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Systemic Disease and the Liver Part 2: Pregnancy-Related Liver Injury, Sepsis/Critical Illness, Hypoxia, Psoriasis, Scleroderma/Sjogren's Syndrome, Sarcoidosis, Common Variable Immune Deficiency, Cystic Fibrosis, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, and Hematologic Disorders.

The liver is involved in many multisystem diseases and commonly may manifest with abnormal liver chemistry tests. The liver test perturbations may be multifactorial in nature, however, as patients are receiving many different medications and can also have intrinsic liver disease that may be exacerbated by the systemic disorder. Some disorders have typical histologic findings that can be diagnosed on liver biopsy, whereas others will show a more nonspecific histology. Clinicians should be aware of these conditions so as to consider the performance of a liver biopsy at the most opportune time and setting to help establish the diagnosis of acute or chronic liver disease.

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