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FSHN 450-3 liver

If ALT>AST liver
If AST>ALT heart
Most specific enzyme to liver GGT (gamma glutaryl tranferase)
A to G ratio albumin to globulin (goes from 2
Steatosis fatty build up in liver
Cholestasis reduction or stoppage of bile flow
NASH non-alcoholic steatohepatitis
NASH vs. NAFLD NASH is the progression of NAFLD leading to fibrosis, necrosis, and hepatocyte ballooning
MNT for NASH just weight reduction
MNT acute hepatitis 35-40 kcal, up to 30 en% fat, 1.5-2 g/day protein
Cholestyramine bile acid sequesterant (for jaundice)
Chronic hep C looks a lot like metabolic syndrome
MNT for hep c similar to end-stage liver; maybe fish>meat
Created by: melaniebeale