Alcoholic Liver Disease – Basic Facts

Alcohol-related liver disease is caused by excessive consumption of alcohol.
Excessive alcohol consumption contributes to three types of liver disease:
(a) fatty liver, where excess fat deposits in the liver;
(b) Alcohol-related hepatitis, in which the liver cells get damaged (inflamed) and
(c) Alcohol-related cirrhosis, in which normal liver tissue is replaced by nonliving (or fibrous) scar tissue. Cirrhosis of liver is irreversible medical condition Read More…

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