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COVID-19 and liver disease: mechanistic and clinical perspectives

By: Marjot T | Webb G J | Barritt A S | et alSeries: Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology ; Vol. 18London Springer Nature 2021Description: 17p. articleSubject(s): General reference: Other communicable diseases | Diagnosis & assessment: Symptoms/related conditionsOnline resources: Click here to access online Summary: Discusses the hepatotropism of SARS-CoV-2, the liver histology features present in patients with COVID-19, and an overview of the pattern and relevance of abnormal liver biochemistry during COVID-19. Also provides an overview of the pattern and relevance of abnormal liver biochemistry during COVID-19 and presents the possible underlying direct and indirect mechanisms for liver injury.
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Discusses the hepatotropism of SARS-CoV-2, the liver histology features present in patients with COVID-19, and an overview of the pattern and relevance of abnormal liver biochemistry during COVID-19. Also provides an overview of the pattern and relevance of abnormal liver biochemistry during COVID-19 and presents the possible underlying direct and indirect mechanisms for liver injury.

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