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  1. Aug 31, 2016 · After consumption of large quantities of alcohol over years the clinical picture of heavy alcohol drinkers could be indistinguishable from other forms of dilated or familial cardiomyopathy. Alcohol is still suspected to be the major cause or contributory factor of secondary nonischemic dilated cardiomyopathy being involved in up to one third of ...

    • B Maisch
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    • 2016
  2. Aug 24, 2015 · Nontraumatic alcohol-related dementia syndromes can be prevented with adequate nutrition, including vitamin supplementation, and limited alcohol consumption. Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder (and fetal alcohol syndrome). Total abstinence from alcohol during pregnancy is recommended because of the potential of alcohol-related teratogenic effects ...

  3. death and necropsy was slightly longer in the 1991. ... of cases cause of death was medically confirmed imme- ... tive study of the health effects of alcohol consumption in middle-aged.

  4. Apr 01, 2020 · Alcohol associated liver disease (AALD) is one of the 30 most frequent causes of death in the world and liver-related death rates correlate with alcohol consumption . Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a chronic, relapsing disease affecting about 10% of the general population in western countries.

    • Giovanni Addolorato, Giovanni Addolorato, Ludovico Abenavoli, Marcello Dallio, Alessandro Federico, ...
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    • 2020
  5. To assess the risk of death associated with various patterns of alcohol intake. Prospective study of mortality in relation to alcohol consumption at recruitment, with active annual follow up.

  6. cular disease are at greater risk of heat-related death. Predis-posing factors that may limit the body's ability to emplace an effective thermoregulatory response to excessive heat include dementia, psychiatric illnesses, diabetes, hyperthyroidism, obesity, burns, alcohol consumption,and chronic alcohol mis-use.

  7. Alcohol consumption in moderation has been reported to lower the risk of contracting coronary heart disease which is a major contributor of mortality in developed countries [1]. Beneficial effects ...

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