“Fatty Liver Disease” describes a range of conditions caused by an accumulation of fat in the liver. The disease affects about 10% of Australians and is the most common reason for mildly abnormal results on liver function testing. Fatty Liver occurs when fat in the liver cells represents more than 10% of the liver’s weight. It does not cause pain, nausea or fatty food intolerance, but does sometimes indicate other health problems.
Facts About Fatty Liver Disease
First Edition 2005
- What is fatty liver disease?
- What causes Fatty Liver?
- What is NAFLD (Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease)?
- What is NASH (Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis)?
- How is Fatty Liver diagnosed?
- What should you do if you have NAFLD or NASH?
Facts About Fatty Liver Disease is now available as an A4 size pdf file.
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