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Wybrane adipocytokiny i ich potencjalne zastosowanie w kontroli przebiegu przewlekłego wirusowego zapalenia wątroby typu B i C

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Selected adipocytokines and their potential role in the control of the course of chronic hepatitis B and C
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Chronic hepatitis B and C are among the most common liver diseases. A prolonged necroinflammatory process may lead to life-threatening complications although in some cases the liver condition remains stable for many years. Due to its unpredictable prognosis, a great deal of research has been carried out to find additional factors that modify the course of these diseases. Adipocytokines, substances secreted mainly by adipose tissue cells, have become the object of various studies due to their pluripotent impact. This paper aims to present the interrelationship of selected adipo-cytokines and hepatitis B and C, as well as the potential use of this knowledge in medical practice.
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Przewlekłe wirusowe zapalenie wątroby (WZW) typu B i C należą do najczęstszych chorób wątroby. Długotrwały proces martwiczo-zapalny może prowadzić do groźnych dla życia powikłań, choć u niektórych pacjentów stan wątroby jest stabilny przez wiele lat. Ze względu na zróżnicowane rokowanie w przebiegu przewlekłego wirusowego zapalenia wątroby (PWZW) typu B i C, poszukuje się obecnie dodatkowych czynników hamujących postęp tych chorób. Obiektem wielu badań stały się adipocytokiny, substancje o wielokierunkowym oddziaływaniu, wytwarzane m.in. przez komórki tkanki tłuszczowej. W pracy przedstawiono wzajemne zależności wybranych adipocytokin i WZW typu B i C oraz potencjalne wykorzystanie tej wiedzy w praktyce lekarskiej.
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