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The Hepatological Curiosities

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This is a chapter mostly on the rarer of the liver diseases. The causes of liver disease should remain in the back of your mind when approaching a patient with suspected liver disease. Refer to this chapter when you face diagnostic uncertainty as it may help you solve the problem.

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Matthews, C., Cross, T. (2022). The Hepatological Curiosities. In: Cross, T. (eds) Liver Disease in Clinical Practice. In Clinical Practice. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-031-10012-3_18

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