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What is Fatty Liver Disease?

Description of the disease

Fatty liver disease (FLD) is a condition characterized by the accumulation of fat in the liver tissue. Normally, the liver contains a small amount of fat, but in FLD, this process becomes excessive, which can lead to serious health consequences.


  • Alcoholic FLD
  • Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)


FLD often progresses without symptoms, but prolonged disease can lead to symptoms such as fatigue, discomfort in the abdomen, and increased liver sensitivity.


The main cause of alcoholic FLD is alcohol abuse, while NAFLD is associated with obesity, diabetes, and high levels of fat in the blood.


Various methods are used to detect FLD, including biochemical blood tests, ultrasound, and computed tomography.


Treatment of FLD includes lifestyle changes, diet, alcohol cessation, and, if necessary, medication therapy.


Prevention of FLD includes healthy eating, physical activity, and avoiding harmful habits.


For the diagnosis and treatment of FLD, you should consult a gastroenterologist or hepatologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.