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P J Daroca, R Tuthill, R J Reed
Congenital hepatic fibrosis (CHF) is a morphologic entity characterized by (1) abnormal fibrous septation, (2) preservation of the basic lobular architecture, and (3) hyperplasia and dilatation of bile ductules. Congenital hepatic fibrosis may present as a cause of portal hypertension in adolescents, in young adults, and, rarely, in older adults. It is this form of the disorder that has been emphasized in the literature. However, CHF may also be seen in association with the infantile polycystic kidney syndrome...
November 1975: Archives of Pathology
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