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Long Form No. Long Form Research Area Co-occurring Abbreviation PubMed/MEDLINE Info. (Year, Title)
United Kingdom Model for End-Stage Liver Disease
(5 times)
Gastrointestinal Diseases
(1 time)
MELD (3 times)
LT (2 times)
ALF (1 time)
2012 The evolution in the prioritization for liver transplantation.
UK end-stage liver disease
(3 times)
Gastroenterology
(3 times)
ABIC (1 time)
AH (1 time)
AUROC (1 time)
2014 Nine scoring models for short-term mortality in alcoholic hepatitis: cross-validation in a biopsy-proven cohort.
United Kingdom End-Stage Liver Disease
(3 times)
Digestive System Diseases
(1 time)
MELD (3 times)
AUC (1 time)
D-MELD (1 time)
2011 Model for end-stage liver disease score predicts outcome in cirrhotic patients during pregnancy.
UK end-stage liver disease score
(1 time)
Physiology
(1 time)
GLP-1 (1 time)
2020 Circulating glucagon-like peptide-1 level in patients with liver cirrhosis.
UK Model for End-Stage Liver Disease
(1 time)
Transplantation
(1 time)
CPET (1 time)
LT (1 time)
ROC (1 time)
2014 Impaired functional capacity in potential liver transplant candidates predicts short-term mortality before transplantation.
UK Score for Patients with End-Stage Liver Disease
(1 time)
Gastroenterology
(1 time)
--- 2015 Subclinical spontaneous bacterial peritonitis at the time of liver transplantation does not impact on outcomes.
United Kingdom endstage liver disease score
(1 time)
Gastroenterology
(1 time)
AIH (1 time)
AUROC (1 time)
MELD (1 time)
2011 Early predictors of corticosteroid treatment failure in icteric presentations of autoimmune hepatitis.
United Kingdom MELD
(1 time)
Gastroenterology
(1 time)
AUROC (1 time)
AVB (1 time)
MELD (1 time)
2019 Risk stratification in acute variceal bleeding: Comparison of the AIMS65 score to established upper gastrointestinal bleeding and liver disease severity risk stratification scoring systems in predicting mortality and rebleeding.