Preface| Volume 107, ISSUE 3, Pxvii-xviii, May 2023

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Hepatology Update for Clinicians

Published:February 20, 2023DOI:
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      Anand V. Kulkarni, MD, DM, Editor
      The discipline of Hepatology encompasses a broad spectrum of acute and chronic liver diseases with ultimately some patients requiring and benefiting from liver transplantation. While a remarkable achievement has been of the development of safe and effective chronic hepatitis C therapies, there has been a steady increase in disease burden due to nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and cirrhosis. The rate of hospitalization in those with cirrhosis has steadily increased, and this has led to enormous resource utilization and health care costs. As such, several specialists and nonspecialists, such as Gastroenterologists, Hepatologists, Internists, Hospitalists, Advance Practice Providers, and Nurses, have varying types and degrees of health care contact with those with liver disease.
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