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Whats the difference of liver injury due to booze and hepatitis a?
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Dr. Yash Khanna
Family Medicine
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In brief: Liver Injury
Liver injury can be caused by drinking too much alcohol, which in the end cancause cirrhosis of liver and ultimately liver failure or bleeding varicose veins in esophagus.
But any liver disease caused bu infection like hepatitis a, b orc , or any other toxin which causes liver toxicity can result in liver failure. But alcoholism is the commonest all over the world.

In brief: Liver Injury
Liver injury can be caused by drinking too much alcohol, which in the end cancause cirrhosis of liver and ultimately liver failure or bleeding varicose veins in esophagus.
But any liver disease caused bu infection like hepatitis a, b orc , or any other toxin which causes liver toxicity can result in liver failure. But alcoholism is the commonest all over the world.
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