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Had ct w/contrast. It said low attenuation throughout the hepatic parenchyma of the liver what does that mean?

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Dr. Milton Alvis, jr
Preventive Medicine

In brief: Probably fatty liver

vs. poor scan quality (in opinion of the physician dictating the interpretation).
Look up: https://www.google.com/#q=low%20attenuation%20hepatic%20parenchyma & http://radiopaedia.org/articles/hepatic-attenuation-on-ct. Fatty liver=result of LFHC foods (concepts contrary to all scientific evidence: https://goo.gl/vFz1f3; promoted by $, study: https://goo.gl/0oeAIk) vs. HFLC (saturated fats) foods.

In brief: Probably fatty liver

vs. poor scan quality (in opinion of the physician dictating the interpretation).
Look up: https://www.google.com/#q=low%20attenuation%20hepatic%20parenchyma & http://radiopaedia.org/articles/hepatic-attenuation-on-ct. Fatty liver=result of LFHC foods (concepts contrary to all scientific evidence: https://goo.gl/vFz1f3; promoted by $, study: https://goo.gl/0oeAIk) vs. HFLC (saturated fats) foods.
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