alcoholic fatty liver


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alcoholic fatty liver

A liver with acute and subacute (i.e., precirrhotic) changes induced by alcohol, a toxin that interferes with fatty acid oxidation, impairing the tricarboxylic acid cycle, resulting in incomplete beta-oxidation products from fatty acids.

alcoholic fatty liver

A liver with acute and subacute, ie precirrhotic, changes induced by alcohol, a toxin that interferes with fatty acid oxidation, impairing the tricarboxylic acid cycle, resulting in incomplete β-oxidation products from fatty acids. See Alcoholic cirrhosis. Cf Fatty liver of pregnancy.
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