A podiatrist is a doctor certified and trained to prevent, diagnose and treat conditions associated with the foot and ankle. Over time, people with diabetes tend to develop nerve damage in their feet and lower legs and need treatment from a podiatrist.
Daniel A. Albert, MD
Specialty: Internal Medicine
- internal medicine
Location and Office HoursDartmouth-Hitchcock Rheumatology
1 Medical Ctr
Lebanon, NH 03756
- Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
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Evidence of a fatty liver is considered almost a guarantee among people who consistently drink heavily. But about 40 percent of people who drink in moderation also may show signs of a fatty liver. When it is not found in combination with cirrhosis or more advanced stages of alcoholic liver disease, fatty liver disease alone does not typically cause symptoms, so it is possible that many people have the condition without being aware of it.Helpful? 1 person found this helpful.
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