Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD) is hepatic steatosis in a patient without a secondary cause for fat accumulation within the liver. What are the clinical manifestations of NAFLD and how should we manage these patients?
When I began applying medical theory to practice for the first time during my internships as a medical student, I realised that it was so much more complex than what the textbooks prepare you for. I relied on the support and guidance of more experienced doctors, and I learned a lot during this time. However, I always wondered if other doctors had experienced similar cases and how they had managed them. I was also fascinated by medicine in different countries around the world.