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Non-HFEHepatic Iron Overload
Seminars in liver disease (Print)
Numerous clinical entities have now been identified to cause pathologic iron accumulation in the liver. Some are well described and have a verified hereditary basis; in others the genetic basis is still speculative, while in several cases nongenetic iron-loading factors are apparent. The non-HFE hemochromatosis syndromes identifies a subgroup of hereditary iron loading disorders that share with classic HFE-hemochromatosis, the autosomal recessive trait, the pathogenic basis (i.e., lack ofdoi:10.1055/s-0031-1286061 pmid:21901660 fatcat:p4cyxdtby5gtjkygz6vwmb56d4