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Table 7 Scoring of fatty change (FC score) and grading of NAFLD in the five study groups

From: Reversion to regular diet with alternate day fasting can cure grade-I non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in high-fructose-intake-associated metabolic syndrome

FC score
1 < (5%)
2 (5-33%)
3 (34-66%)
4 >(66%
  Grade of NAFLD
Grade 1(PF: 0–2 and AS: 0–4),
Grade 2 (PF: 3 or AS: 5–7) and
Grade 3 (PF: 4–6 or AS: 8–12).
Portal Fibrosis
(PF: 0–6)
Activity score
(AS: 0–12)
  Lobular Inflammation and Necrosis
(LIN: 0–3)
Mallory Bodies
(MB: 0–3)
Hepatocyte Ballooning
(HB: 0–3)
Perisinusoidal Fibrosis
(PSF: 0–3)
8th week        
(C) 1 (0%)       
(M) 4 (69%) 0 1 0 1 0 Grade 1 (PF: 0 and AS: 2)
Final        
(C) 1 (0%)       
(MS) 4 (82%) 0 1 1 2 0 Grade 1(PF: 0 and AS: 4)
(MSRD) 3 (42%) 0 1 1 1 0 Grade 1 (PF: 0 and AS: 3)
(MSF) 3 (42%) 0 1 0 0 0 Grade 1 (PF: 0 and AS: 1)
(MSRDF) 1 (0%)