Cirrhosis : reviewing the literature and future perspectives

@inproceedings{Verhelst2016CirrhosisR,
  title={Cirrhosis : reviewing the literature and future perspectives},
  author={Xavier Verhelst and Albert Geerts and Hans Van Vlierberghe},
  year={2016}
}
Cirrhosis is the final stage of chronic liver disease and has many causes, including viral hepatitis, excessive alcohol intake, and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis. When decompensated cirrhosis develops, complications occur that affect quality of life and patient survival. Cirrhosis has a large burden of disease and is responsible for almost 2% of deaths in Europe. Cirrhotic patients are in need of early diagnosis and a careful follow-up for the prevention and detection of complications. The… CONTINUE READING

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