Risk for acute liver injury low after COVID-19 vaccination, more common after infection

Receiving an mRNA or inactivated COVID-19 vaccine did not increase the risk for acute liver injury, according to a study published in Journal of Hepatology.Initial testing of COVID-19 vaccines did not yield reports of acute liver injury (ALI), in part because of insufficient sample size, but cases have since been identified, especially as new COVID-19 variants arise.“Since the widespread rollout of COVID-19 vaccination programs across the globe, cases of adverse events, including rare complications affecting the liver in the form of ALI mimicking autoimmune hepatitis, have been described,”Read More

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