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Hemochromatosis is defined as abnormal deposition of iron in body organs which can cause organ dysfunction. The most commonly affected organs are the liver, heart, endocrine glands, pancreas, joints and skin with manifestations of cirrhosis, cardiomyopathy, hypogonadism, endocrinopathies, diabetes mellitus, arthropathy, skin pigmentation, and increased risk of liver cancer in cirrhotic patients. The disease severity ranges from asymptomatic tissue damage with simple biochemical abnormalitiesdoi:10.14740/jmc3240 fatcat:w4j6mzcrbbfnniz4on7gfsv6ry