Fatigue in patients with advanced NASH may increase risk for adverse events

Worse fatigue at baseline among patients with nonalcohol steatohepatitis-related advanced fibrosis and cirrhosis correlated with a higher risk adverse clinical events, according to published results.“Although generally considered asymptomatic, almost half of patients with NASH have clinically significant fatigue which, in turn, has a profound negative impact on the overall patient experience,” Zobair M. Younossi, MD, president of Inova Medicine Services and professor and chairman of the department of medicine at Inova Fairfax Medical Campus in Virginia, and colleagues wrote inRead More

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