Fatty Liver Disease
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Fatty liver disease is a broad term that describes a wide range of conditions caused by a build-up of fat within the liver cells. It usually shows up as an abnormality during liver function tests. Although fatty liver disease does not generally cause any pain, it may indicate other health problems.
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Generally, fatty liver disease does not show any noticeable signs and symptoms. Without treatment, there is the risk of developing liver cancer.
Fatty Liver can occur from heavy alcohol consumption (Alcoholic fatty liver disease), or consuming too many sweets, fatty foods, or carbohydrates (Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease).
Eat high fat food and the lack of physical activity, have led to fatty liver.