Primary billiary cirrhosis (antimitochondrial antibody negative) leading to secondary amyloidosis.

Abstract

A 49 years old lady presented with low-grade fever (99-100°F) for 2 years. During this time she was extensively worked-up for pyrexia of unknown origin but no diagnosis could be established. Her Initial blood work-up was all negative except high alkaline phosphatase and gamma GT (374 IU and 195 IU respectively). She later presented to our tertiary care… (More)

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