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1963; Bouchier and Dawson, 1964). , 1968). The role of hepatic blood flow may also influence fatty acid uptake in alcoholic fatty liver although reports are conflicting. In animal models, a reduction in hepatic blood flow was reported by Bravo et al. (1980) whereas Villeneuve et al. (1981) showed no change. , 1990). , 1988). Fatty acids are also transported in plasma within chylomicron remnants. , 1980) while others found no difference in chylomicron remnant uptake between control and alcohol fed rats (Redgrave and Martin, 1977).
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Moreover, serum IgA is markedly elevated and serum albumin decreased. CORRELATION BETWEEN MORPHOLOGY AND CLINICAL COURSE OF ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS As in many other liver diseases, a clear-cut correlation between histopathological findings and clinical severity of alcoholic hepatitis does not exist. , 1993; Hall, 1995). , 1987), whereas mortality in cirrhotics without hepatitis was not significantly different from that of alcoholics without cirrhosis or hepatitis. Alcoholic hepatitis in the absence of cirrhosis was not accompanied by increased mortality.