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Signs and symptoms of alcoholic hepatitis include jaundice (yellowing of the skin and eyes), ascites (fluid accumulation in the abdominal cavity ), fatigue and hepatic encephalopathy ( brain dysfunction due to liver failure ).  Mild cases are self-limiting, but severe cases have a high risk of death.What are the causes of alcoholic hepatitis?
Alcoholic hepatitis is caused by drinking too much alcohol. The liver breaks down alcohol and if, over time, you drink more alcohol than the liver can process, it can become seriously damaged. Alcoholic hepatitis usually develops over time with continued drinking.How is alcoholic hepatitis treated?
You may be admitted to the hospital or treated on an outpatient basis. There is no medicine to cure alcoholic hepatitis. Treatment involves easing the symptoms and keeping the disease from getting worse. Be sure to ask your healthcare provider about recommended vaccines. These include vaccines for viruses that can cause liver disease.