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Done LFT. What are the possible diseases?

Hello Please find attached LFT of one of my clients. Please advise the possible diseases Regards Patient Name: IRFAN Consultant: FARISHTAH PIR Hb 11.3BILLIRUBIN TOTAL mg/dl 13.5 S.G.P.T (A.L.T) U/L 1244 S.G.O.T (A.S.T) U/L 2198 ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE U/L 408 GAMMA G.T U/L 134 TOTAL PROTEIN G/dl 8.2 ALBUMIN G/dl 2.7 GLOBULINS G/dl 5.5 A/G RATIO 0.5 YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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Hello Tahir and thanks for the query
Your client's Liver function test are highly disturbed. He needs immediate hospitalization and to be investigated for the cause of such a high liver function test. Certain causes are: Hepatitis, Obstructive Jaundice and Liver Cirrhosis.
Stop smoking and alcohol, avoid all kind of fatty and oily food. Take plenty of water.
If you provide me some detailed history like what symptoms are present, general condition and any history of liver disease etc, than I will able to give you a proper and detailed answer.
Best Wishes
Answered: Fri, 19 Oct 2012
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