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Hepatic amyloidosis

Amyloidosis (amyloidosis), also known as amyloidosis, is a progressive and poor prognosis disease characterized by the extracellular deposition of amyloid in the blood vessel wall, organs and tissues with amyloidosis fibrin as the main form induced by various reasons. Hepatic amyloidosis is a part of systemic amyloidosis, which is only seen in hepatic amyloidosis, which has not been reported at present.


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