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Gut fungal dysbiosis: what role in cirrhosis?

The gut mycobiota is believed to be involved in the development of cirrhosis and its complications, and as such should be considered when making therapeutic choices. A bacteria/fungi ratio could even be used as a predictor for the risk of hospitalization.   As their immune system is weake...
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NAFLD*: intestinal dysbiosis and risk of liver cancer

Impairments of the intestinal microbiota are thought to contribute to the risk of developing hepatocellular carcinoma in patients suffering from metabolic steatopathy.   Is there a relationship between the composition of the intestinal microbiota and hepatocarcinogenesis? This question ha...
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A liver transplant improves the intestinal microbiota and its functions

A liver transplant in a cirrhotic patient brings about a significant reduction in the intestinal dysbiosis that accompanies the disease, including a greater abundance of commensal bacteria populations and an improvement in many organic functions that are correlated with their presence.   ...
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