[Club100] Le Foie, Un Organe Noble Utilisé pour le Diagnostic des Maladie. Par @fonjougiresse

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Bonjour mes chères Steemians, aujourd'hui je fait les choses pas comme les autres fois. Aujourd'hui j'écris mon poste en français. C'est je vais vous faire un petit abstract (partie anglais du résumé).
Alor je vais vous faire un petit résumé sur le foie suivis par une brève introduction.

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RESUME

Le foie est un organe qui remplit trois fonctions vitales indispensables dans notre organisme : la détoxification, la synthèse et le stockage. Lors de la détoxication ou biotransformation des médicaments ou xénobiotique, le foie est exposé à l’intoxication.

L’hépato toxicité peut se faire de divers mécanismes biochimiques tels que : dysfonctionnement de mitochondrie, inflammation immunitaire, interférence génétique. Les enzymes produits par le foie comme les transaminases (ALAT, ASAT), G-GT, phosphatase alcaline et les protéines telles que l’albumine et la bilirubine peuvent être utilisées comme des marqueurs biochimiques pour évaluer respectivement les dommages et le fonctionnement du foie.

ABSTRACT

The liver is an organ that fulfills three essential vital functions of our organism: detoxification, synthesis and storage. When detoxifying or biotransforming drugs or xenobiotics, the liver is exposed to intoxication. Hepatotoxicity can be achieved by various biochemical mechanisms such as mitochondrial dysfunction, immune inflammation, genetic interference.

Liver-derived enzymes such as transaminases (ALT, ASAT), G-GT, alkaline phosphatase, and proteins such as albumin and bilirubin can be used as biochemical markers to evaluate liver damage and the function of the liver respectively.

INTRODUCTION

Le foie est un organe central qui assure des fonctions essentielles à l’homéostasie de l’organisme et c’est un des organes les plus polyvalents et le plus complexe de l’organisme. Il est situé dans le coin droit supérieur de l’abdomen, au-dessus de l’estomac, le rein droit et l’intestin sous le diaphragme et elle effectue plus de 500 fonctions métaboliques vitales.

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Le rôle central joué par le foie dans l'élimination et la transformation des produits chimiques l'expose à des lésions toxiques qui se caractérisent généralement par l’Hépatotoxiques. Plusieurs mécanismes d’hépato toxicité peuvent expliquer pourquoi les hépatocytes peuvent subir des dommages parfois irréversibles.

Plusieurs enzymes importantes dans les relations de l’organisme sont produites par le foie et sont normalement retrouvée dans les cellules hépatites. Lorsque le foie est endommagé ces enzymes hépatites sont déversées en grande partie dans la circulation sanguine causant ainsi une élévation de leurs concentrations dans la circulation sanguine.

Ces enzymes peuvent être utilisées comme des marqueurs biochimique ((ALAT, ASAT, bilirubine, phosphate alcaline ou ALP, gamma-GT, aluminerie) pour évaluer les dommages des cellules hépatiques, en d’autres termes pour évaluer l’état du foie.Il sera donc question d’étudier la fonction du foie et les dysfonctionnements associés notamment l’hépatotoxicité en énumérant les différents marqueurs de ses derniers, également d’expliquer les mécanismes biochimiques de l’analyse de la fonction hépatique.

We stop here for today and we continue with our article next time.

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Upvoted! Thank you for supporting witness @jswit.
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wow, merci de partager cette connaissance salvatrice avec nous. Le foie est l'une des parties délicates qui, si elles ne sont pas bien entretenues, peuvent raccourcir notre vie sur terre.

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Le français la va sortir par force🤗

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Exactement. Le foie est le seule organ qui biotransforme ou qui detoxifies l'organisme alor imagine un seul instant que le foie est défectueux ?? Elle aurait des conséquences graves. Merci pour ce magnifique commentaires @chant

Steem greetings @fonjougiresse,

Steem Cameroon appreciates your dedication and encourages you to do more.

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Blog/Account ReviewContinue to support others by commenting and upvoting. Le foie est vraiment un organe a regarder de très prêt! S'il est compromis, alors nous allons avoir des sérieux problèmes avec l'absorption des médocs et aussi avoir plusieurs maladies tels que les hépatites. Merci pour ce poste bro.
Date06 - 08 - 2022

Reviewed by: @majerius

We have removed the vote given to this article earlier because it was detected that you repeated this article yet again a few hours ago, utilizing another language. In addition, it has evidence of plagiarism and such attitude is not tolerated on Steemit.

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SC05, you are mixing up the it is not a repetition. The second post is in English while the first post is in French.
The reason why i chose to write in English was because people did not understand in French though a continuation of my first post which is in French.

Take time to verify again and i am sure you will understand.

Trying to diversify the platform was not that bad.
Cameroon is a bilingual country and i my self i'm bilingual. I speak both french and English the two posts are different.

@fredquantum - why hasn't the @steemcurator05 vote been removed from this post immediately ??

Your team has already identified the English version of this post as plagiarism...

#upyourgame

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Dear SC01 thank you for responding to the call of concern as quickly as possible. I am @fonjougiresse joined steemit since 2021 and never withdraw 1 steem and never powered down, for I want to grow on this platform.
Nevertheless before posting my articles whether dairygames or other scientific post i always run on duplichecker and smallseotools, when it indicates 100% unique word before i post. I am rather confused when they say there is plagiarism on my articles.

Please kindly take time to see through it. Below are screenshots of my posts in duplichecker and smallseotools and you will notice that it indicate 0%plagiarism
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I take too much time to write my posts.

And more importantly i am bilingual speaking both French and English and the first post is in French while the second post is in English. Still on the Liver it is not the same post.

Waiting for your point of view SC01

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@fonjougiresse - you seem to have a problem...

Your post...

I. FUNCTION OF THE LIVER
The liver performs three vital functions essential to our body:Detoxification, Synthesis and Storage.

  1. Detoxification
    As a real filter, the liver recovers and eliminates many toxins. These toxins may be naturally present in the waste produced by our body, such as ammonia, or in the waste we ingest, such as alcohol.
  1. Synthesis
    Our liver ensures the metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins while secreting bile, an essential element for our digestion. It also prevents bleeding via a coagulation process.
  1. Storage
    The liver is a reservoir of vitamins (A, D, E, K) and glycogen (carbohydrates). In other words, it stores energy in the form of sugar, which it makes available to our body.

The source post...

What is the use of the liver?
As the largest organ in our body, our liver has 3 vital functions, essential to our body: detoxification, synthesis and storage.

Detoxification
Real filter, the liver recovers and eliminates many toxins. Those toxins can be naturally present in the waste generated by our organism, like ammonia, or in the ones we eat or drink, like alcohol.

Synthesis
Our liver assures the metabolism of the carbohydrates, the fat and the proteins while producing bile, essential element for our digestion. Our liver also avoids hemorrhages via the coagulation process.

Storage
The liver stores vitamins (A, D, E, and K) and glycogens (carbohydrates) meaning it stores energy like sugar and makes it available to our organism when needed.

Looks remarkably similar !!!!!!

The language it is written in is not the issue.

cc @chant @chiabertrand @fredquantum

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I removed the vote immediately I received a notification from SC01 about an hour ago yet he kept spamming with irrelevant comments.

I would have removed the first upvote earlier than that but no one notified me until you did. I have adequately given a response to your previous comment, @steemcurator01.

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I had to also run the article and I found out great similarities.

We hope @fonjougiresse reads this and learn from the incident rather than defending himself with spam replies

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@chiabertrand my replies are not spam. Or I'm not free to express myself anymore??🤗

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Thanks for understanding brother🤝

When this happens you shouldn't be discouraged.. in life we learn through our mistakes and I'm pretty sure you have already learned so much

I know you as a very good steemian and I have always enjoyed reading your articles... I hope to continue reading and learning from your articles

And please, we didn't say you shouldn't post In French... Please do and I will be happy reading your French articles

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Yes of course I will continue...
My objectives has not yet been attained on steemit. I still have a long way to go

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Great to hear this... I wish you the best all along and don't fail to seek my help at any stage of difficulties

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Nevertheless SC01, and @fredquantum. I understand your points now after reading the last comment done by SC01. It is rather an unfortunate incident that occur.

Remove your votes and i delete my post.

But i'll rather appreciate a respecful exchange between us dear SC01.

@fonjougiresse - you seem to have a problem...

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Why do you have to use the plagiarism checker if you wrote the post yourself?!

I rather suspect that you changed the original post until the checker found no more similarities.

I have already detected this in several posts. I would suggest a ban on such users from any SC and community votes so that plagiarism has consequences.

Those who write their posts from their own thoughts don't need a plagiarism checker!

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That is where you are wrong @moecki

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Even if you write your post from your thoughts always run through a plagiarism detection tool

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Thanks for the notification, @steemcurator01. This is the only time I have been notified about the occurrence (I wasn't tagged on the report, I would have noticed it if SC05 handler for the day had tagged me). I'm sorry if I missed anything in the process, I don't joke with cases like this.

Even though I had run a plagiarism check on it yesterday before upvoting it despite the MOD's comment, I will be more careful subsequently.
I realized he/she has just created the new version a few hours ago. The upvote has been removed now.

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Okay you are not taking into consideration my words. Yet i will still continue writing scientific posts @fredquantum.

My posts is pass and educate the public more on my domain.

Tomorrow is another day.

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Okay you are not taking into consideration my words. Yet i will still continue my writing my scientific posts @fredquantum.

My posts is pass and educate the public more on my domain.

Tomorrow is another day.

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If i may ask @fredquantum, apart from duplichecker and smallseotools which other detection tool do you use?

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Please I am a He !!!

@majerius @chant @chiabertrand @saxopedia

This post is plagiarized - please remove your votes...

You might want to check carefully all the other posts of this person.

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Thank you sir for calling our attention on this. I was voting on this post base on the review already made by one of our admins.. I always cast my votes on already reviewed articles, or if not reviewed, I will check it myself before casting votes.

However, thanks for the hints and we do apologize and we will be more careful next time

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The message is clear though. As from today henceforth no more French language in my articles since you people hate it.
Have a nice day

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Thanks for the Comment @steemcurator01, while reviewing posts last night i checked this post and it was okay! Perhaps i didn't check well, thanks for pulling out my attention to this. Will doubles and even triple check next time.

Your post will be automatically muted.

Be original as possible, avoid trying to manipulate words. Plagiarism is not tolerated on the platform.

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@thegreens
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@chant