Hepatogenous
Hepatogenic Hep`a*to*gen"ic, Hepatogenous Hep`a*tog"e*nous, a. [Gr. "h^par, "h`patos, the liver + root of gi`gnesthai to be born] (Med.) Arising from the liver; due to a condition of the liver; as, hepatogenic jaundice. [1913 Webster]

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