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Diabetic, have watery discharge from umbilicus, usg showed hepatomegaly with grade 1 fatty liver. Is it serious?

hello sir my aunt is suffering from watery discharge from umbilicus when we went to doctor they ased to do usg then in reports they said that she is suffering from hepatomegaly with grade 1 fatty liver .....isnt any serious condition?she is diabetic patient......her dm results are 167 random,250 after food and 180 before food....pls help me.....
Asked On : Tue, 21 Aug 2012
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She is diabetic her blood sugar levels are uncontrolled ,discharge from umblicus there are many causes how old is your aunt and is she obese .They should pay attention to cleanliness there could be infection ,bacterial or Fungal,Which could be treated with antibiotics or anti fungal as the case maybe,also there may be cyst formation (Urachal) also a possibility of hernia? get examined by physician /Dermatologist.Ultrasonography result is liver size is increased due to fatty changes in live .Control her sugar level adequately and check her lipid profile.
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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