Fever-associated acute infantile liver failure syndrome

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A rare genetic parenchymatous liver disease characterized by infantile or early childhood onset of recurrent episodes of acute liver failure precipitated by a febrile illness. During the life-threatening episodes patients present with vomiting lethargy jaundice as well as elevated levels of liver enzymes and coagulopathy. There is usually complete recovery between the episodes with conservative treatment.

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