Ethanol and the Liver Mechanisms and Management

by David Sherman, Ronald Ross Watson

Ethanol and the Liver Mechanisms and Management Synopsis

Distilling the available knowledge on ethanol-induced liver damage and directly complementing the available bio-medical literature, Ethanol and the Liver covers pathogenic and clinical aspects of alcoholic liver disease. Providing broader coverage of the subject than any available monograph, the editors and their panel of experts relate basic science to pathogenesis and treatment modalities and explore future developments. Coverage includes: Histopathology-fatty liver, alcoholic hepatitis, and cirrhosis Ethanol metabolism and its consequences Mechanisms in the pathogenesis of ALD, including genetics, immunology, and insulin-like growth factors Extrahepatic effects of ALD and the role of alcohol in potentiating liver damage due to other etiologies Interaction of alcohol with viral hepatitis Epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment Management strategies, including transplantation The vast amount of knowledge and expertise gathered in this book make it an unparalleled resource.

Ethanol and the Liver Mechanisms and Management Press Reviews

an excellent and informative book covering all aspects of the effect of alcohol on the liver and also other organsa very useful book for clinicians and researchers interested in alcoholic liver disease and is recommended. - Practical Gastroenterology, June 2005

Book Information

ISBN: 9780415275828
Publication date: 30th May 2002
Author: David Sherman, Ronald Ross Watson
Publisher: CRC Press an imprint of Taylor & Francis Ltd
Format: Hardback
Pagination: 718 pages
Categories: Hepatology, Diseases & disorders,

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