Effects of alcohol consumption on multiple hepatocarcinogenesis in patients with fatty liver disease

@article{Ochiai2020EffectsOA,
  title={Effects of alcohol consumption on multiple hepatocarcinogenesis in patients with fatty liver disease},
  author={Y. Ochiai and Y. Kawamura and Masahiro Kobayashi and J. Shindoh and Yuta Kobayashi and S. Okubo and Nozomu Muraishi and Akira Kajiwara and Soichi Iritani and Shunichiro Fujiyama and T. Hosaka and S. Saitoh and H. Sezaki and N. Akuta and F. Suzuki and Yoshiyuki Suzuki and K. Ikeda and Y. Arase and M. Hashimoto and H. Kumada},
  journal={Hepatology Research},
  year={2020},
  volume={51},
  pages={62 - 68}
}
The number of patients with fatty liver disease (FLD) is increasing globally. Ethanol consumption in FLD is known to be associated with an increased risk of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC), but the effects of alcohol consumption on the occurrence of multiple HCCs remain unclear. We explored the relationship between the daily ethanol intake and the HCC number. 

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