Fatty liver disease is a term for a variety of conditions that lead to the development of fat in the cells of the liver. Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease patients do not develop serious complications, but there is an increase in the incidence of heart attacks and stroke. Treatment of fatty liver disease involves weight reduction, though diet and exercise, and a change of lifestyle. Patients that are diagnosed with FLD due to alcohol should stop drinking alcohol.
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