AATD genotypes involved in liver disease
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In this session our experts, Professor Strnad and Professor Teckman, discuss the genotype variations causing AATD and clinical presentation in paediatric and adult patients. Emphasis is placed on the importance of early diagnosis and identifying and differentiating those patients with homozygous PiZZ, and heterozygous PiMZ genotypes due to differences in comorbid conditions, management and outcome.
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