Therapy of Autoimmune Liver Disease

The principle of therapy for chronic inflammatory liver diseases is the removal of causal agents. For autoimmune liver diseases, however, total removal of causal agents and immune cells is impossible. Therefore, autoimmune liver diseases are presently treated by suppression of the immune response. Autoimmune hepatitis is characteristically responsive to corticosteroids, often used in combination with azathioprine to obtain a steroid-sparing effect. For primary biliary cirrhosis, ursodeoxycholic acid is safe and is the first choice for treatment. 

  • Autoimmune cholangitis
  • Autoimmune liver Disease
  • Liver Transplantation

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