Inherited liver diseases

Important inherited diseases causing acute and habitual liver complaint include hemochromatosis, Wilson's complaint, alpha 1- anti  protease (antitrypsin) insufficiency, and cystic fibrosis. The discovery of an indicator case has counteraccusations for screening family members. The most common clinically important inheritable conditions leading to liver dysfunction in grown-ups are Wilson's complaint, HHC, and alpha 1AT insufficiency. Advances in molecular biology have led to the identification and characterization of the inheritable blights in these conditions.

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