Alcoholic hepatitis is a distinct clinical syndrome among subjects with chronic and active alcohol abuse. About 60% of US population report some alcohol use with approximately 10% engage in heavy drinking (two or more drinks per day). This online module will focus on recognizing alcoholic hepatitis, diagnosing in an appropriate clinical setting and management of a patient with alcoholic hepatitis.
Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) was first described in 1980. It has since become the number one cause for cirrhosis requiring liver transplant in the United States among patients under the age of 50. This module will help you understand the disease burden of NASH and current available therapies.
- Teacher: Mohamed Shoreibah