Episode 8 and 9: Alcoholic Liver disease and NAFLD – Why your liver gets fat

A fatty liver is when there is excess fat droplets being deposited in hepatocytes. Usually this occurs from damages done to the liver. Alcohol is one of such factors to cause damage, but is it the only one? What other disease processes will alcohol lead to in the liver?

Stay tuned and learn about alcoholic liver disease, and non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)

Episode 8: Alcoholic liver diseases

Episode 9: NAFLD

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