alexa Diagnosis of nonalcoholic liver cirrhosis and its management

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Diagnosis of nonalcoholic liver cirrhosis and its management

Nonalcoholic liver damage can be detected by measuring the levels of certain enzymes in your blood. If the enzymes are high, an ultrasound or CT scan can often pinpoint the nature of the damage. If there's still any question, doctors can remove a small sample of tissue (biopsy) through a needle to make a diagnosis and to determine the extent of the damage. The risks of Nonalcoholic liver damage are high in people with

  • obesity or overweight
  • type 2 diabetes (this causes an increased uptake of fat into the liver cells)
  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol
  • over the age of 50
  • smoke


  • Losing weight and exercising
  • Stopping smoking and drinking
  • Medication


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