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2,119 Possible Causes for Alcoholic Hepatitis

  • Chronic Alcoholism

    METHODS: PB samples from 35 male patients-20 had alcoholic hepatitis (AH) and 15 chronic alcoholism without liver disease (AWLD)-were studied, in parallel to 19 male healthy[] A higher elevation of AST compared with an elevation of ALT is characteristic of alcoholic hepatitis.[] Prognosis is determined by the degree of hepatic fibrosis and inflammation. Fatty liver and alcoholic hepatitis without fibrosis are reversible if alcohol is avoided.[]

  • Alcoholic Liver Disease

    Keywords International Normalize Ratio Discriminant Function Alcoholic Hepatitis Alcoholic Liver Injury Severe Alcoholic Hepatitis Background Alcoholic hepatitis is a manifestation[] […] liver disease and alcoholic hepatitis.[] hepatitis Alcoholic hepatitis w ascites Alcoholic hepatitis with ascites Alcoholic hepatitis, acute Alcoholic hepatitis, chronic Ascites due to alcoholic hepatitis Chronic[]

  • Duodenal Ulcer

    We report a case of intestinal obstruction and duodenal dissection resulting from an intramural haematoma after therapeutic upper digestive endoscopy with injection therapy for a bleeding duodenal ulcer in a patient on long-term haemodialysis with liver cirrhosis.[]

  • Chronic Pancreatitis

    hepatitis ( Arch Pathol Lab Med 1997;121:612 ) Attacks precipitated by alcohol, overeating, opiates, other drugs Biliary disease usually not a factor in chronic pancreatitis[] Remember that cholestasis or jaundice can also occur from intrinsic liver disease, such as alcoholic hepatitis.[] In addition, within a group of 175 patients with chronic hepatitis, 13 patients were found to have high serum concentrations of IgG4.[]

  • Portal Cirrhosis

    Code 303.90, Other and unspecified alcohol dependence, unspecified, Code 571.2, Alcoholic cirrhosis of liver, code 571.1, Acute alcoholic hepatitis, and code 456.21, Esophageal[] The patient with alcoholic cirrhosis ( Laënnec's cirrhosis ) may be admitted to the hospital with acute alcoholic hepatitis, marked by fever and dehydration.[] […] cirrhosis/hepatitis?[]

  • Liver Cirrhosis

    […] abuse; may be associated with alcohol hepatitis or cirrhosis.[] After adjusting for age, gender, hepatitis B, hepatitis C, alcoholic hepatitis, and Charlson comorbidity index, we considered death occurrence and used the Fine and Gray regression[] Alcoholic hepatitis Alcoholic hepatitis causes the liver to swell and become damaged.[]

  • Macronodular Cirrhosis

    […] cirrhosis while alcoholic hepatitis can result in micronodular cirrhosis?[] . • Alcohol abuse and viral hepatitis are the major causes of cirrhosis in the USA.[] Cirrhosis is caused by fatty liver disease and hepatitis C alcoholism, hepatitis B and most commonly, the cause of many other have been considered.[]

  • Hepatitis

    Protein-calorie malnutrition associated with alcoholic hepatitis. Veterans Administration Cooperative Study Group on Alcoholic Hepatitis.[] […] to alcoholic hepatitis (AH), and cirrhosis.[] MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS IN HEPATITIS C POSITIVE PATIENTS Corticosteroids remain the first line option for treating severe episode of alcoholic hepatitis (mDF 32[]

  • Cryptogenic Cirrhosis

    Comparative allograft histology after liver transplantation for cryptogenic cirrhosis, alcohol, hepatitis C, and cholestatic liver diseases.[] We determined sequential posttransplant allograft histology in four groups of recipients: 31 transplanted for cryptogenic cirrhosis, 70 for cholestatic etiologies, 40 for alcoholic[] Patients with cirrhosis caused by chronic hepatitis C, alcohol abuse or autoimmune hepatitis (AIH) served as disease controls.[]

  • Toxic Liver Disease

    […] with mcc 442 Disorders of liver except malignancy, cirrhosis or alcoholic hepatitis with cc 443 Disorders of liver except malignancy, cirrhosis or alcoholic hepatitis without[] Code K70 K70 Alcoholic liver disease K70.0 Alcoholic fatty liver K70.1 Alcoholic hepatitis K70.10 …… without ascites K70.11 …… with ascites K70.2 Alcoholic fibrosis and sclerosis[] Alcohol and hepatitis C virus are synergistic in hastening the development of cirrhosis; therefore, patients with hepatitis C infection should abstain from alcohol use.[]

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