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Had cholesterol and fatty liver. Is cholesterol cause for fatty liver? Is annual health test sufficient?

The last time I was tested I had a cholesterol level of 6.7 and was told I had a fatty liver. Can high cholesterol cause this? My GGT level was 111 although I do not drink and I am a health freak when it comes to what food I eat. My blood pressure is normal, I am 67 years old, 5.3ins, 9 stone. I have no other health problems or family history of bad health. Do I have anything to worry about and is annual health test sufficient?
Asked On : Mon, 29 Apr 2013
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hi.. you have fatty changes in the liver, at this age it is sometimes common finding in ultrasound examinations.. and serum cholesterol may be associated with this, hypercholesteremia can be managed by the drugs.. see your physician for the management... all the very best..
Answered: Sat, 22 Jun 2013
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