COVID, MIS-C show evidence of liver injury, require long-term monitoring

Children with COVID-19 and multisystem inflammatory syndrome had varied outcomes and liver injuries but all should keep long-term liver monitoring to ensure return to normal levels, per a researcher at The Liver Meeting Digital Experience.“Patients with either MIS-C or COVID-10 had liver injury. In both cohorts, patients with liver injury were statistically more likely to be older, and in COVID-19 more likely to be Hispanic and in MIS-C, more likely to be male. In patients diagnosed with COVID-19, obese and overweight patients were more likely to have more severe acute liver injury,”Read More

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