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A case of the Dubin-Johnson syndrome complicated by acute hepatitis
  1. Rajiv R. Varma,
  2. John M. Grainger,
  3. Peter J. Scheuer

    Abstract

    A patient is described in whom the Dubin-Johnson syndrome was diagnosed after an attack of acute hepatitis at the age of 21. In the eight years following the hepatitis Dubin-Johnson pigment, initially scanty, developed to classical proportions. The defect in intracellular transport of bilirubin was thought to precede the attack of acute hepatitis.

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