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Anonymous asked in HealthDiseases & ConditionsHeart Diseases · 1 decade ago

regarding hepatomegaly steatosis?

do hepatomegaly cause serious problems do it is a fatal disease?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    It is not fatal. It means that your liver is enlarging because of fat deposits in it. It is not fatal but warrants serious attention. It may lead to cirrhosis which is an end stage of liver disease or it may even lead to CA in some cases if you don't take care of your liver. This stage is manageable. If your drinking alcohol, stop it. Loose weight. Control diet. Check your medications if it has adverse effects on the liver. Better consult a gastroenterologist so you get a better perspective on this disease entity.

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  • sheets
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    4 years ago

    Hepatomegaly With Steatosis

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  • 3 years ago

    Hepatomegaly With Hepatic Steatosis

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  • 1 decade ago

    Hepatic steatosis, also called steatosis, or fatty liver can be a temporary or long-term condition, which is not harmful itself, but may indicate some other type of problem. Left untreated, it can contribute to other illnesses. It is usually reversible once the cause of the problem is diagnosed and corrected.

    The liver is the organ responsible for changing fats eaten in the diet to types of fat that can be stored and used by the body. Triglycerides are one of the forms of fat stored by the body and used for energy and new cell formation. The break down of fats in the liver can be disrupted by alcoholism, malnutrition, pregnancy, or poisoning. In fatty liver, large droplets of fat, containing mostly triglycerides, collect within cells of the liver. The condition is generally not painful and may go unnoticed for a long period of time. In severe cases, the liver can increase to over three times its normal size and may be painful and tender.

    Hepatic steatosis or Fatty liver is usually reversible if recognized and treated. There may be some long-term tendency toward other types of liver problems depending on how long and how severe the fatty liver condition was.

    Treatment involves correcting the condition that caused fatty liver and providing supportive care. In fatty liver caused by alcoholism, the treatment is to give up drinking alcohol and to eat a healthy, well balanced diet. In fatty liver associated with pregnancy, the recommended treatment is to deliver the baby, if the pregnancy is far enough along. Vitamin and mineral supplements along with nutritional support may be useful.

    You should talk to your doctor for more details.

    Take care as always!

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    4 years ago

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