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Overview

Ultrasound

Imaging studies are often obtained during evaluation process. Ultrasonography reveals a "bright" liver with increased echogenicity.

Fatty infiltration on ultrasound

Fatty liver on ultrasound. Note that the liver is very echogenic when compared to the right kidney

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