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Hepatomegaly With Hepatic Steatosis
What to do if I'm 62,female diagnosed with hepatomegaly want to know the treatment for hepatomegaly with hepatic steatosis?
Hepatomegaly, otherwise known as an enlarged liver, is a clinical finding in which the liver is found to be larger than is normal, either by the physical exam from a physician or by imaging such as CT scan or ultrasound. This can be due to alcoholism, hepatitis viruses, inherited liver ...Read more
What do you suggest if i'm 62, female diagnosed with hepatomegaly want to know the treatment for hepatomegaly with hepatic steatosis?
Consultation : They will talk to you, and examine you. They will look over all your test results, and talk to your about the problem, and potential solutions. Ask about the benefits and risks of the options, and the likelihood of their success. It will be just fine. Hope this helps! ...Read more
CT scan says moderate hepatic steatosis with focal fatty sparing and enlarged liver. Pain, swelling, nausea for 2 weeks. Should I worry?
My ALT is 240 and AST is 116 and have 20 CM hepatomegaly w/steatosis-can i be affected w/ mild hepatic encephalopathy if I am confused , inattentive?
My ALT is 246 AST is 116 plasma ammonia is80 ug/dl.hepatomegaly 20cm steatosis .can I have minimum hepatic encepahlopathy if ifeel inattentiv/lethargy?
May be: While you ammonia level is above the normal limit, your lethargy may be related to issues causing the liver disease. What is your BMI? Have you changed your medications recently? If you are overweight, it is strongly imperative that you control your weight and engage in progressively vigorous exercise, after clearing it with your doctor. ...Read more
Fatty liver.: Steatosis of liver is fatty infiltration of the liver. Liver cells become infiltrated with fat, fatty acid chains (triglycerides). Most common causes: alcoholism and obesity. Treatment is to correct the cause. If occurs in pregnancy, deliver baby as soon as safe. An unusual form is 'reye's disease' where children are treated for viral disease with aspirin. No symptoms. Liver chems abnormal. ...Read more
Rx underlying dx: This accumulation of abnormal amounts of fat in the liver is generally a result of some underlying metabolic abnormality involving the organ that is most important in metabolism the fat in our diet: the liver. If overweight, under-indulge. If excessive alcohol intake, lose the booze. Type ii diabetes is associated with fatty liver and obesity, but the treatment of both is weight reduction. ...Read more
Not the same: "itis" means inflammation, so "steatohepatitis" is a liver inflammed in association with fatty infiltration. Steatosis just means fat has accumulated in the liver, without associated inflammation. A chronically inflammed liver is at risk for cirrhosis and liver cancer, so it is important to reverse steatohepatitis when possible (ie.Weight loss, correct diabetes & high cholesterol, stop alcohol). ...Read more
Diffuse mild low attenuation hepatic steatosis
Several sub centimeter lesions is the something to worry about ?
Referred to GI since ALT last 6 months was 76, 63, and 59. Mild hepatic steatosis on us. Is it necessary to see one? Don't want to and costly.
You decide: I am going to assume that hepatitis b and wilson's have been ruled out -- if one of these is the cause, you're in grave danger. I'll also assume that eliminating alcohol did not normalize your alt. There's a few rare genetic illnesses a GI doc could pick up. You have the option of going back to a fitness-focused lifestyle and seeing what happens -- this is a mainstay of treatment for nash. ...Read more
Can someone explain. Liver normal contour. Diffusely increased in echogenicity compatible with hepatic steatosis. 17cm in longitudinal dimension. ?
Hepatologist: The findings are consistent with a fatty liver and a hepatologist or gastroenterologist would be best qualified to evaluate,advise and treat you as well as order any other appropriate testing. Fatty livers are taken quite seriously and efforts to prevent liver damage are important. ...Read more
It can be: Hepatic steatosis (fatty liver) can be caused by both alcohol use and having an unhealthy diet & being obese. In fact, the most common cause of fatty liver disease in the US is poor diet & lifestyle. The disease that includes this cause is NAFLD (non-alcoholic fatty liver disease). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have hepatic steatosis with enarged liver, 18.2
exhibits significantly echogenic, echotexture.
what does this mean and is it serious?
I had a mri on my liver and the report says i have severe hepatic steatosis would inflammation be involved and would it be nash?
Fatty Liver: This very common liver disease. presence of fat does not always mean liver damage need more liver tests to determine if fat is causing liver damage ...Read more
Cirrhosis for years and now the last biopsy Shows mild hepatic steatosis ( no drink OH and I weight 130 )so does this mean I have two liver diseases?
In my recent ct results. 1.6cm renal adenoma(in previous ct it was adrenal adenoma)thickening of right adrenal and hepatic steatosis. prognosis?
?Typo: It sounds like there might be a typographical error in the report. An adrenal adenoma(which is benign) does not go away or turn into a renal adenoma. Moreover, a renal adenoma cannot be diagnosed by CT, it would require a biopsy to establish that. Have your doctor review the report for accuracy. ...Read more
Ct for possible appendicitis-didn't have..Was suggestive for hepatic steatosis.My doctor says don't worry.I'm thin and don't drink.Is this really ok?
Hmmm: I would follow up with GI physician. ...Read more