АЛКОГОЛЬНЫЙ И НЕАЛКОГОЛЬНЫЙ СТЕАТОГЕПАТИТ: РАЗЛИЧИЯ, СХОДСТВО И ПОПЫТКА СТЕРЕТЬ ГРАНИЦЫ МЕЖДУ ЭТИМИ ЗАБОЛЕВАНИЯМИ




В. У. Буко (Buko V.U.), П. Ч. Кирвель ( Kirvel P.Ch.)

Аннотация


Целью настоящего обзора является анализ литературных данных, указывающих на сходство и различие патогенетических механизмов алкогольного и неалкогольного стеатогепатитов. Установление различий между этими заболеваниями в настоящее время затруднено их гистологическим сходством и общностью патогенетических механизмов. В то же время базирование различий на факторах риска представляется достаточно субъективным. Подчёркивается необходимость дальнейших экспериментальных и клинических исследований по данной проблеме.

Ключевые слова


печень; алкогольный стеатогепатит; неалкогольный стеатогепатит

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