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Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Sherman, David I. N., Preedy, Victor R., Watson, Ronald Ross
A comprehensive reference, this book explores both pathogenic and clinical aspects of alcoholic liver disease (ALD). The authors provide an in-depth review of the major mechanisms thought to contribute to ALD and, where possible, relate the basic science to pathogenesis and potential treatment modalities. They cover clinical aspects, diagnosis and patient management, histopathology, ethanol metabolism and its consequences, mechanisms in the pathogenesis of ALD, interaction of alcohol with viral hepatitis, and more. The book is an essential resource for basic scientists and clinicians and anyone investigating the effects of alcohol and liver pathologies.Sherman, David I. N. is the author of 'Ethanol and the Liver Mechanisms and Management' with ISBN 9780415275828 and ISBN 0415275822.
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