Is retesting for gallstones advisable when the current US report is not remarkable?
Retesting is the right approach!
Hi and thanks so much for this query.
With isolated elevated liver enzymes and no glaring cause, the best approach is to retest in a few months to make sure this is not just a transient rise without any pathological cause. When there is no real cause, they would return to normal. Should this remain elevated even after a couple of months, then you would need to see a liver specialist for in depth evaluation.
For now, retesting is the recommended approach.
I hope this helps and guides. I wish you well. Feel free to follow up with me if need be.
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