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Synonyms for cirrhosis

a chronic disease interfering with the normal functioning of the liver

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We included 130 participants in the control group and 57 patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis that were classified into subgroups, according to the Child-Pugh score, as Child-Pugh A, Child-Pugh B, or Child-Pugh C.
Association of a restriction fragment length polymorphism in the alcohol dehydrogenase 2 gene with Japanese alcoholic liver cirrhosis.
For the absolute 10-year risk of alcoholic liver cirrhosis, the YKL-40 percentile was calculated as a function of age in years and plasma YKL-40 in [micro]g/L with the following equation (23):
We hope that by analysing the genes in a large international group comprising thousands of drinkers we can detect the genetic risks that predispose some drinkers to get alcoholic liver cirrhosis.
He also had alcoholic liver cirrhosis and Hepatitis C.
9) Fulminant hepatic failure during acute HA was described in patients who were injecting drug users and had alcoholic liver cirrhosis.
On a country level, wherever valid and reliable information is available, we propose to use the more direct indicators of alcoholic liver cirrhosis and alcohol poisoning for the chronic respective acute disease consequences attributable to alcohol.
A 61-year-old Chinese man with a history of psoriasis and alcoholic liver cirrhosis sought treatment for left ankle swelling, erythema, and tenderness.
New insight into the role of NT-proBNP in alcoholic liver cirrhosis as a noninvasive marker of esophageal varices.