Editorials: PDF OnlyDeviere J. M.D.; Brohee, P. M.D.; Hiden, M. M.D.; Bourgeois, N. M.D.Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology: February 1988 - p 111-774 Free Abstract In a woman with hereditary hemorrhagic telangiectasia (HHT) (Osier-Weber-Rendu disease) who died of fulminant hepatitis B, autopsy revealed cirrhosis of the liver and diffuse hepatic telangiectasia. Her daughter and grandson also suffered from the hepatic involvement of HHT. Sufficient laboratory investigations were available to exclude known causes of cirrhosis. We review the relationship between Osier-Weber-Rendu disease and liver cirrhosis or fibrosis. © Lippincott-Raven Publishers.