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Published in Gastroenterology

Journal Scan / Research · June 30, 2022

Risk Factors and Outcomes Associated With Recurrent AIH Following Liver Transplantation

Journal of Hepatology

 

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Journal of Hepatology
Risk factors and outcomes associated with recurrent autoimmune hepatitis following liver transplantation
J. Hepatol. 2022 Jul 01;77(1)84-97, AJ Montano-Loza, V Ronca, M Ebadi, BE Hansen, G Hirschfield, S Elwir, M Alsaed, P Milkiewicz, MK Janik, HU Marschall, MA Burza, C Efe, AR Calışkan, M Harputluoglu, G Kabaçam, D Terrabuio, F de Quadros Onofrio, N Selzner, A Bonder, A Parés, L Llovet, M Akyıldız, C Arikan, MP Manns, R Taubert, AL Weber, TD Schiano, B Haydel, P Czubkowski, P Socha, N Ołdak, N Akamatsu, A Tanaka, C Levy, EF Martin, A Goel, M Sedki, I Jankowska, T Ikegami, M Rodriguez, M Sterneck, C Weiler-Normann, C Schramm, MF Donato, A Lohse, RJ Andrade, VR Patwardhan, B van Hoek, M Biewenga, AE Kremer, Y Ueda, M Deneau, M Pedersen, MJ Mayo, A Floreani, P Burra, MF Secchi, BT Beretta-Piccoli, M Sciveres, G Maggiore, SM Jafri, D Debray, M Girard, F Lacaille, E Lytvyak, AL Mason, M Heneghan, YH Oo

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