Cholestasis

Definition of Cholestasis:

Cessation or suppression of bile flow.

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Liver Detoxification / Support Requirement

...the condition
“...The congested or sluggish liver is characterized by a diminished bile flow, a condition known in medical terms as cholestasis, while impaired hepatic detoxification refers to decreased phase I and/or phase II enzyme activity...”

Liver Function Test Requirement

...the condition
“...hepatitis, toxins, cirrhosis), biliary obstruction, cholestasis, dehydration, diabetes insipidus, cystic fibrosis, leukemia, alcoholic cirrhosis, Hodgkin's disease, malnutrition, nephrotic syndrome, multiple myeloma, inflammatory bowel disease,...”
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Vaginal Itching

...the condition
“...Causes of itchy skin in general can include ... During pregnancy, a liver abnormality called intrahepatic cholestasis (pooling of bile salts)...”

Vitamin E Requirement

...the condition
“...These diseases include cystic fibrosis, pancreatitis, and cholestasis (bile-flow obstruction)...”
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Vitamin K Requirement

...the condition
“...These diseases include cystic fibrosis, celiac disease, and cholestasis...”
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