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Alcoholic neuropathy

It is considered that acetaldehyde itself is an important metabolic factor in alcohol addiction, but it can not play an important role in alcohol addiction. Alcohol without oxidative metabolism in the stomach wall and liver is quickly distributed in various tissues and body fluids, and the effect on tissue function depends on the concentration of ethanol in the blood. There are many neurological diseases related to acute or chronic alcoholism. Of course, the common feature of these diseases is alcohol abuse, but the mechanism of nerve injury caused by alcohol varies in different diseases.


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