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steatosis

(ˌstɪəˈtəʊsɪs)
n
the abnormal accumulation of fat within a cell or organ
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In distinction, the fatty change that was observed in these groups in comparison to the diseased picture revealed a significantly minimal change.
Group C showed moderate degree of disruption in hepatic architecture, characterized by the destruction of a number of liver cells and fatty change in the hepatic parenchyma leading to increase in hepatic lobular diameter23 (fig-1b).
This argument was supported by focal fatty change beneath the capsule in patients receiving intraperitoneal insulin during peritoneal dialysis (19).
Figures 4 and 5 showed the photomicrograph of the liver of wistar rat fed with 40 percent cassava and 60 percent wheat composite bread showing moderate fatty change (MFC) and granulated cytoplasm (GC).
A CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis with and without contrast showed bilaterally enlarged calcified adrenal glands, hepatomegaly with fatty change, splenomegaly, and mild ascites (Figures 4-6).
Histological damage including fatty change in hepatocyte, dilation of sinozoid, and congestion in high lipid diet fed.
Fatty change or Steatosis(St) represents the intracytoplasmic accumulation of triglycerides (neutral fats) of parenchymal organs.
The remaining cases of conventional HCC (60 of 82) showed variable features of end-stage liver disease with or without fatty change.
Literature shows that CT may not carry more weightage than US in terms of diagnosis and CT may only be useful in identifying focal fatty change in liver.
Following chronic alcohol exposure, rats developed endotoxemia and severe pathological changes in the liver such as pronounced fatty change, vacuolar degeneration and inflammation.
The first was fatty change of the liver in type 2 diabetes that is characterized by hyperinsulinemia.