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Alcoholic liver disease is getting a new name, alcohol-associated liver disease, or AALD. The disease is also getting new treatment approaches and new attention from researchers, clinicians and industry, according to Gyongyi Szabo, MD, PhD, FAASLD.
The management of cirrhosis has evolved at a rapid pace in recent years. During a case-based AASLD symposium on the final day of DDW® 2018, three experts reviewed the most recent developments in diuretic resistant/refractory ascites, recurrent/refractory hepatic encephalopathy and recurrent/refractory variceal bleeding. The panel was co-moderated by Catherine Frenette, MD, FAST, AGAF.