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Dull, prolonged right abdominal pain. Blood test showed elevated liver enzymes, urinalysis with calcium oxalate crystals. Related?

Hi I had to go to ER about 4 weeks ago with dull prolonged pain in my right abdominal q. Ultrasound showed no kidney or gall/hepatic abnormality but blood test showed elevated liver enzymes . I had a repeat blood test with same result but urinalysis showed cloudy with ncalcium oxalate crystals (kidney stones?) -- how are the two related -- elevated liver enzymes and calcium oxalate in urine? I am a 52 yr Female
Asked On : Wed, 5 Dec 2012
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Thanks for the query.
There is no correlation between elevated liver enzymes and urinary findings.
If urine is cloudy and there are symptoms it's good to rule out UTI by doing a urine culture.
Calcium oxalate is often seen in the urine of healthy adults and as the US shows no stones there is no need to worry about this finding.
Hope this helps.
Good luck.
Answered: Sun, 16 Dec 2012
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