Autoimmune hepatitis type 1

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Autoimmune hepatitis type 1

Synonyms: AIH type 1

A form of autoimmune hepatitis characterized by clinical presentation as cryptogenic hepatitis interface hepatitis on histological examination elevated serum aminotransferase levels hypergammaglobulinemia/elevated immunoglobulin G and presence of circulating autoantibodies specifically antinuclear antibodies (ANA) anti-smooth muscle antibodies (anti-SMA) and/or anti-soluble liver antigen/liver pancreas antigen antibodies (anti-SLA/LP). The disease predominantly develops at a post-pubertal age and most commonly takes a chronic course although acute or acute severe presentation may also be observed. Typical concurrent autoimmune diseases are autoimmune thyroiditis and rheumatic diseases.

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