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Alcoholic liver disease

Alcoholic liver disease is a liver disease caused by long-term heavy drinking. The initial stage is usually fatty liver, which can develop into alcoholic hepatitis, liver fibrosis and liver cirrhosis. Its main clinical features are nausea, vomiting, jaundice, liver enlargement and tenderness. It can be complicated with liver failure and upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Severe alcoholism can induce extensive hepatocyte necrosis and even liver failure. Alcoholic liver disease is one of the common liver diseases in China, which seriously endangers people's health. In recent years, the proportion of alcoholic liver disease in hospitalized patients with liver disease in the same period has been increasing, from 4.2% in 1991 to 21.3% in 1996; The etiological composition of alcoholic liver cirrhosis in liver cirrhosis increased from 10.8% in 1999 to 24.0% in 2003.


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