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Fatty liver disease symptoms: Itchy skin may mean you have the troublesome condition

Fatty liver disease symptoms: Itchy skin may mean you have the troublesome condition

By the time NASH occurs, there's no doubt that the liver is damaged. There are tell-tale signs the condition has entered this troublesome stage of [...]
Fatty liver disease: Fetor hepaticus 'breath of the dead' could indicate your risk

Fatty liver disease: Fetor hepaticus 'breath of the dead' could indicate your risk

There are other tests to check for fatty liver disease like ultrasounds. But ultrasounds aren’t very good for overweight or elderly people - the ma [...]
Fatty liver disease: Abdominal pain is an early sign of the dangerous condition

Fatty liver disease: Abdominal pain is an early sign of the dangerous condition

Fatty liver is also known as hepatic steatosis. It happens when fat builds up in the liver. Having small amounts of fat in your liver is normal, bu [...]
Fatty liver disease symptoms: Shrinking testicles are a warning sign

Fatty liver disease symptoms: Shrinking testicles are a warning sign

Fatty liver disease is the term for a range of conditions caused by a build-up of fat in the liver. There are two main types of fatty liver disease [...]
Fatty liver disease: Edema in your legs is a warning sign – what is it?

Fatty liver disease: Edema in your legs is a warning sign – what is it?

Fatty liver disease whereby fat builds up in the cells of your liver. There are two main types of fatty liver disease - non-alcoholic and alcohol-r [...]
Fatty liver disease: Have you noticed your eyes are more yellow? Risk found in your eyes

Fatty liver disease: Have you noticed your eyes are more yellow? Risk found in your eyes

How to reduce your riskThe advice given to people with fatty liver disease has been to exercise, count calories and lose weight, but – as we all kn [...]
Fatty liver disease symptoms: Blotchy red palms may be a sign of a damaged liver

Fatty liver disease symptoms: Blotchy red palms may be a sign of a damaged liver

Long-term damage to the liver causes hard, irregular bumps to replace smooth liver tissue. The scarring of the life-supporting organ can lead to re [...]
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