In fatty liver, fat accumulates in the liver cells. Simple fatty liver usually does not damage the liver, but is a condition that can be identified by taking a sample of liver tissue (liver biopsy) and examining it under a microscope.
What causes fatty liver?
Fat may accumulate in the liver with extreme weight gain or diabetes mellitus. Fatty liver can also occur with poor diet and certain illnesses, such as tuberculosis, intestinal bypass surgery for obesity, and certain drugs such as corticosteroids, or in the setting of heavy alcohol use. A patient has fatty liver when the fat makes up at least 10% of the liver. Eating fatty food by itself does not produce a fatty liver.
Simple fatty liver is not associated with any other liver abnormalities such as scarring or inflammation. It is a common finding in patients who are very overweight or have diabetes mellitus.
Alcoholism could also result in inflammation of the liver (alcoholic hepatitis) and/or scarring (alcoholic cirrhosis) and needs to be differentiated from NASH by patient history.
Possible explanations for fatty liver include the transfer of fat from other parts of the body, or an increase in the extraction of fat presented to the liver from the intestine. Another explanation is that the fat accumulates because the liver is unable to change it into a form that can be eliminated.
How is fatty liver diagnosed?
Fatty liver is usually suspected in a patient with the diseases or conditions described above. The patient may have an enlarged liver or minor elevation of liver enzyme tests. Several studies show that fatty liver is one of the most common causes of isolated minor elevation of liver enzymes found in routine blood screening.
In diagnosing fatty liver, the physician will first eliminate the other possible causes of chronic liver disease, especially alcohol abuse. Images of the liver obtained by an ultrasound test, a computed tomography (CT) scan, or a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan, can suggest the presence of a fatty liver. In the ultrasound test, a fatty liver will produce a bright image in a ripple pattern. A CT scan will show a liver that is less dense than normal.
The diagnosis must be confirmed by a liver biopsy, a procedure where the physician inserts a needle into the liver and extracts a sample of tissue, which is examined under a microscope.
Ayurvedic Treatment of Fatty Liver:
Out treatment of Fatty Liver is composed of Ayurveda based food supplements HCV Compound 1, 2 & 3 Capsules which are given in combination to provide quick relief if a person is having Fatty Liver and has elevated liver enzyme levels.
HCV Compound 1: 1 Capsule Twice a day with one glass of water.
HCV Compound 2: 1 Capsule Twice a day with one glass of water.
HCV Compound 3: 1 Capsule Twice a day with one glass of water.
Continuous use of HCV Compound 1, 2 & 3 Capsules is recommended for 6 months to 1 year.
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