Results Of A Diagnosis Of Fatty Liver?
Diagnosis: fatty (change of) liver, not elsewhere classified. R What does the doctor mean by the diagnosis?
Thank you Armainy Hendra for your question on the HealthReplies.com forum, diagnoses of fatty (change of) liver, not elsewhere classified as a group of diagnoses that are determined based on the ICD-10 system, this system is usually used in hospitals in general. However, this disease condition is usually referred to as fatty liver disease or what is known as fatty liver disease. Where this condition is usually characterized by an increase in fat in the liver more than 5 to 10 percent of the total liver weight. In general, this condition does not cause any symptoms but sometimes this condition can also cause symptoms in the form of:
- decreased appetite
- weight loss
- body feels weak
- concentration is disturbed
- pain in the middle of the stomach
- swelling of the liver
Where the factors that can cause this condition are:
- high cholesterol levels
- excessive alcohol consumption
- side effects of drugs
In this condition, there are some tips that can help this condition, such as:
- reducing weight
- control blood sugar and cholesterol
- regular exercise
- Limit foods that have high calories, such as rice, corn, potatoes, bread, etc.
Here is an article about fatty liver
That's all from me, hope it can help
dr. Christian Chandra