2004: Liver impairment is commonly reported in up to 60% of patients who suffer from severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS 1). Here we report the clinical course and liver pathology in three SARS 1 patients with liver impairment. Three patients who fulfilled the World Health Organization case definition of probable SARS 1 and developed marked elevation of alanine aminotransferase were included.
New Disease Outbreak News from @WHO:
Acute hepatitis of unknown aetiology – the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland https://t.co/Cdd5zITDIG
— Maria Van Kerkhove (@mvankerkhove) April 15, 2022
"Mild-to moderate liver test abnormalities are becoming a frequent finding in subjects admitted to hospital for COVID-19 infection. Patients with known risk factors for COVID-19 infection presenting with acute hepatitis should be rapidly isolated & tested"https://t.co/DEFUXMc2D8
— Tom Andrews💙 (@0bj3ctivity) April 15, 2022
Schneider hospital said all seven of its cases were children who had previously been infected with COVID-19. https://t.co/aoxcl8p1hU
— Irene Tosetti, MD (@itosettiMD_MBA) April 20, 2022