ea0065mte4.1 | Fighting liver fat | SFEBES2019
, Tomlinson Jeremy
Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) is the most highly prevalent chronic liver condition and is associated with significant adverse outcomes, both through liver-specific morbidity and mortality, but perhaps more importantly, through adverse cardiovascular and metabolic outcomes. NAFLD is a spectrum of disease, extending from simple steatosis, through to inflammation and fibrosis and risk of cirrhosis. The mechanisms that govern hepatic lipid accumulation and the predispo...