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What does it mean when your liver is enlarged.?

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Dr. John Edmison
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
5 doctors agree

In brief: Hepatomegaly

You have hepatomegaly when your liver is enlarged.
The most common cause of hepatomegaly is hepatic steatosis or a "fatty liver". I recommend you discuss these findings with the physician who ordered the imaging study as follow up blood work is usually advised in order to screen for common causes of liver disease.

In brief: Hepatomegaly

You have hepatomegaly when your liver is enlarged.
The most common cause of hepatomegaly is hepatic steatosis or a "fatty liver". I recommend you discuss these findings with the physician who ordered the imaging study as follow up blood work is usually advised in order to screen for common causes of liver disease.
Dr. John Edmison
Dr. John Edmison
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Dr. Abdullah Mubarak
Internal Medicine - Hepatology
2 doctors agree

In brief: It may be Normal

Evaluate with a physician to exclude any undiagnosed liver disease.

In brief: It may be Normal

Evaluate with a physician to exclude any undiagnosed liver disease.
Dr. Abdullah Mubarak
Dr. Abdullah Mubarak
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