Diabetic/Glycogenic Hepatopathy

Hepatomegaly and high protein levels are most often observed in the type 1 diabetes patient which leads to glycogenic hepatopathy. It develops due to the excess collection of glycogen in the hepatocytes. It can be reversible with incredible glycemic control and occasionally advances to mellow fibrosis, however not cirrhosis.

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