That is very important to know if these masses are causing deterioration in liver function or not.
I say this because if the liver function is affected adversely, then most likely the "mass" need to be removed surgically.
If the liver functions are fine, then a watchful monitoring can be planned to see how this mass behaves with time.
I was wondering if this was fatty liver, but there are no masses in this situation, rather it represents the deposition of fats with in liver cells, diffusely, not as a mass.
At this point, this mass should be biopsied to be exactly sure about its etiology.
There are many other focal fat containing lesions with in the liver such as focal nodular hyperplasia, lipoma, angiomyolipoma, hepatic adrenal rest tumor, pseudolipoma of the Glisson capsule, and xanthomatous lesions etc.
Unless the lesion she has is exactly identified, further course of treatment can not planned precisely.
At this point, she should get back to her doctor, discuss the details i have mentioned, and ask for a specific diagnosis which will make the situation clear, and will help to chalk out further management plan that suits best to her needs.
Right now, avoiding fats and spices will be helpful.
And if this mass represent only a focal or geographic fatty change, then weight reduction is the best treatment that can help her (diet control, exercise and drugs)..
Drugs that can be used for weight loss include xenical, belviq or qsymia.
Discuss these details with her doctor.
I hope this clarifies and answers your question.
Wish you good luck.
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I would have been worried too if i were at your place but let me reassure you that this is a treatable condition and carry a good prognosis with appropriate management.