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Long-term alcohol abusers can develop a chronic and dangerous inflammation of the liver known as A. hepatic amyloidosis. B. alcoholic hepatitis. C. cirrhosis. D. fibrosis
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User: Long-term alcohol abusers can develop a chronic and dangerous inflammation of the liver known as A. hepatic amyloidosis. B. alcoholic hepatitis. C. cirrhosis. D. fibrosis

Weegy: Long-term alcohol abusers can develop a chronic and dangerous inflammation of the liver known as B. alcoholic hepatitis.
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Long-term alcohol abusers can develop a chronic and dangerous inflammation of the liver known as cirrhosis.
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