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.
The vast amount of knowledge and expertise gathered in this book make it an unparalleled resource.
Table of Contents
Specific Lesions. Direct and Indirect Consequences of Alcohol Metabolism. Mechanisms of Damage. Epidemiology and Diagnosis. Extrahepatic Effects. Management.
Sherman, David; Watson, Ronald Ross