Hepatic lipidosis or 'fatty liver' is not the same as having 'stones.'
(Extreme oversimplification follows)
Stones are basically bile and cholesterol formed inside the intrahepatic ducts and ductiles. Fatty liver is a condition where deposits are found outside the liver.
However, flushing away old toxins does seem to benefit a fatty liver as well as remove intrahepatic 'stones;' it just takes some time and quite a few flushes. You'll probably see quite a few green to tan 'stones' while flushing as a lipidosis normally comes along well into some form of toxic liver - a condition ripe for forming 'stones.'
After a series of flushes, a lot of people have found their cholesterol levels to decrease and all sorts of other health benefits from clearer skin to clearer thinking.
Calcified 'stones' will show on an ultrasound whereas most 'soft stones' do not. Calcification is what happens to the intrahepatic 'stones' _inside_ the liver.
Fibrosis is when the deposits on the outside of the liver begin to harden.
Cirhhosis is when the the fibrous formations are almost completely hardened.