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Non-alcoholic fatty liver: Risks, signs and everything you need to know

Updated: Nov 23, 2022

Fatty liver disease not only bothers those who drink alcohol in excess. Even if you drink once in a blue moon or are a teetotaler, you are at equal risk of suffering from liver-related ailments. Several factors influence the functioning of your liver and can lead to this severe liver-related disease also known as hepatic steatosis. Being diagnosed with fatty liver conditions means that your liver has stored excess fat over the years, which is now making it difficult for the organ to function at full capacity. Those suffering from high cholesterol levels, diabetes, sleep apnea, underactive thyroid and others are prone to accumulate fat in their liver more than others.

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Medanta Institute Of Liver Transplantation And Regenerative Medicine, Sector 38, Gurugram,

Haryana 122001, India

Dr. A. S. Soin

Hepatobiliary and Liver Transplant Surgeon

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