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Vol. 2, Issue 1 (2013)

The Problem of Fatty Liver Disease (FLD ) in Diabetics

Author(s):
Dr Seema Mishra
Abstract:
The diabetics are 50% more likely to develop liver disease. Particularly fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease is incredibly common in overweight people (type II diabetics); nearly everyone with excess weight on their abdomen has some degree of fatty liver. Diabetics, specially Type II are prone to carrying excess weight on their abdomen, but even slim diabetics often have a fatty liver. The liver relevant all biochemical parameters were measured in diabetics and compared with the estimated parameters of non diabetics, a significant differences were noticed among both groups in relation with the enzymatic profile and hepato-proteins etc. It was concluded by this work that diabetics are extremely prone to develop fatty liver disease.
Pages: 89-95  |  808 Views  4 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr Seema Mishra. The Problem of Fatty Liver Disease (FLD ) in Diabetics. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2013; 2(1): 89-95.
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