Diagnosed with acute alcohol induced hepatitis and early cirrhosis denied a liver transplant bleeding and infection are risks. on dialysis--prognosis?
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Radiology - Interventional 22 years experience
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Transplant Surgery 41 years experience
Still drinking?: Acute liver injury due to alcohol use is unlikely to have a good outcome unless abstinence occurs. That is the only chance of surviving. The kidney injury may improve - insufficient info to respond. Top priority now is alcohol abuse treatment. - for long term prognosis.
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Last updated Dec 10, 2013
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