(1) First, alcohol or alcohol history is the most important condition for identifying alcoholic or nonalcoholic fatty liver;
(2) with or without long-term The history of drinking and the amount of pure alcohol are the basis for determining alcoholic liver disease (ALD). For example, the amount of pure alcohol consumed by men should be greater than 40 grams per day, and women should be greater than 20 grams per day.
(3) ALD patients often go to the hospital to see a doctor, often due to heavy drinking and symptoms, such as jaundice, fever, ascites and other symptoms, individuals caused by alcoholism caused by fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, jaundice With limbs shaking, body sweating, mental and neurological symptoms, ALT, AST often up to 1000U /L or more, GGT is significantly elevated and hypoglycemia, hepatic coma and so on.
(4) Domestic research has found that: drinking alcohol is more than 90 grams per day, drinking history is 20 years, 83% of alcoholic liver disease has developed cirrhosis, and some have developed cirrhosis decompensation. Symptoms and signs.
(5) If you drink more than 180 grams per day, cirrhosis can occur in a short period of time, and the life expectancy is also significantly shorter than that of non-drinkers.