Fatty liver disease is an umbrella term that refers to the accumulation of fat in the liver. There are two types of it, non-alcoholic and alcoholic steatohepatitis. There are 4 symptoms of this disease that are an early warning sign of infection, according to “Express”.
The difficulty lies Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NAFLDBeing idiopathic, it may result from chronic diseases such as diabetes or obesity, as alcoholic hepatitis is known to be caused by excessive consumption of alcoholic beverages, and according to the British Health Authority, the symptoms of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis are often latent and not apparent and this It may indicate a malignant condition, as the symptoms of this disease are difficult to identify although they sometimes appear in the early stages.
According to the British Health Authority, there are a number of difficult-to-define symptoms that indicate hepatitis infection and sometimes appear in the early stages of the disease:
Symptoms of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis that appear in the early stages
1- Feeling tired
2- Feeling of mild or severe pain in the upper right of the stomach
4- Jaundice, itchy skin and swelling
How is nonalcoholic steatohepatitis diagnosed?
Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is often diagnosed after a blood test known as a liver function test, but not in all cases a blood test detects it, at which time an abdominal ultrasound should be performed.
Conditions associated with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease:
1- Being overweight or obese.
2- Insulin resistance, as the sugar is not absorbed by cells.
3- High blood sugar, which is a precursor to diabetes, and it may be type 2.
4- High levels of fats in the blood, especially triglycerides.