fatty liver definition

  • noun:
    • The unusual retention of triglycerides in the vacuoles for the liver
    • yellow stain because of the buildup of specific fats (triglycerides) into the liver; is caused by alcohol cirrhosis or maternity or contact with particular toxins
    • The abnormal retention of triglycerides in the vacuoles of this liver
    • yellow discoloration due to the accumulation of particular fats (triglycerides) in the liver; may be due to alcoholic cirrhosis or maternity or contact with particular toxins
    • The unusual retention of triglycerides inside the vacuoles associated with the liver
    • yellowish discoloration because of the accumulation of specific fats (triglycerides) in liver; is due to alcohol cirrhosis or pregnancy or contact with specific toxins
    • The unusual retention of triglycerides in the vacuoles associated with liver
    • yellowish discoloration because of the accumulation of certain fats (triglycerides) into the liver; can be brought on by alcohol cirrhosis or maternity or experience of particular toxins

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