William Berquist

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  • Rapid development of hepatocellular siderosis after liver transplantation for neonatal hemochromatosis TRANSPLANTATION Egawa, H., Berquist, W., GARCIAKENNEDY, R., Cox, K., Knisely, A. S., Esquivel, C. O. 1996; 62 (10): 1511-1513

    Abstract:

    A male infant with neonatal iron storage disease, also known as neonatal hemochromatosis (NH), underwent orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) at the age of 55 days. The native liver contained an incidental hepatocellular carcinoma. Scant iron accumulation was found in a biopsy specimen of the implanted liver on the seventh postoperative day (POD); successive biopsies showed increasing siderosis. On POD 62, the patient died of a cardiac arrhythmia. Autopsy showed siderosis at many sites, including the implanted liver. We discuss the possibility that hemochromatosis recurred in the liver allograft and review possible factors contributing to the siderosis.

    View details for Web of Science ID A1996VV54900023

    View details for PubMedID 8958282

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