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Alcohol drinking pattern and risk of alcoholic liver cirrhosis: a prospective cohort study.
Askgaard G, et al. J Hepatol 2015. PMID 25634330
CONCLUSIONS: In men, daily drinking was associated with an increased risk of alcoholic cirrhosis. Recent alcohol consumption rather than earlier in life was associated with risk of alcoholic cirrhosis. Compared to beer and liquor, wine might be associated with a lower risk of alcoholic cirrhosis....
CONCLUSIONS: In men, daily drinking was associated with an increased risk of alcoholic cirrhosis. Recent alcohol consumption r …
Opportunities to Prevent Alcoholic Liver Cirrhosis in High-Risk Populations: A Systematic Review With Meta-Analysis.
Askgaard G, et al. Am J Gastroenterol 2019. PMID 30353053
The alcohol amount consumed by alcoholic liver cirrhosis patients was high compared to the general population. For example, 45% (95%CI 34, 56) of alcoholic liver cirrhosis patients were drinking >110 g alcohol/day. Finally, there were opportunities to reach alcoholic liver cirrhosis patients prior to diagnosis; 40-61% of alcoholic liver cirrhosis patients had a previous alcohol-related healthcare contact. ...
The alcohol amount consumed by alcoholic liver cirrhosis patients was high compared to the general population. For exam …
Alcohol Relapse After Liver Transplantation for Alcoholic Cirrhosis-Impact on Liver Graft and Patient Survival: A Meta-analysis.
Kodali S, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 2018 - Review. PMID 29194512
AIM: We performed meta-analysis to determine effect of alcohol relapse after liver transplantation (LT) for alcoholic cirrhosis on graft histology and survival. METHODS: Studies were selected using following criteria: (a) LT for alcoholic cirrhosis, (b) reporting data on liver histology and/or patient survival among relapsers and abstainers, (c) minimum follow-up of 3 years. ...
AIM: We performed meta-analysis to determine effect of alcohol relapse after liver transplantation (LT) for alcoholic cirrh
Bacterial infections in alcoholic and nonalcoholic liver cirrhosis.
Sargenti K, et al. Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2015. PMID 26011234
The etiology of cirrhosis (alcoholic vs. nonalcoholic), infection localization, and outcome as well as bacterial resistance patterns were analyzed. ...Resistance to piperacilin-tazobactam and carbapenems was more common in infections occurring in alcoholic versus nonalcoholic cirrhosis (13 vs. 5%, P=0.057 and 12 vs. 2%, P=0.009). ...
The etiology of cirrhosis (alcoholic vs. nonalcoholic), infection localization, and outcome as well as bacterial resistance pa …
Recurrent alcoholic cirrhosis in severe alcoholic relapse after liver transplantation: a frequent and serious complication.
Dumortier J, et al. Am J Gastroenterol 2015. PMID 26169514
OBJECTIVES: Alcoholic liver disease (ALD) is a major indication for liver transplantation (LT). Recurrent alcoholic cirrhosis (RAC) after LT can occur but has not been studied. ...The diagnosis of RAC was based on histological evidence or a series of features combined with severe alcoholic relapse. RESULTS: Among 1,894 adult LT patients, 712 were transplanted for alcoholic cirrhosis and survived >6 months. ...
OBJECTIVES: Alcoholic liver disease (ALD) is a major indication for liver transplantation (LT). Recurrent alcoholic
Predictive value of liver and spleen stiffness in advanced alcoholic cirrhosis with refractory ascites.
Lindner F, et al. Z Gastroenterol 2018 - Clinical Trial. PMID 29890557
Liver and spleen stiffness measurement (LSM, SSM) correlate with outcome of compensated liver disease, but data for decompensated cirrhosis disease are scarce. ...MATERIAL AND METHODS: Patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis and recurrent or refractory ascites were stratified according to TIPS eligibility. ...
Liver and spleen stiffness measurement (LSM, SSM) correlate with outcome of compensated liver disease, but data for decompensa
Alcoholic chronic pancreatitis and alcoholic liver cirrhosis: differences in alcohol use habits and patterns in Indian subjects.
Veena AB, et al. Pancreas 2012. PMID 22481284
Coexistence of cirrhosis and pancreatitis in the same patient is considered uncommon. We compared drinking patterns and related patient factors in patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis and alcoholic chronic pancreatitis. ...RESULTS: Patients with alcoholic liver cirrhosis were older. The mean ± SD age in alcoholic liver cirrhosis was 52.4 ± 9.16 years and 47.1 ± 9.78 years (P < 0.001) in alcoholic chronic pancreatitis. ...
Coexistence of cirrhosis and pancreatitis in the same patient is considered uncommon. We compared drinking patterns and related patie …
Epidemiology, Evolution, and Long-Term Survival of Alcoholic Cirrhosis Patients Submitted to Liver Transplantation in Southeastern Spain.
Legaz I, et al. Alcohol Clin Exp Res 2016. PMID 27012317
BACKGROUND: Alcoholic cirrhosis (AC) is a common cause of death among individuals abusing alcohol. In the last resort, liver transplantation (LT) is considered the only solution to save the patient's life, generating socioeconomic and public health problems. ...AC and autoimmune cirrhosis show the best posttransplant survival in both the short and long term. Patients with AC included on the waiting list for LT were Child-Pugh class B (52.1%) and Model for End-Stage Liver Disease score of 10 to 19 (71.2%). ...
BACKGROUND: Alcoholic cirrhosis (AC) is a common cause of death among individuals abusing alcohol. In the last resort, live
Epidemiology of alcoholic liver disease.
Grant BF, et al. Semin Liver Dis 1988 - Review. PMID 3283941
Although there exists a relationship between alcohol consumption and alcoholic liver disease at both the aggregate and individual levels, it is also well established that less than one-third of alcoholics or heavy drinkers develop serious alcohol-related liver damage. ...To date, no consistent evidence attests to the significance of any one factor in the susceptibility to developing alcoholic liver disease....
Although there exists a relationship between alcohol consumption and alcoholic liver disease at both the aggregate and individ …
Epidemiology of alcoholic liver disease in Denmark 2006-2011: a population-based study.
Deleuran T, et al. Alcohol Alcohol 2015. PMID 25681463
AIMS: To describe incidence, prevalence, hospitalization rates and survival for alcoholic liver disease (ALD) in Denmark 2006-2011. ...
AIMS: To describe incidence, prevalence, hospitalization rates and survival for alcoholic liver disease (ALD) in Denmark 2006- …
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