made the insulated remark, that the dark complexion has much to do with the hepatic secretion.
Such a case will then present the phenomena of hepatic abscess.
Rouis gives the result in 30 cases of hepatic abscess discharging by the right lung; of these 15 recovered.
The membranous hood or covering of the capsule in hepatic and Mosses.
It arises from an equally world-wide form of hepatic malady.
The ramifications of the hepatic artery distributed to this cellular envelope; 3.
late 14c., epatike, from Old French hepatique or directly from Latin hepaticus "pertaining to the liver," from Greek hepatikos, from hepar (genitive hepatos) "liver" (see hepatitis). As a noun, "medicine for the liver," from late 15c.
hepatic he·pat·ic (hĭ-pāt'ĭk)
Of, relating to, or resembling the liver.
Acting on or occurring in the liver.