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Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease can be effectively managed in primary care

Teruni MuthuveloeEarly detection of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease by GPs can mitigate morbidity and mortality and improve outcomes for patients, say Teruni Muthuveloe and Dr Jane Wilcock

Manchester University Medical Student Dr Jane Wilcock GP Swinton Salford

Published online: 01 January 2008



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