Published in Hepatitis Weekly, July 15th, 1996
The majority of reports on fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) have been from the West, most often from the United Kingdom, Japan and France.
"The profiles of patients with FHF from developing countries have not been reported earlier," researcher S.K. Acharya and colleagues wrote ("Fulminant Hepatitis in a Tropical Population: Clinical Course, Cause, and Early Predictors of Outcome," Hepatology, June 1996;23(6):1448-1455).
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