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What can the disease be if I have increased hepatic parenchymal echogenecity and grade 1 infiltration of liver ?

US- INFERENCE- Increased hepatic parenchymal echogenecity & fade off far echoes, Grade one fatty infiltration of liver .- Contracted Gall bladder . Pl. tell me this dis...?
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This ultrasound says that the patient has a fatty liver and small contracted gall bladder because of probable chronic cholecystitis. This can result due to high fat diet, gall stones, infections. The patient has to stop eating junk food, fatty food, no drinking alcohol. Patient may take green leafy vegetables and more fruits. Drink plenty of water. Exercise everyday for 40 minutes by brisk walking. This will help to reduce the fatty liver. Get the Blood lipids also tested as the lipids and fat in blood also may be high.
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