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  • Medicine therapy

    Corticosteroids and other medicines used to treat autoimmune disorders can slow down an overactive immune system and reduce inflammation.

  • Transplant

    If your condition is advanced or doesn’t respond well to medicine therapy, a liver transplant may be an option.


  • Advanced diagnostic imaging

    Medical imaging such as abdominal ultrasound, CT (computed tomography), and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) scans show blood flow, size, structure, and function of the liver.

  • Biopsy

    A liver biopsy is a small tissue sample taken from a needle for analysis at a lab. Liver biopsies are performed using ultrasound imaging to guide the needle to the right place.

  • Lab tests

    Some of the urine and blood tests that help detect autoimmune hepatitis and complications include liver function studies, cellular blood counts, electrolytes, and autoimmune antibodies.