28- THE PREVALENCE, RISKS AND COSTS OF NASH

The prevalence, risks and costs of NASH

NASH is associated with cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular mortality. Prof Rosano, UK discusses the prevalence, risks and economic costs of NAFLD and NASH. He sheds lights on the risk of obesity that induces many changes. He also reviews countries with higher prevalence, age characteristics and the incidence and progression of the disease

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The prevalence, risks and costs of NASH

NASH is associated with cardiovascular diseases and cardiovascular mortality. Prof Rosano, UK discusses the prevalence, risks and economic costs of NAFLD and NASH. He sheds lights on the risk of obesity that induces many changes. He also reviews countries with higher prevalence, age characteristics and the incidence and progression of the disease

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Comparison of four non-alcoholic fatty liver disease detection scores in a Caucasian population

Several scores based on easily measurable biochemical and clinical parameters, including the fatty liver index (FLI), hepatic steatosis index (HSI), lipid accumulation product (LAP), and NAFLD liver fat score (LFS), have been developed for the detection of NAFLD. However, comparative information regarding the efficacy of these scores for predicting NAFLD…
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Physical Activity, Measured Objectively, is Associated With Lower Mortality in Patients With Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

D. Kim et al. (Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, California, United States) studied whether physical activity, measured by accelerometer, is associated with all-cause and cardiovascular mortality among individuals with NAFLD. The authors performed a longitudinal analysis using the 2003-2006 US National…
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