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NON-ALCOHOLIC FATTY LIVER DISEASE ASSOCIATED WITH HYPOBETALIPOPROTEINEMIA: REPORT OF THREE CASES AND A NOVEL MUTATION IN APOB GENE
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, the leading cause of chronic liver disease in children, is defined by hepatic fat infiltration >5% of hepatocytes, in the absence of excessive alcohol intake, evidence of viral, autoimmune or drug-induced liver disease. Conditions like rare genetic disorders must be considered in the differential diagnosis. Case Report: Two male brothers, and a non-related girl, all overweight, had liver steatosis. One of the brothers and the girl had elevated transaminases;doi:10.25753/birth&growthmj.v25.i2.9524 fatcat:qdaanfge5jggjdi6iwa5fjrjb4