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Done liver test, taking Roaccutane for acne. Worried about cirrhosis

Hi I have my liver tests and I did these results: direct bilirubin: 0.15 indirect bilirubin: 0.60 bill. Total: 0.75 Cholesterol: 240 HDL cholesterol: 38 Triglycerides: 202 amylase: 82u/canw lipase: 75 u / l alkaline phosphate: 115 tgp: 138 tgo: 103 g-gt: 393   I would like to know that I have, I have no symptoms .. take pills for acne Roaccutane 10 years ago, and also doxixiclina. per maso least 2 years and 6 months doxixiclina Roaccutane. I also had yellow fever and typhoid at age 12 For more than three years eventually took liquor and smoked three cigarettes a day. Eutirox also took over 1 year but not because it was regulated my thyroid was diagnosed when I was 15. now I have normal values , said she had hyperthyroidism . I worry about having cirrocis I need your help Thank you.
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Thanks for writing in.
From the liver function test reports it is evident that your liver is functioning normally. Cirrhosis is in its advanced stages will manifest with altered liver function tests. In the early stages it is a ultrasound that will provide information about the echotexture of the liver.
therefore if you want to clarify your doubt an ultrasound examination of the upper abdomen will be diagnostic.
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Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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