Pregnancy-related liver diseases
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There are four unique liver diseases that occur only during pregnancy and resolve after delivery. Several liver diseases occur more commonly during pregnancy. These must be distinguished form acute or chronic liver diseases that coincidentally occur during pregnancy.
There are four unique liver diseases that occur only during pregnancy and resolve after delivery.
Several liver diseases occur more commonly during pregnancy.
These must be distinguished form acute or chronic liver diseases that coincidentally occur during pregnancy.
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