Biology of disease
8 pages (2000 words)
These tests reveal that that there are increased liver enzyme levels (Raman & Allard, 2006). This implies that many of the patients suffering from the condition will show few or show none of the symptoms associated with the disease. The condition is the most widely known trigger of unexplainable increases in the persistent elevation of liver enzymes, after the number one trigger of the change, hepatitis (Arredondo, Amores &Guerrero, 2010) The key symptoms that lead to the discovery of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease include fatigue, malaise, and diffuse abdominal or right-upper quadrant discomfort (Tolman & Dalpiaz, 2007).