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A 22-year-old male with a past medical history of anxiety and depression presents with acute psychosis after ingesting 3.5 grams of marijuana. He takes vortioxetine at home. On presentation, he was found agitated, throwing himself against walls. AST and ALT were 187 U/L and 44 U/L on admission. Five days later, AST and ALT increased to 1,402 U/L and 402 U/L. All other liver chemistry tests, hemoglobin, white blood cell count, and INR are normal. What is the most likely cause of his abnormal liver chemistry tests?
Welcome to another LFN Quick Tips. Here you will learn the basics of HRS including appropriate nomenclature, considerations in management and tips on prevention. Enjoy!
In the first episode of Decompensated, Adam and Alex discuss tips for new GI fellows, talk to Dr. Kathleen Viveiros about the impact of COVID-19 on liver disease and end with an extremely tepid take on the recorded version of ‘Hamilton’.
The next in the LFN Quick Tips series — an infographic to teach the core principles of management in a patient with acute esophageal variceal bleeding.