human 英 /ˈhjuːmən/ 美 /ˈhjuːmən/
释义 adj. 人的；人类的n. 人；人类
例句 The accident was caused by human error. 这一事故是人为错误造成的。
albumin 英 /'ælbjʊmɪn/ 美 /æl'bjʊmɪn/
释义 n. [生化] 白蛋白，[生化] 清蛋白
例句 Healthy glomeruli keep blood protein (mainly albumin)—which is needed to maintain the right amount of fluid in your body—from seeping into your urine. 健康的肾小球会保留血液中的蛋白质从尿液中渗出（主要是白蛋白），这是维持体内适量液体所必需的。
作者： Marco Di Pascoli
Among the complications of liver cirrhosis, ascites is the most common. About 60% of patients with compensated cirrhosis develop ascites within ten years. In cirrhosis, portal hypertension, due to increased intrahepatic resistance and splanchnic blood flow, is the main underlying physiopathological condition for the onset of ascites, since it results in an increased pressure in the splanchnic capillaries with an excess of fluid localization in the peritoneal cavity. Moreover, plasma volume expansion secondary to renal water and sodium retention fuels ascites formation . Ascites is the complication which is most frequently responsible for hospital admission in patients with cirrhosis. Moreover, the development of ascites is a relevant unfavorable prognostic factor in cirrhosis since, after its occurrence, the mortality rate rises up to 50% within 2-5 years.