Further Reading

Halsted CH (2004) Nutrition and alcoholic liver disease. Seminars in Liver Diseases 24: 289-304.

Halsted CH (1995) Alcohol and folate interactions: clinical implications. In: Bailey LB (ed.) Folate in Health and Disease, pp. 313-327. New York: M. Decker, Inc.

Klatsky AL (2002) Alcohol and cardiovascular diseases: a historical overview. Annals of the New York Academy of Science 957: 7-15.

Lieber CS (1992) In Medical and Nutritional Complications of Alcoholism: Mechanisms and Management. New York and London: Plenum Medical Book Company.

Lieber CS (2000) ALCOHOL: its metabolism and interaction with nutrients. Annual Review of Nutrition 20: 395-430.

Lieber CS (2004) New concepts of the pathogenesis of alcoholic liver disease lead to novel treatments. Current Gastroenterol-ogy Reports 6: 60-65.

McClain CJ, Hill DB, Song Z, Chawla R, Watson WH, Chen T, and Barve S (2002) S-Adenosylmethionine, cytokines, and alcoholic liver disease. Alcohol 27: 185-192.

Mendenhall C, Roselle GA, Gartside P, and Moritz T (1995) Relationship of protein calorie malnutrition to alcoholic liver disease: a reexamination of data from two Veterans Administration Cooperative Studies. Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 19: 635-641.

Mezey E (1991) Interaction between alcohol and nutrition in the pathogenesis of alcoholic liver disease. Seminars in Liver Disease 11: 340-348.

Nanji A (1993) Role of eicosanoids in experimental alcoholic liver disease. Alcohol 10: 443-446.

Secretary of Health and Human Services (2000) Tenth Special Report to the U.S.Congress on Alcohol and Health. US Department of Health and Human Services, National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

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