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alcohol abuse

  Showing results in LIVER GALLBLADDER AND BILE DUCTS,   years old with for 3 days
The results should NOT be considered a diagnosis. Please consult your health care provider.
edit important variables such as: black stools, bad breath, life: Alcohol, passed out but now well, urinating less than normal, palpitations with fever, cognitive defect
related types of physicians - gastroenterologist, general practitioner, internist
Alcoholism - physical addiction to alcohol despite physical mental and social problems
a.k.a alcohol dependence
'alcoholism' is considered a medical emergency
Alcoholic hepatitis - alcoholic inflammation of liver
a.k.a alcoholic liver disease
Hepatic failure or coma - liver failure causing central nervous system damage
a.k.a Liver failure, hepatic encephalopathy
'hepatic failure or coma' is considered a medical emergency
Varices gastrointestinal - enlarged and enlarged and dilated veins in the gastrointestinal tract that bleed
Liver cirrhosis - scarred liver
a.k.a hepatic cirrhosis
Pregnancy at risk for fetal alcohol syndrome
Alcoholic ketoacidosis

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