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Fatty liver disease is a condition in which there is too much fat stored in the liver. Here, you will learn about non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, including its symptoms, diagnosis and treatment.
Fatty liver disease (also called non-alcoholic fatty liver disease) is a condition in which too much fat is stored in the liver. The extra fat can cause the liver to become inflamed (swollen) or irritated. It can also cause cirrhosis (when scar tissue forms in the liver).
Your liver filters blood from your stomach and intestines before spreading it throughout the rest of your body.
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Fatty liver disease can lead to serious liver conditions like end-stage liver disease, liver cancer and cirrhosis. It is important to diagnose and treat the disease early on. This way, your child has a lower risk or developing serious liver conditions.
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