Fatty Liver Disease Topic Guide
Fatty Liver: Fatty liver disease (NASH, NAFLD, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and nonalcoholic related steatohepatitis) is a disease where by there is an increased accumulation of fat in the liver. This fat accumulation can lead to cirrhosis and possibly liver cancer. Fatty liver disease is caused by a diet high in fat and calories, association with other diseases and conditions, and certain medications. Treatment for fatty liver disease depends on the cause of fat accumulation in the liver.
Liver Disease FAQs How would you know if you have liver disease? Get answers to your frequently asked questions (FAQs) about diseases of the liver.
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