I am a 33 year old male. My body weight is 64.5 kg and height is 5'3". My USG report shows that the liver is mildly enlarged in size (liver span is 123 mm), but has normal shape and outline. There is a mild diffuse homogenous increase of hepatic parenchymal echogenicity suggesting mild fatty liver. No focal area of altered echogenicity is seen. The intrahepatic tubular structures are normal. The porta hepatis is normal. Portal vein measures 7 mm. The biliary tree is not dilated. The common duct at porta hepatis measures 3 mm in diameter. The gallbladder is normally distended. The gallbladder wall is normal. No calculus or mass is seen in the gall bladder. All other organs are normal in shape and size. The overall impression is mild fatty liver. My SGOT is 43 u/L and SGPT is 35 u/L. I was a social drinker, but I gave up before five years. I want to know whether my liver is in bad condition.
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LFT (liver function tests) and ultrasonography abdomen.Probable diagnosis:
Conservative treatment.Preventive measures:
1. Regular exercise.
2. Intermittent fasting.
3. Use of Omega fatty acids containing oils in the diet.
4. Reducing fat content in diet.
5. Avoiding alcohol.
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Thank you doctor,
Is there any significance of the word mild in case of fatty liver? Can it be differentiated from the normal fatty liver? In what case do doctors term it as mild fatty liver instead of fatty liver?
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