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Difficulties in diagnosing and managing autoimmune hepatitis in low-income countries
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  • Chantelli Razafindrazoto,
  • Andry Rakotozafindrabe ,
  • Behoavy Ralaizanaka,
  • Mialitiana Rakotomaharo,
  • Nitah Randramifidy,
  • Jolivet Rakotomalala,
  • Anjaramalala Rasolonjatovo,
  • Tovo Rabenjanahary,
  • Soloniaina Razafimahefa,
  • Rado Ramanampamonjy
Chantelli Razafindrazoto
Université d'Antananarivo
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Andry Rakotozafindrabe
Université d'Antananarivo
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Behoavy Ralaizanaka
Université d'Antananarivo
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Mialitiana Rakotomaharo
Université d'Antananarivo
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Nitah Randramifidy
Université d'Antananarivo
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Jolivet Rakotomalala
Université d'Antananarivo
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Anjaramalala Rasolonjatovo
Université d'Antananarivo
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Tovo Rabenjanahary
Université d'Antananarivo
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Soloniaina Razafimahefa
Université d'Antananarivo
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Rado Ramanampamonjy
Université d'Antananarivo
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Abstract

The diagnosis of autoimmune hepatitis remains difficult in low-income countries due to the unavailability of the biopsy. autoimmune hepatitis must be retained on the basis of clinical-biological, radiological and immunological criteria. Careful trial corticosteroid therapy and diagnostic scores are essential for diagnostic autoimmune hepatitis.