Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease
Dr Gerry Morrow
Editor CKS, Medical & Product Director (Primary Care) Agilio Software; July 2022
The prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is directly correlated with the rise in obesity, and is set to become the most common reason for liver transplantation worldwide. Prognosis is poor for those with advanced disease but effective management by practice nurses can improve outcomes
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