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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

nal Liver Congress[TM], qui est le principal événement scientifique et professionnel sur l'hépatologie dans le monde ;
  • des rencontres comprenant des conférences monothématiques et spéciales, des cours de troisième cycle et d'autres rencontres approuvées qui ont lieu tout au long de l'année ;
  • des écoles cliniques et fondamentales d'hépatologie, une série d'événements couvrant différents aspects du domaine de l'hépatologie ;
  • la revue Journal of Hepatology publiée tous les mois ;
  • la participation à un certain nombre d'initiatives stratégiques au niveau européen.
  • À propos de l'International Liver Congress[TM]2013

    L'International Liver Congress™ 2013, le 48ème congrès annuel de l'EASL (European Association for the study of the Liver), se tiendra au RAI Convention Centre d'Amsterdam du 24 au 28 avril 2013.

    Ce congrès attire chaque année plus de 9 000 cliniciens et scientifiques venus du monde entier et permet de s'informer sur les dernières recherches et perspectives ainsi que sur les traitements les plus récents pour les maladies hépatiques auprès des plus grands spécialistes du domaine.

    Références

    1. Trembling PM, INFLUENCE OF BMI AND ALCOHOL ON LIVER-RELATED MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY IN A COHORT OF 108,000 WOMEN FROM THE GENERAL POPULATION FROM UKCTOCS. Présenté à l'International Liver CongressTM 2013.

    2. Sato N, Lindros KO, Baraona E, Ikejima K, Mezey E, Jarvelainen HA, et al. Sex difference in alcohol-related organ injury. Alco
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