Earliest phenotypic manifestation of Idiopathic hereditary hemochromatosis is :
a) Post prandial increase in serum iron concentration
b) Elevated serum ferritin level
c) Slate grey pigmentation of skin
d) Increased transferrin saturation
Correct answer : d) Increased transferrin saturation
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