Type 2 diabetes linked to more liver fat

01/29/2008 | Medscape (free registration)

Patients with Type 2 diabetes had 80% more liver fat than nondiabetics of the same weight, a study found. Researchers say the findings suggest the need to consider the higher levels of liver fat when making treatment decisions and to diagnose patients with fatty liver to prevent cirrhosis and liver failure.

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