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  • [Cytochemistry of bile canaliculi in rats with experimental obstructive jaundice]. [Journal Article]
    Zhonghua Bing Li Xue Za Zhi 1990; 19(3):221-3Zhang LB
  • The enzymic activities of hepatocytes, especially the bile canaliculi, of rats with experimental obstructive jaundice were studied by using electron microscopic cytochemistry. Common hepatic duct was ligated in rats, and liver tissue was taken from these animals 4 days after the operation for comparison with that of normal rats. The main results of this experiment were as follows: (1) Lumens of b…
  • Dacarbazine (DTIC)-induced human liver damage light and electron-microscopic findings. [Case Reports]
    Hepatogastroenterology 1983; 30(3):93-5Dancygier H, Runne U, … Classen M
  • The first electron-microscopic description of DTIC-induced human liver injury is presented. A 61-year-old man developed signs of hepatic failure during the second treatment cycle with DTIC for malignant melanoma. Light-microscopic examination revealed extensive centrilobular liver necrosis. Terminal hepatic venules did not show any signs of vasculitis or thrombosis and there was a lack of inflamm…
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