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The subject of this study is the altered hepatogram in patients with dengue. The objective of the study is to determine the prevalence of altered hepatogram in patients with dengue, who attended the Regional Hospital of Villa Hayes from January to March 2018. The methodology was of descriptive level, with a quantitative approach, non-experimental design and cross-sectional. The study population consisted of all patient records from 20 to 49 years old, with a diagnosis of dengue, who attended the Regional Hospital of Villa Hayes period January to March 2018, the sample consisted of 207 patient records from 20 to 49 years old, the data collection technique was documentary, as instrument clinical records were used, whose data were analyzed in statistical tables and graphs. The main findings were that, in the month of March 2018, there was the highest number of positive cases of dengue, which have been performed the study of hepatogram, being the female sex the most affected in adults aged 26 to 31 years, in which the liver functions AST, ALT and FA were the most altered. It can be concluded that patients suffering from dengue fever suffer from not so serious hepatic alterations.