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Item TypeName
Concept Hepatitis, Alcoholic
Concept Hepatitis B
Concept Hepatitis C
Concept Hepatitis
Concept Hepatitis A
Concept Hepatitis, Viral, Human
Concept Hepatitis B, Chronic
Concept Hepatitis C, Chronic
Concept Hepatitis, Autoimmune
Academic Article Fulminant hepatitis associated with centrilobular hepatic necrosis in young children.
Academic Article Severe but reversible hepatitis induced by troglitazone.
Academic Article Rapidly progressive liver injury and fatal alcoholic hepatitis occurring after liver transplantation in alcoholic patients.
Academic Article De novo hepatitis with autoimmune antibodies and atypical histology: a rare cause of late graft dysfunction after pediatric liver transplantation.
Academic Article Caveolin and thrombospondin expression during hepatocellular carcinogenesis.
Academic Article Autoimmune hepatitis associated with the use of black cohosh: a case study.
Academic Article Glycogen pseudoground glass change in hepatocytes.
Academic Article Liver autoimmunity triggered by microbial activation of natural killer T cells.
Academic Article Marked iron in liver explants in the absence of major hereditary hemochromatosis gene defects: a risk factor for cardiac failure.
Academic Article Neonatal giant cell hepatitis: histological and etiological findings.
Academic Article Marked flare in hepatic aminotransferases during treatment with pegylated interferon for chronic hepatitis C, genotype 2: a case report.
Academic Article The need for liver biopsy in a patient with acute HCV infection.
Academic Article A case of indometacin-induced acute hepatitis developing into chronic autoimmune hepatitis.
Academic Article An epidemic of clam-associated hepatitis.
Academic Article The Pathology of Alcoholic Liver Disease.
Academic Article Biopsy Specimens From Allograft Liver Contain Histologic Features of Hepatitis C Virus Infection After Virus Eradication.

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