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Alcoholic cirrhosis

Alcoholic cirrhosis is caused by long-term heavy drinking. It is the final stage of alcoholic liver. The occurrence of alcoholic cirrhosis is related to the drinking style, gender, genetic factors, nutritional status and whether it is complicated with hepatitis virus infection. A large amount of drinking at one time is more harmful than a small amount of drinking at different times, and daily drinking is more harmful than intermittent drinking. Women who drink alcohol are more likely to develop alcoholic liver disease than men.


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