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2020 | Topic: Metabolism, alcohol and toxicity

The coexistence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and alcohol-related liver disease

In reality, both non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and alcohol-related liver disease (ARLD) very often coexist. This coexistence amplifies the burden typically associated with each disease, its liver-related morbidity (rate of disease), mortality (resulting deaths), and the burden it places on healthcare resources.

Full version of Policy Statement on Coexistence of NAFLD & ARLD

Lay summary of Policy Statement on Coexistence of NAFLD & ARLD

 

EASL thanks The German Association for the Study of Liver Disease (GE), Prof. Dr. Peter R. Galle and Prof. Dr. Jörn M. Schattenberg for the translation of this EASL policy statement into German.

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