Detection of chronic liver disease: costs and benefits.

Abstract

Alcohol abuse and chronic viral hepatitis B and C are the major etiologies of chronic liver disease in the United States. Both subspecialty and primary care physicians must become more knowledgeable about the epidemiology and risk factors for developing liver disease to effectively promote both prevention and early disease detection. Both abstinence from… (More)

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@article{Quinn1997DetectionOC, title={Detection of chronic liver disease: costs and benefits.}, author={Patrick Quinn and David E. Johnston}, journal={The Gastroenterologist}, year={1997}, volume={5 1}, pages={58-77} }