Journal of the Korean Pediatric Society 1981;24(3):257-270.
Published online March 15, 1981.
Hepatorenal Syndrome.
Kyo Sun Kim1, Young Mo Sohn1, Jung Soo Kim1, Jae Seung Lee1, Pyung Kil Kim1, Tae Jung Kwon2, In Jun Choi2
1Department of Pediatrics, Yonset University College of Medicine
2Department of Pathology
간신 증후군
김교순1, 손영모1, 김정수1, 이재승1, 김병길1, 권태정2, 최인준2
1연세의대 소아과학교실
2연세의대 병리학교실
Hepatorenal syndrome is generally urged, at least until specific interrelationships between the two organs are confirmed by experimental and clinical data. Case I was a 11 year old boy, who had been suffered from acute fulminant viral hepatitis, which had developed acute hepatic necrosis associated with acute renal failure. Cass H was a 10 year old girl, who was performed corrective heart surgery for ASD, secondum type under Methoxyflurane anesthesia. Liver and kidney function just after operation decreased persistently. The patient deceased on the 11th postop. day. Necropsy findings of liver and kidney disclosed submassive central necrosis of liver and acute tubular necrosis, toxic type. Case III was a 17 year old boy who was performed corrective open heart surgery for TOF under the Halothane anesthesia. On the postop. 1st day, hepatocellular and renal dysfunction developed and peritoneal dialysis performed. He died on the postop. 3rd day. Liver and kidney necropsy material showed massive hemorrhagic necrosis and acute tubular necrosis,ischemic type.
Key Words: Hepatorenal syndrome

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