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Scare Them or Inspire Them?

Today, my patient, a woman, 42 years of age, brought her daughter who is 18 years of age with her for her visit. Mother has PCOS, class III obesity and type 2 diabetes. She told me she brought her because of the strong family history of diabetes on both sides of his family. She wanted her to understand what someone who has diabetes goes through.

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International Textbook of Diabetes Mellitus, 4th Ed., Excerpt #99: Pathogenesis of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) Part 1

NAFLD is defined as steatosis (greater than 5–10% of hepatocytes are fatty), which is not due to excess use of alcohol (defined in European and American guidelines as greater than 20 g of alcohol daily for women and greater than 30 g for men), or other conditions as determined by careful family and medical history, and laboratory tests to exclude at least steatosis due to viral and autoimmune causes and iron overload.

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