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The male:female ratio is 10:1. The condition classically presents in a middle-aged man with bronzed skin pigmentation, diabetes, cardiac failure and hepatomegaly. Patients have a raised blood iron, ferritin and transferrin saturation level. Treatment options include regular venesection, iron-chelating agents (desferrioxamine) and liver transplantation • Wilson’s disease: a rare autosomal recessive disorder of copper metabolism (copper-transporting ATPase mutation) characterized by accumulation of copper in the major organs.

The mechanism of injury is either humoral (antibodies, immune complexes, complement) or cellular (T cells, macrophages). Glomerulonephritis commonly manifests as: • Proteinuria • Urinary red cell cast excretion • Haematuria • Hypertension • Peripheral oedema • Renal failure. It is referred to as nephritic syndrome if the patient presents with oliguria, haematuria, hypertension and oedema. For simplicity the glomerulonephritides can be divided into the following: NORMAL LIGHT MICROSCOPY FINDINGS • Minimal change disease.

H. I. J. Malaria Gilbert’s syndrome Hepatocellular carcinoma Hepatitis C Primary sclerosing cholangitis 1. A 56-year-old smoker presents with a 3-month history of weight loss and painless jaundice. She has noticed pale stool and dark urine 2. A 50-year-old woman presents with jaundice. She noticed that over the last 3 months she has had pruritus and right upper quadrant pain. On examination she has xanthelasma and hepatosplenomegaly 3. A 52-year-old presents with jaundice following reduced oral intake during an upper respiratory tract infection.

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