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Liver Function Tests in Tuberculoid Leprosy
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Korane R V, Singh R, lyengar B. Liver Function Tests in Tuberculoid Leprosy. Indian J Dermatol Venereol Leprol 1979;45:430-435
AbstractA total of 24 patients with untreated tuberculoid leprosy were taken up for study, They were the same group of patients in whom the authors have earlier reported involvement of liver in 85 % cases. Five healthy controls, studied also belonged to the same series. Liver function tests included prothrombin time, serum bilirubin, zinc sulphate turbidity, serum proteins and serum transaminases. No significant alterations in the liver function were observed. This is because the changes in the liver were so minimal and focal that they were not reflected in the various liver function tests.