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Liver enlargement with decreased SGPT

Due to the jaundice in the younger stage,i have elivated liver enzymes for the last many years.around 2003,my SGPT & OT are 128 and its reduced to 60 & 26.Now my problem is my last ultrasound scan ,it is seen that span of liver has increased from 15 to 16.5 cms.earlier in 2007,2008,2009 scan it has shown as 15 cms.spllen,gall bladder etc are all shows normal.why its increased its span now? Prakash,Hubli
Asked On : Thu, 12 May 2011
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ENT Specialist 's  Response
welcome to health care magic
u need not to worry every thing is fine
n if u find any symptom then u consult ur doctor
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
hi prakash
1.5 cm is not big value as far as liver is consern.
so u need not to worry as ur test are not high.
it will not cause any harm in future.
if u have any sign or symptom only then u need to consult doctor
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