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Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Doctor :   HI,
Doctor :   Can yo please type the Scan report ?
Doctor :   you*
User :   I don't have the scan report. May I asked you how much I'm being charged for this service.
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Doctor :   the word cloudy is a synonym for homogeneous appearance
Doctor :   such picture can be expected in fatty liver
User :   A fatty liver is this good or bad.
Doctor :   its a bad thing , but reversible
User :   what other organs could be affected
Doctor :   fatty liver is a lone presentation, there would be no associated other organ involvement
User :   what would cause this
Doctor :   May i know your age and gender ?
User :   58 female
Doctor :   ok, may i know your height and weight ?
User :   5'7" 188lbs
Doctor :   your BMI is 29.4 and you are over weight , and that could be the cause of fatty liver
Doctor :   Do you consume alcohol ?
User :   yes
Doctor :   May i know how often and the quantity of the alcohol you consume ?
User :   on occasion i will have 2 drinks of alcohol
Doctor :   ok, alcohol too has an effect on liver and can cause the fatty liver
Doctor :   i would advice you to get a LFT ( Liver function test )
User :   can this be treated
Doctor :   which will give a detailed insight into the liver health
Doctor :   yes, it can be treated
Doctor :   avoidance of alcohol and weight loss are the mainstay of treatment
Doctor :   and consuming diet free of fat and spices will help in fast recovery
User :   thank you for your help God Bless
Doctor :   you are welcome
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me
Doctor :   Bye for now
Doctor :   Take care
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