Hepato-Nephrology and Pathology

While kidney histology is normal in HRS, liver pathology is changed. The most typical cause of HRS is liver cirrhosis, which has the appearance of chicken wire on a trichrome stain. The results of laboratory testing on susceptible individuals are used to make the diagnosis of hepatorenal syndrome.

A life-threatening medical illness known as hepato-renal syndrome (HRS) is characterized by a fast decline in kidney function in people with cirrhosis or  fulminant liver failure. Unless a liver transplant is performed, HRS is typically deadly. However, some treatments, such as dialysis, can stop the disease from progressing.

HRS can affect people who have cirrhosis, severe alcoholic hepatitis, or liver failure. It typically happens when liver function declines quickly because of a sudden insult like an infection, gastrointestinal hemorrhage, or excessive use of diureticsWhile kidney histology is normal in HRS, liver pathology is changed. The most typical cause of HRS is liver cirrhosis, which has the appearance of chicken wire on a trichrome stain. The results of laboratory testing on susceptible individuals are used to make the diagnosis of hepatorenal syndrome.

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