: platlets: 46 ESR: 40 NORMAL: 20 BILIRUBIN: 3.6 NORMAL: .2-1.2 S.G.P.T: 187 NORMAL: 5-55 S.G.O.T: 473 Normal : 5-40 her hepatitus A,B,C and E Test are normal. i dont know where is the problem because ...
My sister was detected with 6 bilirubin(TOTAL) 1 month ago... with 500 SGPT and 200 SGOT.... Which ... the Bilirubin TotaL was 1.2, and direct bilirubin was 0.74, but the SGPT has increased to 135, and SGOT 117 ...
my lft reports indicate normalbilirubin but highSGPT and SGOT. the values are bilirubin total- 0.5 direct- 0.16 indirect- 0.35 SGPT- 115 SGOT- 46 I am an occassional light drinker, but cannot totally ...
sir,on june 2011 i was diagnosed hepatitis and my blood results was bilirubin-20,sgpt-5000,sgot-4500 at that time.And after an year now my LFT levels are high ,on 12/5/2012 my billirubin-2,sgpt-200 ...
normaly do once in a year.In a lab test report i found the following results:- SGOT-60(IU/L) SGPT-121 ALP ...%) ALBUMIN-4.56 GLOBULIN-3.1 A.G RATIO-1:4:1 As per lab report,SGPT & SGOT Out of range .Before LFT test I ...
test with sgot 139, sgpt 86, ggtp 97, bilrubin is normal , with mri i am found fatty liver with mild ... to border line like sgot came down to 36 and all other are also under normal. now my querry is what ...
Lab work drawn on 10-2-13 indicated AST (SGOT) of 726 u/l, ALT (SGPT) of 1179, normal total bilirubin, 1.3 alk phos-259
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A S T,ALT , serum bilirubin ( normal >1 ) alkaline phosphatase 259 ( 30-120 U/L ) all are very very high clearly an indication of LIVER disease .
At once get on ultrasound of liver with M R I and consult a gastroenterologist and get his opinion as may be HEPATITIS A, B , C E .
Good luck. Dr. HET
serum bilirubin is about 1.5 for so many years and vsgpt was 49 and sgot 35 but nowadays my sgpt 150 and sgot 59 and bilirubin 1,6 and my viralogy hbv hcv -ve
chech hcv, check for hemoglobinopathies- hb electrophoresis. any alcohol?
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Values above 3 times the upper limit are considered significant and need extensive work up.
Other values need follow up – alcohol, drugs (paracetamol), Dyslipidemia, Diabetes, Obesity, Fatty liver, viral infection and so on.
Hepatologist (Gastroenterologist) is the best option to consult
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