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  1. Aug 25, 2020 · An autopsy (also known as a post-mortem examination or necropsy) is the examination of the body of a dead person and is performed primarily to determine the cause of death, to identify or characterize the extent of disease states that the person may have had, or to determine whether a particular medical or surgical treatment has been effective.

  2. 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 ...

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  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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  5. Jan 13, 2010 · The average time since alcohol consumption had significantly declined or ceased until the diagnosis of alcohol withdrawal syndrome in patients admitted for AWS was 55.4 h (SD 31.1) compared to 41.1 h (SD 23.9) in patients admitted for a medical or surgical condition (P < 0.001). The ICU transfer rate was 37.8% (95% CI 33.1–37.8).

    • R. Monte, R. Rabuñal, E. Casariego, H. López-Agreda, A. Mateos, S. Pértega
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  6. Aug 31, 2016 · The individual amount of alcohol consumed acutely or chronically decides on harm or benefit to a person’s health. Available data suggest that one to two drinks in men and one drink in women will benefit the cardiovascular system over time, one drink being 17.6 ml 100 % alcohol. Moderate drinking can reduce the incidence and mortality of coronary artery disease, heart failure, diabetes ...

  7. Sep 01, 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 ...