Liver enlargement with decreased SGPT
Due to the jaundice in the younger stage,i have elivated liver enzymes for the last many years.around 2003,my SGPT & OT are 128 and 48.now its reduced to 60 & 26.Now my problem is my last ultrasound scan ,it is seen that span of liver has increased f
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How to reduce enlarged liver ?
Sir my S.G.O.T is 116 and S.G.P.T is 314 and from ultrasound report my liver is mildly enlarged in size measuring 16.3 cm. So how to reduce this.
Liver shows mild enlargement with fatty changes
In 2003 ,during blood it is understood that my liver enzymes were elevated and my sgpt & sgot levels in 2003 is 128 and 48 and sugar level is 80.last blood test on 2011 may,results shows that my sgpt is 64,sgot is 26,alk pho is 237 u/l,fasting blood
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Ultrasound shows enlarged liver. Anything to worry?
liver enlarged 17.1 cms. in long axis with fatty changes of the parenchyma. no evidence of focal leisons. no evidence of intrahepatic bilary dilation. the portal vein is not dilated. I got this report from ultrasound. could you tell me is this really a issue for the liver or is there anything...
Hi thanks for using HCM. Yes this can be reduced if we remove the causative agent like infection or obstruction or some drugs.
I have an Enlarged liver should i be worried
Thanks for the query
Enlarged liver is always pathological and should be evaluated for in detail. Please approach a gastroentrologist for further follow up.
Most common reasons are fatty liver, infections, tumour and alcoholism.
Do not ignore this any further and get it evaluated as soon as possible
I hope I was of help
I have really bad abdominal pains in the right side of my stomach for the past week and its getting worse and worse s each day passes.
Thanks for writing in.
Please consult a surgeon and get clinical examination. It can be liver enlargement, gall bladder stone, kidney stone, bowel infection or pancreas. You might need an ultrasound scan of the abdomen.
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