Symptoms of the Fatty Liver Disease

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Like most chronic liver diseases, non-alcoholic fatty liver disease develops asymptomatically until the patient enters the cirrhosis phase and complications associated with the disease appear (e.g. accumulation of fluid in the abdomen, encephalopathy and haemorrhaging).

Being a silent disease, its diagnosis in the early stages is difficult.

Substantiated information by:

Isabel Graupera Garcia-Milà
Marta Cervera Carbonell
Pere Ginès Gibert

Published: 19 August 2022
Updated: 26 August 2022

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