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Inflammatory pseudotumor of liver

Hepatic inflammatory pseudotumor (IPT) is an inflammatory proliferative lesion of non hepatic parenchymal cells. It is a benign proliferative tumor like nodule. The disease may be related to trauma, infection, immunity, allergy and other factors. The disease is common in children. Most patients are single focus and some are multiple.

Symptoms

Liver distension

Stenosis of anal canal, rectum and colon

Anal canal injury

Hookworm duodenitis syndrome

Isolated rectal ulcer syndrome

Hepatitis G virus

Potassium permanganate poisoning

Bulging

Angiostrongylus cantonensis

autemesia

Mekong schistosomiasis

Retch

Hyperuricemia nephropathy

Hypertonic dehydration

Hepatogenic renal damage

Obstruction urine road disease

Infectious acute tubulointerstitial nephritis

Obstructive nephropathy

Renal damage of leptospirosis

Allergic acute tubulointerstitial nephritis

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