Lupus-Related Hepatitis vs Autoimmune Hepatitis in SLE
Hepatic involvement in systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) may occur due to several factors like hepatotoxic drugs, steatohepatitis, coincident viral hepatitis and autoimmune hepatic diseases.

However, the differentiation between lupus-related hepatitis and autoimmune hepatitis remains a challenge to the clinician because of many similar features.

Published in Clinical Infection and Immunity, the authors describe a case of a 24-year-old female with active SLE who presented with acute liver dysfunction without inflammatory changes or associated with drugs exposure. Lupus hepatitis of this patient was successfully treated with stabilization of liver function as well as other manifestations of SLE.

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