Is an ALT level of 51 indicative of liver disease?
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Your ALT is only mildly elevated.
I would take it as significant elevation only if it is elevated more than twice the upper limit of normal. I am not able to see viral markers in the report. You can get them done.
Your albumin globulin ratio is more than one. This indicate you do not have any chronic liver disease.
Your CT scan done on 16th XXXXXXX shows biliary stricture. MRI scan may be done to evaluate it further.
End stage liver disease however is unlikely.
If there was a hint of cirrhosis, would it had likely been seen within my scans?
You need not worry about it.
Get the liver panel done after 4 weeks.
As mentioned in my first post you get the viral markers done if not done already.
And I tell you again, you do not have cirrhosis.
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