However, the difference was not statistically significant.
Students preferred problem-based learning over lecture-based learning because of motivation boost, a higher quality of education, knowledge retention, class attractiveness, and practical use.
Severity of fatty liver also had a close relationship with the presence of acanthosis nigricans and HOMA index.
Conclusions: Prevalence of fatty liver is high in our obese children.
Results: The grade of fatty liver was higher in older children (P = 0.001).
It was also more in taller and heavier children (P = 0.000).
It was associated with criteria of metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance, so visceral fat may participate in the pathogenesis of the metabolic syndrome or merely serve as a marker of increased risk for the metabolic complications of obesity.