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An estimated 80 million to 100 million Americans have nonalcoholic fat

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An estimated 80 million to 100 million Americans have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, which causes the liver to swell with dangerous levels of fat.

A. disease, which causes the liver to swell with dangerous levels of fat
B. causing the liver to swell with dangerous levels of fat
C. disease, and causes the liver to swell with dangerous levels of fat
D. disease that causes the liver to swell with dangerous levels of fat
E. disease; causing the liver to swell with dangerous levels of fat


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Please highlight the modifier usage in this sentence and the various options.
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I don't think GMAT is interested in the usage of 'that' vs ', which' as the usage is controversial. Not much to learn here.
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