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Alcoholic Liver Disease | Combined Clinical & Laboratory Index (CCLI)

Purpose:

To use the initial Combined Clinical and Laboratory Index (CCLI) from 1979 to assess the severity of alcoholic liver disease.

Specialty:

Gastroenterology
Clinical Pharmacology & Toxicology

Objective:

clinical diagnosis, including family history for genetics, laboratory tests, disease progression

ICD-10:

K70.9

Description:

The Combined Clinical and Laboratory Index (CCLI) is a global score of alcoholic liver disease severity derived from a series of combined clinical and laboratory measurements commonly used to assess liver disease. The initial version was proposed in 1979, and was later revised in 1983.

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