Acute hepatitis A is a rarely seen infection during pregnancy. In terms of clinical and laboratory findings, it can be interfere with acute fatty liver disease which can be quite mortal during pregnancy. Since liver function tests are elevated in both conditions, hepatitis A infection should also be kept in mind in differential diagnosis. We present a 30 year-old pregnant woman with 35 weeks of gestation who presented to our clinic with a suspection of acute fatty liver disease but finally diagnosed as acute hepatitis A infection.
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