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DIAGNOSIS DIFFICULTIES IN SEVERE AND CHRONIC HEPATOPATHY WITH EARLY ONSET. CASE REPORT
Authors emphasize diagnosis and treatment difficulties in a patient with severe and chronic idiopathic hepatopathy. Authors present a 5 year-old male frequently admitted for severe acute liver failure episodes with severe gastrointestinal bleedings that occurred in infancy after diet diversification. Hystory case correlated with investigations and liver function improvement after fructose-free diet initiation led to congenital fructosemia diagnosis.
Keywords: hepatic failure, congenital fructose intolerance, child