Published in Hepatitis Weekly, August 7th, 2006
"Liver damage is frequently seen in HIV-positive subjects, often resulting from coinfection with hepatitis B and/or C viruses (HCV), alcohol abuse, etc. However, the etiology of liver disease still remains unknown for a small subset of individuals," wrote I. Maida and colleagues, Hospital Carlos III Madrid.
They continued, "Cryptogenic liver disease (CLD) was defined as persistently elevated aminotransferases levels in the absence of hepatitis C and/or B viruses replication and of other common causes of liver disease (alcohol, medications,...
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