Predicting mortality by the Glasgow alcoholic hepatitis score: the long awaited progress?

Tilg, H.; Kaser, A.
August 2005
Gut;Aug2005, Vol. 54 Issue 8, p1057
Academic Journal
The new Glasgow alcoholic hepatitis score may represent a substantial improvement in clinical phenotyping and could catalyse the development of new treatments in severe alcoholic hepatitis.


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