Alcoholic Fatty liver

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Fatty Liver is also well known as steatohepatitis. Drinking heavily may lead to chronic health issues including heart disease, ulcers, excessive weight gain, and liver damage such as alcoholic fatty liver disease (FLD) and cirrhosis. For many people, FLD is the first sign of a potentially larger problem with this vital organ and could point to signs of alcohol abuse or addiction. Alcoholic steatohepatitis is caused by alcohol abuse and only happens in people who are heavy drinkers and those who have been drinking for a long period of time. The risk of developing an alcoholic fatty liver disease is higher for heavy drinkers who are obese, women, or have certain genetic mutations.




    The most common symptoms are :

    This is the earliest stage of alcohol-related liver disease. More severe or progressed forms of alcoholic liver disease include alcoholic hepatitis and cirrhosis.
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