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Dr. Andrew Rynne
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What does the following blood test report indicate?

i just got my lab results back from my life insurance policy test but i dont know what they men but it looks bad my result expected albumin 4.2 3.6-5.2 globulin 2.4 1.0-4.2 cdt interpretation normal cholesterol 206 130-220 high density lipoprotein 31.0 25.0-75.0 low density lipoprotein 161 80-200 triglycerides 69 10-200 cholesterol/hdl ratio 6.6 high 1.5-5.0 ldl/hdl ratio 5.1 high 0.0-3.6 urn specific gravity 1.035 high 1.003-1.035 urn creatinine 197.0 10.0-300.0 urn glucose 0.0 urn protein 15.0 high 0.0-14.9 urn protein/creatinine 0.07 0.00-0.20 urn red blood count 0 0-5 urn white blood count 0 0-9 hpf urn hyaline cast 0 glucose 60 70-110 blood urea nitrogen [bun] 17 6-25 creatinine 1.40 0.60-1.50 gfr {mayo} 77.36 65.00-186.00 uric acid 9.4 high 4.0-8.5 alkaline phosphatase 115 30-115 total bilirubin 0.51 0.10-1.20 sgot 45 high 12-42 sgpt [alt] 59 9-60 gamma glutamylransferase 54 10-86 total protein 6.6 6.0-8.5
Mon, 29 Jul 2019
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Pathologist and Microbiologist 's  Response

Your test reports show a mildly elevated level of uric acid, SGOT and SGPT.
In case you take alcohol, avoiding alcohol will help to bring back SGOT and SGPT levels back to normal.
Uric acid can be corrected by avoiding very high protein diet and alcohol.
The lipid profile is normal, however, the ratios which predict cardiovascular risk are high.
Physical activity, reduction of fatty foods and increasing fiber will improve the overall lipid profile.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Dr. Shailja Puri, Pathologist and Microbiologist
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