Fast Five Quiz: Nonalcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH)

B.S. Anand, MD


May 11, 2020

Most patients with NAFLD are asymptomatic. However, upon further questioning, more than half of the patients with NAFLD or NASH do report persistent fatigue, malaise, or upper abdominal discomfort.

Hepatomegaly is common in NAFLD. In cases of cirrhosis due to progressive NASH, symptoms of liver disease, such as ascites, edema, and jaundice, may be seen.

Learn more about the presentation of NAFLD and NASH.


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