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Liver failure acute infantile

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RINT1 Bi-allelic Variations Cause Infantile-Onset Recurrent Acute Liver Failure and Skeletal Abnormalities.
Last Updated: Mar 11, 2020

Pediatric acute liver failure (ALF) is life threatening with genetic, immunologic, and environmental etiologies. Approximately half of all cases remain unexplained. Recurrent ALF (RALF) in infants describes repeated episodes of severe liver injury with recovery of hepatic function ...

Continuous Veno-Venous Hemodiafiltration and Plasma Exchange in Infantile Acute Liver Failure.
Last Updated: Oct 02, 2015

The purpose of the current study was to assess our multidisciplinary approach consisting of early application of neurology-oriented intensive care, aggressive artificial liver support and liver transplantation at the appropriate time for infants with acute liver failure.

Acute infantile liver failure due to mutations in the TRMU gene.
Last Updated: Nov 13, 2018

Acute liver failure in infancy accompanied by lactic acidemia was previously shown to result from mtDNA depletion. We report on 13 unrelated infants who presented with acute liver failure and lactic acidemia with normal mtDNA content. Four died during the acute episodes, and the survivors ...

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