A 45-year-old man presented with jaundice, abdominal swelling due to ascites, and elevated liver function tests. He reported 1 – 2 alcoholic drinks per week and had a thin body habitus. Family history was negative for liver disease. Following diagnostic liver biopsy, he was listed for orthotopic liver transplant. A section of his explanted native liver is provided.
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• Alcoholic cirrhosis
• Alpha-1-antitrypsin deficiency
• Hepatitis B virus infection
• Hereditary hemochromatosis
• Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
• Wilson’s disease
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