Fatty liver (Steatohepatitis)
Fatty liver is a buildup of triglyceride fat in liver cells. A fatty liver usually causes no damage by itself, but it can lead to inflammation of the liver or cirrhosis if other problems exist. Alcohol abuse and obesity are two standard causes of advanced lipid retention in the liver which leads to Fatty Liver. As the liver becomes inflamed due to the retention of fat, hepatitis-like symptoms can begin to occur, including a general malaise, fatigue, abdominal pain, and nausea. Once the source of the fat retention is found it is usually feasible to reverse the problem with the right treatment addressing the right ailment.
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