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10 years old having fever. Test shows high ALP. Ultrasound reports normal. What are the risks?

Dr. my daughter is 10 years old due to fever we had visited a hospital where they conducted liver function test & report says everything is normal but Alkaline Phosphatase (ALP) is high ie., 375.00 (normal range shown is 50.00 - 136.00) hence the Dr. told us to do Ultrasound ScanAbdominal/ Pelvic Ultrasound even this report shows normal. when i checked online for alkaline phosphtase and was very much afraid to know some diseases etc. please guide me
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Hi ! High level of alkaline phosphatase in blood may be a normal phenomena in growing children unless and otherwise there are other features of liver infection or hepato biliary diseases. So I do not think it to be a cause of worry. She should be investigated as a case of fever if the same persists for a while. Wishing your daughter a quick recovery.
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