By Royal College of Physicians
This new document indicates that no procedure within the physique is proof against alcohol. It discusses the position of the clinical occupation in identity and therapy of alcohol difficulties and indicates methods of enforcing more advantageous prevention.
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The most common biochemical abnormalities are increased values of the serum enzymes, aspartate aminotransferase (AST) and gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT); abnormally large red blood cells (macrocytes) are usually present. Liver biopsy shows mild to severe fat accumulation in the liver cell. 4 The cell destruction observed in the liver when this lesion is present may play an important role in the development of cirrhosis. However, in 52 per cent of patients, alcoholic hepatitis persists unchanged for several years and in 10 per cent it may heal despite continued alcohol abuse,5 suggesting that other mechanisms play an important role in the progression of the liver injury.