By Gerbail T. Krishnamurthy MBBS, MS, FACP, FACNP, Shakuntala Krishnamurthy BSc, MBBS (auth.)
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1 summarizes the mechanisms and associated carrier proteins that play a part in transport substances from blood into the hepatocyte and finally into bile canaliculi. Movement of sodium in and out of the hepatocyte is an important step in the uptake and excretion of solutes by the hepatocyte. Bilirubin transport from blood into the hepatocyte and then into the canaliculi is mediated by a saturable process and it competes with other organic anions . e Protein Secretion Liver is the main source of plasma proteins, albumin and globulins.
In moderate parenchymal liver disease, the radiocolloid uptake by the liver decreases and the uptake by the spleen and bone marrow increases. 1 Morphology and Physiology Imaging Agents ly obtained with CT, or ultrasound, radiocolloid imaging is chosen primarily for delineating the functional characteristics of the lesion that has already been detected with one of the other imaging modalities. Radiocolloid spleen imaging is often obtained for accurate measurement of spleen size in the diagnosis of polycythemia rubra vera and other myeloproliferative disorders.
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