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Hepatology is the branch of medicine that incorporates study of liver, gallbladder, biliary tree and pancreas as well as management of their disorders.
Unlocking the cure for hepatitis B virus: Challenges and opportunities

Unlocking the cure for hepatitis B virus: Challenges and opportunities

Researchers improve the system for stratifying mortality risk of variceal bleeding

Researchers improve the system for stratifying mortality risk of variceal bleeding

Debate intensifies over vegan diets for children, pediatric associations weigh in

Debate intensifies over vegan diets for children, pediatric associations weigh in

Common liver disease expected to rise sharply in next 25 years

Common liver disease expected to rise sharply in next 25 years

Study shows link between food insecurity and liver disease in teens

Study shows link between food insecurity and liver disease in teens

Novel and emerging therapies offer new hope for patients with inflammatory bowel disease

Novel and emerging therapies offer new hope for patients with inflammatory bowel disease

New insights into the pathogenesis of chronic liver diseases

New insights into the pathogenesis of chronic liver diseases

Researchers announce a new genetic classification system for gastric cancer

Researchers announce a new genetic classification system for gastric cancer

Brain peptides activate GH–IGF-1 axis to prevent the progression of MASLD, study reveals

Brain peptides activate GH–IGF-1 axis to prevent the progression of MASLD, study reveals

Microscopic inflammation in IBD linked to higher risk of serious infections

Microscopic inflammation in IBD linked to higher risk of serious infections

Quality of ultrasound scans of the liver and kidneys found to be lower in obese patients

Quality of ultrasound scans of the liver and kidneys found to be lower in obese patients

Study discovers link between birthweight and onset of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in young people

Study discovers link between birthweight and onset of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease in young people

Monocyte-derived macrophages play a crucial role in liver regeneration

Monocyte-derived macrophages play a crucial role in liver regeneration

Researchers describe the origin and fate of liver myofibroblasts

Researchers describe the origin and fate of liver myofibroblasts

Study uncovers previously unknown compensatory mechanism in liver disease

Study uncovers previously unknown compensatory mechanism in liver disease

Genetic markers could help identify people at risk for metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease

Genetic markers could help identify people at risk for metabolic dysfunction-associated steatotic liver disease

Loneliness, depression and social isolation linked to digestive diseases in older adults

Loneliness, depression and social isolation linked to digestive diseases in older adults

First-degree relatives of patients with MASLD have higher risk of developing liver-related diseases

First-degree relatives of patients with MASLD have higher risk of developing liver-related diseases

Scientists elucidate mechanism behind early loss of vaccination protection in people with autoimmune disease

Scientists elucidate mechanism behind early loss of vaccination protection in people with autoimmune disease

Study identifies racial and ethnic differences and emerging trends for deadly liver cancer

Study identifies racial and ethnic differences and emerging trends for deadly liver cancer

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