EASL Clinical Practical Guidelines: Management of Alcoholic Liver Disease

These guidelines are largely based on the issues raised during the European Association for the Study of Liver monothematic conference on Alcoholic Liver Disease in 2010. The guidelines have three main aims: (1) to provide physicians with clinical recommendations; (2) to emphasize the fact that alcohol can cause several liver diseases (steatosis, steatohepatitis, cirrhosis), all of which may coexist in the same patient; (3) to identify areas of interest for future research, including clinical trials.

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European Association for the Study of the Liver
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