What Is a Fatty Mass on Liver?

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The fatty mass on liver is a result of obesity. The fatty mass is due to accumulation of fat or fatty infiltration in the liver cells or hepatocytes. The accumulation causes varying degrees of inflammation and scarring in the liver.
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Fatty liver disease is an accumulation of fat in the liver. Fatty liver occurs when your body loses its ability to break down fats efficiently, leaving fat build-up in the liver.
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Fatty liver is caused by an excess of fat cells in the tissue of your liver--it is not diagnosed as such unless the fat makes up over 10% of your liver's weight. ...
Fatty liver is caused by an excess of fat cells in the tissue of your liver--it is not diagnosed as such unless the fat makes up over 10% of your liver's weight. ...
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