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Suffering from fatty liver. Ultrasound shows increased echogenecity, suggestive of fatty infiltration. Meaning?

My mother is suffereing with fatty liver since 13 years, she was already taking few medicines are prescribed by doctors. Today she has done few test and following is the report out come liver is bulky and shows increase echogenecity, suggestive of fatty infiltration. no focal lesion . No intrahepatic biliary radical dilatation seen. tiny crystal in left kidney .
Asked On : Sat, 15 Dec 2012
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Hi there, fatty changes of the liver is seen very frequently in people who consume alcohol and also in people who have some derangement in fat metabolism. It can also be seen as the first change in along standing case of liver disease due to any cause. Fatty liver is essentially a reversible condition and can be taken care of by using medicines and modification of diet. Do contact a gastroenterologist and take his advise. The tiny crystals in the kidney can be ignored. Take care.
Answered: Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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