Quiz: Liver Failure
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Liver failure is a condition that occurs when a large portion of the liver becomes damaged and unable to function. Sometimes liver failure develops quickly, over several days (acute liver failure); other times, it develops slowly, over months or years (chronic liver failure). There are numerous causes of liver failure. Which of the following is NOT a common cause of liver failure?

  • A.

    Alcohol use

  • B.

    Drug use (eg, acetaminophen)

  • C.

    Gallstones (hard deposits that can form in the gall bladder or its ducts)

  • D.

    Viral hepatitis (inflammation of the liver caused by a hepatitis virus)

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