Dearth of clinical ways to detect liver diseases says Study

Blood samples are the go-to way to identify people with acute liver diseases. However, a recent study in the field points to a dearth of clinical ways for the diagnosis of liver conditions. Fatty liver is a common condition, associated primarily with type 2 diabetes and obesity, in which fat accumulates in the liver. Some people with fatty liver will develop cirrhosis of the liver or liver cancer, but it is hard to identify these individuals in time.

Different scoring systems are currently used where the risk of liver disease is estimated by using clinical parameters and blood tests, enabling doctors to identify people with advanced liver fibrosis. However, it is unclear how good these systems are at predicting the risk of severe liver disease in the general population.

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