Fatty liver (nonalcoholic steatosis) occurs in a quarter of the population of civilized countries, and in combination with cirrhosis of the liver occurs in 5-11% of all people.
Steatosis is characterized by stable asymptomatic. Pathology is detected by chance, for checkups. Fatty liver may be complicated by inflammatory process. At the same time developing steatohepatitis, in which liver tissue is replaced by connective. The accession of inflammation to fatty infiltration is completed with cirrhosis in 10% of patients.
Fatty liver is a disease characterized by the accumulation of lipids in liver cells in response to toxic injury and comorbidities.
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