Reddened palms can be one of the signs of non-alcoholic steatohepatitis – an inflammatory process of the liver against the background of its fatty degeneration. This is reported on website American Mayo Clinic.
Bloating, dilated blood vessels under the skin, enlarged spleen, and yellowing of the skin and eyes may also indicate the presence of the disease.
The disease is an aggressive form of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease that can progress to cirrhosis of the liver. Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis can be caused by overweight or obesity, insulin resistance, and high blood sugar and fat levels.
To reduce the risk of illness, you should follow a diet, monitor your weight and engage in physical activity.
On January 21, it was reported that oncologists named the scars on the palms as one of the first symptoms of cancer. So, about 90% of cases of scarring of the palms are associated with internal malignant neoplasms.