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From: Massive iron overload and acute-on-chronic liver failure in a patient with Diamond–Blackfan anaemia: a case report

Fig. 2

Hepatic Histological findings. The liver biopsy in 2003 already showed extensive iron deposits and a mild degree of fibrosis by Perls staining (a), and Masson’s Trichrome (b), respectively. A considerable increase in fibrotic septa was seen at the autopsy (c) (Masson’s Trichrome), as well as necrosis of hepatocytes near the centrolobullar vein (d) (Masson’s Trichrome). Bile plugs (arrows) were also seen (e) (Perls staining), in addition to ductular proliferations (arrows) in portal spaces (f) (Masson’s Trichrome)

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