Journal of Digestive Disorders And Diagnosis

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Digestive Disorders And Diagnosis-alcoholic liver disease-Beata Kasztelan-Szczerbinska


Department of Gastroenterology with the Endoscopy Unit,

Medical University of Lublin, Poland.

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Beata Kasztelan-Szczerbinska


Department of Gastroenterology;

Medical University of Lublin, 

8 Jaczewski street, 20-954 Lublin,


Research Interests:

alcoholic liver disease, chronic liver diseases, liver cirrhosis, inflammatory bowel diseases, gastrointestinal tract endoscopy



  1. Results of screening in Lublin Province, Poland, for colorectal cancer and neoplastic polyps – The role of environmental factors
  2. Down-regulation and gender discrepancy in the expression of programmed death-1 (PD-1) receptor and its ligand PD-L1 on peripheral T cell subsets in patients with alcoholic liver disease
  3. Systemic immune dysregulation has an impact on patients’ prognosis in the course of alcoholic liver disease
  4. High blood concentrations of IL-6 and alterations in the systemic inflammatory and immune balance are poor prognostic indicators in alcoholic liver disease.
  5. Expression ofprogrammed death 1 (PD-1) and its ligand PD-L1 on T and B cell subsets from peripheral blood of patients with alcoholic liver disease.
  6. QT interval prolongation and QRS voltage reduction in the course of liver cirrhosis.
  7. Quality of life of patients with irritable bowel syndrome before and after education
  8. Prognostic Significance of the Systemic Inflammatory and Immune Balance in Alcoholic Liver Disease with a Focus on Gender-Related Differences
  9. Clinical Study The Genetic Predisposition and Its Impact on the Diabetes Mellitus Development in Patients with Alcoholic Chronic Pancreatitis
  10. Alkaline phosphatase – The next independent predictor of the poor 90-day outcome in alcoholic hepatitis B. Kasztelan-Szczerbinska, M. Slomka, K. Celinski, M. Szczerbinski (Lublin, PL)