Acute Liver Failure

Acute Liver Failure

Acute Liver Failure (ALF) is one of the most severe acute liver injuries with at least 2,000 cases per year. Anne Larson, MD, Clinical Professor of Medicine at UW Medicine NorthWest Hepatology, describes ALF and discusses treatment options.


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Anne Larson, FACP, MD

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Clinic Chief, UW Medicine/Northwest Hepatology Clinic

Dr. Larson is the clinic chief of the UW Medicine/Northwest Hepatology Clinic and a UW clinical professor of medicine.

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