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Recent Achievements in Diagnosis, Management and Longterm Success Outcome for Paediatric Autoimmune Hepatitis


Larissa Steffen

Paediatric Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH) is a rare but serious chronic liver disease that primarily affects children and adolescents. It is characterized by the immune system mistakenly attacking the liver cells, leading to inflammation and potential long-term damage. Over the years, significant advancements have been made in the diagnosis, management, and long-term success outcomes for Paediatric AIH. This article explores these recent achievements, highlighting the strides made in understanding the disease, improving diagnostic methods, enhancing treatment approaches, and ultimately improving the prognosis for affected children. The diagnosis of Paediatric AIH has evolved with the emergence of advanced laboratory techniques and diagnostic criteria. While the disease remains challenging to diagnose due to its diverse clinical presentation, several recent achievements have improved the accuracy of identification.

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