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Alcoholic liver

Alcoholic liver, fully known as alcoholic fatty liver, is the earliest and most common lesion in alcoholic liver disease. Alcoholic liver is a liver injury disease caused by long-term heavy drinking (alcoholism). Mild alcoholic fatty liver is mostly asymptomatic. Moderate and severe alcoholic fatty liver can show similar manifestations to chronic hepatitis, such as mild general discomfort, burnout, fatigue, nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, abdominal distension, etc. In the selection of drugs for the treatment of liver diseases, try to choose some natural plant liver protective drugs with small toxic and side effects to protect the liver, because some drugs for the treatment of liver diseases have large toxic and side effects, causing secondary damage to the liver.






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