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Liver Function Test done. Is the report normal?

My Liver Function Test results :- Bilirubin - total, serum by Diazo Method---------- Observed 0.40 Bilirubin - Conjugated, serum by Diazo Method--------- Observed 0.10 Bilirubin - UnConjugated, serum by Calculation------- Observed 0.30 SGOT (AST), serum by Enzymatic method --------Observed 19 SGPT (ALT), serum by Enzymatic method --------Observed 28 Alkaline Phosphatase , serum by pNPP-kinetic --------Observed 83 Protein (total), serum by Biuret method --------Observed 6.67 Albumin, serum by Bromocresol green method --------Observed 4.07 Globulin, serum by calculation --------Observed 2.60 So, are my test results ok?
Asked On : Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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Your results are absolutely normal and hence there is nothing to comment upon it.
Answered: Thu, 14 Feb 2013
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