Clinicopathological conference: fibrosing cholestatic hepatitis presenting as subacute hepatic failure in a non-transplant patient

Duseja, Ajay; Das, Ashim; Chawla, Y. K.; Bhansali, Anil; Sakhuja, V.
November 2009
Digestive Diseases & Sciences;Nov2009, Vol. 54 Issue 11, p2341
Academic Journal
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The article presents a case study of a 40-year-old male with jaundice who was admitted to the hospital in March 2007. It states that his jaundice was accompanied with pruritus in which the he took a complementary/alternative medication (CAM) for 15 days. It adds that the patient's physical examination discovered a dilated abdomen with free fluid but without organ enlargement and a liver span of 11 centimeters.


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