Alcoholic hepatitis is liver inflammation caused by drinking alcohol. Women are more susceptible to alcoholic hepatitis than men, as well as people of African-American or Hispanic descent. Also, people who have genetic mutations in the way alcohol is broken down in their body have an increased risk of getting alcoholic hepatitis. The best prevention to alcoholic hepatitis is avoiding all alcohol, or if not, then drinking alcohol in moderation. Once diagnosed with alcoholic hepatitis, a patient should not drink any alcohol at all.
Hepatitis, Alcoholic Bioinformatics Tool
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