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Information about Fatty Liver
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Published on November 19, 2008

Author: frjessie

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HOW much DO YOU LOVE YOUR LIVER? : HOW much DO YOU LOVE YOUR LIVER? Slide 2: Do you love your liver? Slide 3: How Can You Love it If You Don't Know it? Slide 4: Hi... I'm Your Liver! Let me tell you how much I love you…in 9 ways Slide 5: 1. I store the iron reserves you need, as well as a lot of vitamins and other minerals. Without me, you wouldn't have the strength to carry on! Slide 6: 2. I make bile to help digest your food. Without me, you'd waste away to nothing. Slide 7: 3. I detoxify poisonous chemicals you give me, and that includes alcohol, beer, wine and drugs (prescribed and over-the-counter) as well as illegal substances. Without me, your "bad" habits would kill you. Slide 8: 4. I store energy, like a battery, by stockpiling sugar (carbohydrates, glucose and fat) until you need it. Without me, the sugar level in your blood could fall dramatically and you'd go into a coma. Slide 9: You couldn't have gotten out of bed this morning if I weren't on the job!. Slide 10: 5. I make the blood that got your system going even before you were born. Without me, you wouldn't be here! Slide 11: 6. I manufacture new proteins that your body needs to stay healthy and grow. Without me, you wouldn't grow properly! Slide 12: 7. I remove poisons from the air, exhaust smoke and chemicals you breathe. Without me, you'd be poisoned by pollutants! Slide 13: 8. I make clotting factors that stop the bleeding when you accidentally prick yourself. Without me, you'd bleed to death! Slide 14: 9. I help defend you against the germs going into your body all the time. I take those cold germs, flu bugs and other germs you encounter, and knock them dead - or at least weaken them. Without me, you'd be a sitting duck for every infection known to man. Slide 15: That's how much I love you... but do you love me? Slide 16: Now, let us share about a most common liver disease – fatty liver ….. Fatty Liver : Fatty Liver What is it? Fatty liver is the collection of excessive amounts of fat inside liver cells, also called steatosis. Mostly triglycerides. Common type of Fatty Liver : Common type of Fatty Liver 1. Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) - affect people who drink little or no alcohol. simple fatty liver (steatosis), usually causes no liver damage. Slide 19: 2. Nonalcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH), a more serious type. Cause by hepatitis infection, malnutrition, obesity, diabetes mellitus, and Reye's syndrome . In some cases, this can progress either to cirrhosis, which can produce progressive, irreversible liver scarring, or to liver cancer. Slide 20: Reye's Syndrome - a deadly disease, attack any child or adult without warning. All body organs are affected, with the liver and brain suffering most seriously.  Cause and cure remain unknown, research has established a link between Reye's Syndrome and the use of aspirin and other salicylate-containing medications. Slide 21: 3. Alcoholic steatosis. Cause alcohol by abuse All body organs are affected, with the liver and brain suffering most seriously.  Cause and cure remain unknown, research has established a link between Reye's Syndrome and the use of aspirin and other salicylate-containing medications. Slide 22: Causes: Nonalcoholic fatty liver - It's unclear exactly what causes disease. But many researchers believe the contributing factors are: Obesity Hypertension Abnormal cholesterol levels Slide 23: 2. It's also unclear exactly how a liver becomes fatty. The fat may come from other parts of the body, or the liver may absorb an increased amount of fat from the intestine. Another possible explanation is that the liver loses its ability to change fat into a form that can be eliminated. What are the symptoms? : What are the symptoms? Fatty liver usually produces no symptoms. Jaundice right-side abdominal pain abdominal swelling fever. Slide 25: At more advanced stage, liver becomes cirrhosis Cirrhosis refers to scarring of the liver. It replaces healthy tissue. Scar tissue cannot do what healthy liver tissue does. Scar tissue also blocks the normal flow of blood through the liver. Cirrhosis can be life-threatening, but it can also be controlled if treated early. A fatty liver is enlarged and has a greasy, pale yellow look. : A fatty liver is enlarged and has a greasy, pale yellow look. How is it diagnosed? : How is it diagnosed? The liver may be tender when the abdomen is pressed. Blood tests - for liver function. Ultrasound or abdominal CT scan. What is the treatment? : What is the treatment? Treatment for fatty liver is aimed at eliminating or treating the cause of the condition. In some cases, fatty liver is reversible if caught early in its development. Pregnancy-related fatty liver is treated by delivering the baby, if viable. Severe liver damage can occur if fatty liver is left untreated. In these cases, the patient may eventually require a liver transplant AbN Statistic PGH – CT Scan : AbN Statistic PGH – CT Scan AbN Statistic PGH – U/sound : AbN Statistic PGH – U/sound Fatty liver % detection vs no of check-up 2006 : Fatty liver % detection vs no of check-up 2006 Slide 32: That shows some people do not love me enough…  Slide 33: Now, Let me tell you some easy ways to love me, your liver Slide 34: Don't drown me in beer, alcohol or wine! Even one drink is too much for some people and could scar me for life. Slide 35: I scar easily.. and those scars, called "cirrhosis" are permanent.Medicine is sometimes necessary. But taking pills when they aren't necessary is a bad habit. All those chemicals can really hurt a liver. Watch those drugs! All drugs are chemicals, and when you mix them up without a doctor's advice you could create something poisonous that could damage me badly. Slide 36: Be careful with aerosol sprays! Remember, I have to detoxify what you breathe in, too. So when you are cleaning with aerosol cleaners, make sure the room is ventilated, or wear a mask. That goes double for bug sprays, mildew sprays, paint sprays and all those other chemical sprays you use. Be careful what you breathe! Slide 37: Watch what gets on your skin! Those insecticides you put on trees and shrubs not only kill bugs they can get to me right through your skin and destroy my cells, too. Remember they're all chemicals. Cover your skin with gloves, long sleeves, a hat and mask every time insecticides are in the air or if you're handling them. Slide 38: Don't eat too much fatty food! I make the cholesterol your body needs, and I try to make the right amount. Give me a break. Eat a good, well balanced nourishing diet. If you eat the right stuff for me, I'll really do my stuff for you! Slide 39: WARNING: I can't and won't tell you I'm in trouble until I'm almost at the end of my rope... and yours. Remember: I am a non-complainer. Overloading me with drugs, alcohol and other junk can destroy me! This may be the only warning you will ever get. Slide 40: Take My Advice, Please! Check me out with your doctor. Blood screening tests can identify some trouble. If I'm soft and smooth, that's good. If I'm hard and bumpy, that could mean trouble. If your doctor suspects trouble, ULTRA SOUND and CT scans can look into it. My life, and yours, depends on how you treat me. Slide 41: Now you know how much I care for you.Please treat me with tender loving care. Your silent partner and ever-loving lover….LIVER THANK YOU : THANK YOU

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