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... I just went in for an ultrasound. All organs appeared okay but the comment on my liver was, "Liver parenchyman echogenicity is mildly increased compared with the kidney, consistent with fatty infiltration. ... (2 replies)
... I am sorry to hear about your situation. To answer your question, it would be best if you google it. There is alot of information out there on this. ... (3 replies)
... what is your weight and height and age? ... (3 replies)

... Just wanted to post some info for those who have been checked out and are "ok'd" but still suffering from paranoia by liver problems or "impending doom". You are probably suffering from what most Alcoholics go through called Post Acute Withdrawl. ... (5 replies)
... I was recenty diagnosed with Mild Fatty Infiltration of the Liver by means of an Ultrasound. The doctor said the ultrasound was not consistant with Cirrihrious nor did he think I had it. ... (5 replies)
... Just to follow up on what Lenin is saying. Basically what I was saying but much more direct, if your liver enzymes are normal, don't sweat it! ... (5 replies)
... If the CT scan came back as mild fatty infiltration is it pretty safe to assume that is what it is? ... (5 replies)
... I just recently had a ct scan that showed an enlarged spleen and diffuse fatty infiltration of the liver? ... (3 replies)
... hi! I had liver problem in the year 2004,After that it was ok for 4 years now i have been facing pain in my right side below the ribs.so when i checked my blood the s.g.p. ... (1 replies)
... I quit drinking 2 years ago and was just diagnosed via ultrasound with dense fatty infilitration. I've read that fatty liver can be confused with cirrhosis, etc. ... (18 replies)
... or confirm disease. I too have some mild pain around my liver area, basically at the base of my liver. But I've had ultrasounds, CT scans, LFT test and endoscopy. Nothing wrong with my liver. ... (5 replies)
... it noted mild infiltration of the liver. ... (5 replies)
... I have had fatty liver for several years. They do not really know what causes it but they are researching it. There are several ideas. It can be fairly serious. ... (18 replies)
... grandmother had hepititis, type not known to me, and had cirrosis of the liver. She also had crests syndrom which they are watching me regularly for. I also have liver spots, the brown spots in odd places, I have always dismissed them but I am getting more of them mostly on my arms. ... (0 replies)
... as been in poor health since Sept 1997. Started out having chronic fatigue, painful goute episodes in his feet, and abdominal pain. Blood work results showed his liver enzymes were elevated. SGOT in the 60s and SGPT in the 60s. His doctors told him he needed to stop drinking and then have the tests repeated. ... (4 replies)
... Past history of fatty liver... ... (13 replies)
... am a severe hypochondriac with anxiety and panic disorder. So I am at the doctors ALOT! I have had 5 ultrasounds over the last 20 years, maybe 3 times they show fatty liver. My liver enzymes were only really elevated once in my 20s. ... (6 replies)
... Hi. I'm new to the forums, but am trying to find out what is going on with my daughter since her doctors have been telling me "I don't know" for 5 years now. ... (0 replies)
... Just got back from the Dr. The tests for Hep was neg and I have no signs of stones. No tumors or cysts. What I do have is a Mild fatty infiltration in my liver. He said this is the most common cause of elevated enzymes. When you put on fat, not only does it go in your belly, legs, arms, etc. ... (8 replies)
... Tree frog or anyone else, I have seen you here and on the liver board, I need your help, you seem to know alot about these things and could use your interpitation. ... (0 replies)


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