fatty liver

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yellow discoloration as a result of the accumulation of certain fats (triglycerides) in the liver

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The hepatic steatosis was graded according to following criteria, Grade I: increased echogenecity of liver with visible periportal and diaphragmatic echogenecity; Grade II: increased liver echogenecity with imperceptible periportal echogenecity without obscuration of diaphragm; Grade III: increased echogenecity of liver with imper-ceptible periportal echogenecity and obscuration of diaphragm.
Hepatic steatosis included increased echogenicity and sound attenuation.
Green tea decrease hepatic steatosis by reducing hepatic insulin resistance which is a key mechanism in its pathogenesis.
Herein, we utilized BPA as a tool to uncover novel methylation changes associated with hepatic steatosis in the Srebp-1c and Nrf2 promoters.
Factors such as obesity, insulin resistance, dyslipidemia and other metabolic syndrome components have been promoting a steady increase in the prevalence of hepatic steatosis worldwide, thus making the liver more and more susceptible, modifying its response pattern and favoring the worsening or appearance of liver lesions.
NGM282 is another recombinant human analog mimicking the action of an FGF, this time FGF19, and early data also suggest that it also reduces hepatic steatosis and key biomarkers of NASH.
The excessive accumulation of lipid droplets into the hepatocytes can result in hepatic steatosis.
Background: Hepatic steatosis (HS) is the early stage of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease which is caused by impaired hepatic lipid homeostasis.
hepatic steatosis is the most common finding in liver biopsies.
Thus, it is reasonable to speculate that the association of visceral obesity and hepatic steatosis is needed for the progression from NAFLD to NASH, and this data confirms that our model reproduces most of the pathogenetic mechanisms leading to liver injury associated with the metabolic syndrome.
In patients with simple hepatic steatosis alone, serum ALT levels are higher than serum AST levels.
he is diagnosed with asymptomatic hepatic steatosis, and is told
Health risks of childhood obesity include cardiovascular disease (CVD), type 2 diabetes, hepatic steatosis, gallstones, and gastrooesophageal reflux.