A Patient With a Persistent Mildly Elevated ALT

DOI: 10.3238/zfa.2013.0400-0404

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Stephan Heberger

Keywords: Elevated ALT Ferritin Transferrin Saturation Hepcidin

Summary: A young man presents with non specific neurological symptoms and a mildly elevated Alanine-Aminotransferase (ALT). Multiple Sclerosis is diagnosed and eventually a cause for the elevated liver enzymes is found. This article about the occurence of two conditions offers the opportunity to assess own concepts and to update clinical knowledge. It is mainly directed at colleagues before their board exams in family medicine.

(State: 14.10.2013)

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