Successful liver transplantation and treatment of recurrent hepatitis C using pegylated alpha-interferon in a patient with Churg–Strauss disease

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Summary

Churg–Strauss disease (CSD) is a rare allergic disorder that is associated with vasculitis, peripheral eosinophilia and allergic asthma. We report on successful liver transplantation in a patient with CSD who suffered from chronic hepatitis C. Recurrent hepatitis C and CSD were ultimately managed by the application of pegylated interferon.

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