Alcohol Associated Liver Disease - Clinical
- AALDA 01: Epidemiology
- AALDA 02: Clinical and Therapeutic
- AALDA 03: Nutrition
- AALDA 04: Sociopsychological issues
- AALDA 05: Liver transplantation
- AALDA 06: Alcoholic ACLF
- AALDA 07: Critical care issues and infections
- AALDA 08: Liver tumours
- AALDA 09: Miscellaneous
Alcohol Associated Liver Disease – Basic Science
- AALDB 01: Immunology
- AALDB 02: Liver regeneration
- AALDB 03: Animal models
- AALDB 04: Pathology
- AALDB 05: Gut microbiota
- AALDB 03: Novel therapies
- AALDB 06: Miscellaneous
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