- •NAFLD is the most common chronic liver disease today.
- •NAFLD is closely related to metabolic syndrome.
- •Presence of NAFL at admission can indicate a higher risk for developing more severe forms of AP.
- •Presence of NAFLD could be used as an additional prognostic tool for AP.
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