To focus solely on NAFLD nomenclature, not patient care, is ‘ultimately detrimental’

This exercise about nonalcoholic fatty liver disease nomenclature is a distraction from what patients really care about.Patients are most interested in being correctly identified as having NAFLD or nonalcoholic steatohepatitis rather than being told they have just a little fatty liver and don’t worry about it. Patients are also interested in having a treatment approved, or, at least at this point, being cared for in a meaningful, engaged way with active monitoring and access to the tools we have — everything from a coach to a bariatric surgery consult, and many things in between,Read More

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