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Non-fatal acute fatty liver of pregnancy.
  1. J Bernuau,
  2. C Degott,
  3. O Nouel,
  4. B Rueff,
  5. J P Benhamou


    Four patients are described, admitted during a three-year period, who recovered from acute fatty liver of pregnancy; vomiting and jaundice were the main manifestations of the disease; coma and anuria were absent. During the same period, we observed one patient who died of acute fatty liver of pregnancy. This experience suggests that the non-fatal form of the disorder may be much commoner than the fatal form.

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