alcohol abuse

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alcohol abuse

n.
Substance abuse involving alcohol.
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Noun1.alcohol abuse - excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinksalcohol abuse - excessive use of alcohol and alcoholic drinks
drug abuse, substance abuse, habit - excessive use of drugs
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Effects on pubertal hormones by ethanol abuse in adolescents.
In our current study, chronic ethanol abuse caused intralysosomal iron accumulation concomitant with the increase of hepatic total iron and ferritin light chain.
The dietary supplements of B complex vitamins, especially the thiamine, may also be administered to prevent the complications that can occur in patients with ethanol abuse, because the megaloblastic anemia is almost a "rule" in chronic alcoholics.
The acronym stands for Sex (male), Age (<19 or >45), Depression, Previous attempts, Ethanol abuse, Rational thinking loss, Social supports lacking, Organized plan, No spouse, and Sickness.
The present study examined the effect of ethanol abuse on the number of neurons and astrocytes in the rat cerebral cortex.
Dopamine and alcoholism: neurobiological basis of ethanol abuse.
HEMOR2RAGES is an acronym for Hepatic or Renal disease, Ethanol abuse, Malignancy, Older age (age >75), Reduced platelet function, Re bleeding, Anemia, Genetic factor (CYP2C9 variant),Excessive fall risk and Stroke.
24) It has been proven to be superior to GGT or MCV as an indicator of chronic alcohol or ethanol abuse.
In addition to mediating FASD-related attention deficits, alterations in the dopaminergic neurotransmitter system also could underlie the increased incidence of ethanol abuse and other substance abuse disorders that has been observed in individuals exposed to ethanol in utero as well as in animal models of FASD (Alati et al.
WHAT HAPPENED: The Motor Doctor and Motor Nurse, MaryLou, were working on yet another boat on a lift, this one a Whaler with a Yamaha suffering from ethanol abuse.