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Seminars in Liver Disease is a quarterly review journal that publishes topic specific issues related to the specialties of hepatology and gastroenterology.
As the premiere review journal in the field, Seminars in Liver Disease provides in-depth coverage with articles and issues focusing on topics such as cirrhosis, transplantation, vascular and coagulation disorders, cytokines, hepatitis B & C, Nonalcoholic Steatosis Syndromes (NASH), pediatric liver diseases, hepatic stem cells, porphyrias as well as a myriad of other diseases related to the liver. Attention is also given to the latest developments in drug therapy along with treatment and current management techniques.
2016 Topics Include:
New Treatments in Liver Disease
Greg Gores, Ariel Feldstein
Gut Microbiota, Hepatic function, and Hepatic Disease
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