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Alcoholic liver disease
Alcoholic liver disease is liver damage that results from alcohol misuse. The least severe stage of alcoholic liver disease is alcoholic fatty liver disease, followed by alcoholic hepatitis and then alcoholic cirrhosis; some overlap exists between these stages. Symptoms generally occur only once the liver has been severely damaged.
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