Published in Hepatitis Weekly, July 11th, 2005
"Our objective was to determine the effect of serum iron levels and hepatic iron overload on hepatocellular damage in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) and to compare this with chronic viral hepatitis. Twenty-five patients who had elevated transaminase levels on at least two occasions, without any evidence of viral and autoimmune hepatitis and diabetes, without a history of significant alcohol use, and with a liver biopsy consistent with NASH were enrolled in the study," investigators in Turkey report.
"Twenty-five patients with chronic viral hepatitis (13 patients with chronic hepatitis C...
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