All items of liver sugar electrolyte examination are normal (alanine aminotransferase and aspartate aminotransferase are low), there is no fatty liver, and color Doppler ultrasound shows that the echo of liver parenchyma is slightly thickened (there was no such situation in the examination a year ago). What does the doctor mean? Need treatment?
According to your color Doppler ultrasound examination, the echo of liver parenchyma is slightly thickened. In fact, this situation generally does not explain the problem. In other words, it does not mean that there is a problem.
It's normal to have fatty liver. In addition, according to the test results, it shows that your liver function is no problem, which also shows that there is no problem with the liver from one side. Of course, there is no need for treatment. I suggest you review regularly in the future.
The male is 30 years old. His liver sugar and electrolyte tests are normal. Alanine aminotransferase and aspartate aminotransferase are low. He usually has no fatty liver. Go to the hospital for color Doppler ultrasound to show that the echo of liver parenchyma is slightly thick. Generally, this situation is considered to have slight damage to liver function. It is recommended that you drink more water, rest more, eat more fresh fruits and vegetables, avoid spicy, greasy and irritating food, exercise properly, and go to the hospital for review regularly
According to the situation described by the patient, if it is low, it is generally of no clinical diagnostic significance, so it is recommended that you do not need to worry at all. Generally, when it is high clinically, consider the problem. Since there is no abnormality in the transaminase test, I suggest that the patient should not worry too much. As long as the hepatocyte necrosis generally indicates that the transaminase level is abnormal.
According to your description, if your liver color Doppler ultrasound indicates that the echo of your liver parenchyma is slightly thickened. Your glutamic acid and glutamic pyruvic transaminase are slightly lower, so there is no big problem, but I suggest you consider checking 5 hepatitis B, excluding the possibility of hepatitis, if liver function and hepatitis B 5 are all no problem, then you should not be too concerned about the liver color Doppler ultrasound, regular physical examination every year is OK, usually do not stay up all night tired, do not smoke and drink.