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Does increased ALT and AST mean liver disorder in children ?

Children aged about 9 ( daugter) and 7 ( Son)serum billrubin -total 0.7 & 0.6, Serum billrubin direct both have 0.2, SGOT 29.00, 24.00 UI/L; SGPT 17.00 , 16.00 UI/L; ALP 175, 172 ui/l Except my children alkaline phospate evaluated. hbsag negitive. Are they have high ast and alt? Are they infected with any liver disorder? What is the normal AST and ALT of children?
Asked On : Thu, 7 Apr 2011
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it seems that both of children have normal liver functions and doesn't suffer from any liver disease.normal SGOT -5-40 IU/L,SGPT-5-40 IU/L.Be happy.ALLTHE BEST
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