Alcohol-Induced Liver Disease

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Alcohol-induced liver disease is caused by significant use of alcohol – the amount required to cause damage to the liver can vary among individuals. Identifying alcohol as the etiology of liver damage is paramount in treatment and management of this condition as early identification and cessation can help prevent liver disease progression and even result in liver recovery.

By: New York Gastroenteroloy

Reviewed by: Jennifer Leong, MD

Published: Aug 9th, 2022

Last Reviewed: Aug 9th, 2022

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