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De nouvelles études établissent un lien mortel entre l'alcool, le poids et les maladies hépatiques chez la femme
Date:4/24/2013

805; 25) et une consommation d'alcool faible ou élevée (entre 0 et 15 unités ou plus de 15 unités par semaine). L'IMC permet de mesurer la corpulence d'une personne en fonction de son poids et de sa taille, les personnes ayant un score ≥ 25 étant classées comme en surpoids. L'étude a montré que le risque était significativement plus élevé dans le groupe de femmes présentant à la fois un IMC élevé et une consommation d'alcool élevée, ces participantes étant plus susceptibles de développer une maladie hépatique chronique.

Le Dr Prati a expliqué : « Ces découvertes auront un impact considérable sur la façon dont nous pouvons aider des millions de personnes dans le monde exposées au risque de développer une maladie hépatique. Les femmes sont particulièrement exposées à ce risque car elles sont deux fois plus sujettes aux lésions hépatiques liées à l'alcool que les hommes et développent une forme plus sévère de la maladie à des doses plus faibles et avec une consommation d'alcool de plus courte durée.[2] Sur la base de cette recherche, nous savons qu'une personne ayant un faible IMC et une consommation élevée d'alcool présente un risque accru de développer une maladie hépatique chronique par rapport à une femme qui a un IMC élevé mais qui ne consomme pas beaucoup d'alcool. D'autres études sont nécessaires pour déterminer les seuils exacts à partir desquels chaque facteur de risque augmente, de façon individuelle ou combinée, le risque de maladie hépatique chronique mais il s'agit d'une première étape importante dans la bonne direction ».

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