Patients with autoimmune hepatitis have higher risk for perinatal adverse outcomes

Patients with autoimmune hepatitis had higher rates of gestational diabetes and hypertensive complications compared with patients with other chronic liver diseases and higher odds for preterm birth compared with controls, per two speakers.Researchers presented the abstracts at The Liver Meeting Digital Experience.“Autoimmune hepatitis is a disease that disproportionately affects young women, which may have implications on reproductive health,” Connie W. Wang, MD, a gastroenterology fellow at University of California, San Francisco, said during her presentation. “However,Read More

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