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Mild Fatty Liver

Fatty liver is a disorder of the liver caused due to storage of excess fat in the liver. Obesity, type 2 diabetes, alcohol intake, metabolic disorder, certain medications, etc., are the cause of fatty liver. Mild fatty liver is a reversible condition. This can be done by lifestyle modifications.

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I have grade 1 fatty liver. Please help.

Query: Hello doctor, All my reports are normal except one. They told me that I have a grade-1 fatty liver. What does this mean?  Read Full »

Dr. Ramesh Kumar S

Answer: Hello, Welcome to The liver functions as a filtering system of the intestines. The blood that leaves the stomach first needs to pass through the liver before it exits from the intestines. The liver also secretes bile, a fluid that is required to break down fats during the dige...  Read Full »

My daughter has abdominal pain. Please review her reports.

Query: Hello doctor,My daughter, 26 years old, has had abdominal pain and is prone to constipation for several years. She recently had an ultrasound which showed hyperechoic results in her liver, possibly due to a hepatitis process. She never drinks alcohol, does not eat gluten, wheat or sugar. Of course, ...  Read Full »

Dr. Singh Smrita

Answer: Hello, Welcome to A hyperechoic lesion in the liver can be due to many causes, both benign and malignant. The most common cause is a hepatic hemangioma, a benign lesion which is present in about 4 % of the population. Other causes could be hepatic adenoma (seen in some w...  Read Full »

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