What is Fatty liver disease?
Fatty liver disease is very common in middle aged Americans, with the incidence increasing with the obesity epidemic. Major risk factors include obesity and type 2 diabetes, though it’s also associated with excessive alcohol consumption.
It usually causes no symptoms. When symptoms occur, they include fatigue, weight loss, and abdominal pain.
Treatment involves reducing the risk factors such as obesity through a diet and exercise program. It is generally a benign condition, but in a minority of patients, it can progress to liver failure (cirrhosis).
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