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Neutrophils, necrosis of hepatocytes, collagen deposition, and fatty change are charachteristic features in which of the following conditions?

A) Steatosis of liver
B) Acute alcoholic hepatitis
C) Tetracycline-induced liver toxicity
D) CMV infection in hepatocytes
E) HSV-1 infection in hepatocytes
F) HBV-related cirrhosis
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A. steatosis of liver due to chronic alcoholism, but this change is still reversible.
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B .... alcoholic hepatitis .......
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The correct answer is B) Acute alcoholic hepatitis
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