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Liver Failure. Liver (hepatic) failure is a loss of liver function because of the death of many hepatocytes. The damage can occur suddenly, as with a viral infection, or slowly over time, as with cirrhosis. Acute liver failure refers to both fulminant hepatic failure (FHF) and subfulminant hepatic failure.How do you test for acute liver failure?
Acute liver failure. Diagnosis. Tests and procedures used to diagnose acute liver failure include: Blood tests. Blood tests are done to determine how well your liver works. A prothrombin time test measures how long it takes your blood to clot. With acute liver failure, blood doesn't clot as quickly as it should.What is acute liver failure (ALF)?
Acute liver failure (ALF) is a rare and often heterogeneous presentation of severe liver dysfunction in a patient with otherwise no pre-existing liver disease.What is the laboratory of liver diseases?
The mission of the Laboratory of Liver Diseases is to investigate the immunological aspects and molecular pathogenesis of alcoholic and nonalcoholic fatty liver diseases, and to explore novel therapeutic targets for the treatment of these disorders. ALD is a major cause of chronic liver disease, leading to cirrhosis and liver cancer.