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Lipid metabolism in the liver

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doctor1 MD

. This started after I turned 40. I have read articles on liver detoxification and about Liv52. Please let me know if it helps in boosting metabolism and reduces fat. ...

doctor1 MD

Hi I recently got obesity analysis and vitamin analysis done and my test results which are beyond defined range are as follows: Testing item Normal range actual value Abnormal Lipid metabolism co ...

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I just got back from doctor and was told that my liver is in bad shape; I have never been told that ... how to read? I WAS GIVENFULL REPORT OF: COMPREHENSIVE METABOLIC PANEL; URINALYSIS , COMPLETE W/ REFLEX ...

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bloodwork, cbc/diff, iron, ferritin, metabolic panel, lipid panel, and a complete liver check with XXXXXXX test included. Everything cameback fine and the XXXXXXX test was fatty liver borderline possible ...

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I just received results from a CBC, Lipid panel, and metabolic panel. They included a test ... relating to liver (AST 18, ALT 18) and hemoglobin (15.3 g/dL), hematocrit (45.6%) and platelets (185 ...

Public Forum Discussions

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What is the MLD connected with the liver and how do I read my blood work to know if mine has gotten ... doing all the steps to get ready for a liver transplant. Mary ...

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i have a heredatary metabolic syndrome problem with a bad bad lipid and liver profile which just keeps getting higher i can t take statin drugs due to very bad pain in my legs due to a back problem ...

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insurance agent to say I had abnormal liver function or metabolic syndrome but she s insisting if I have ...I had an abnormal liver function last year and was was seeing a gastroenterologist . I ve been ...

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always need a backup when i sit, i am not diabetic, my blood pressure is fine, i had slight fatty liver but it is cured now and i am taking medicines to regulate my metabolism and stomach coz i am having acidity ...

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treatment is good for her liver to metabolize medication from chemo. Is this true? Thank you for taking time ...

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I have been diagnosed with NASH liver. I occassionally smoke marijuana (not with any regularity) and have been told that the THC stores in the liver lipids. My liver lipid level is extremely high. I am ...

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My daughter was diagnosed with a rare metabolic disorder through a newborn screening called MCAD. She is missing an enzyme which helps metabolize fats. Her body utilizes glucose as it s main source ...

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1.8-2.4) The other abnormalities are: Lipid Profile: (Method: Enzymatic Colorimetric Assay done ... liver mainly, and anything else : ) Thanks, Prashanth ...

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and rule this out before i take the hepatitis screening tests, liver ultrasound and lipid profile ...

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2011 LIPID PROFILE Total Cholesterol 298 mg/dl 193 mg/dl TG s 157 mg/dl 169 mg/dl HDL 58 mg/dl 47 mg/dl LDL 209 mg/dl 110 mg/dl VLDL 31 mg/dl 34 mg/dl Liver Function Test SGOT 110 U/L 40 IU/dl SGPT 117 U ...

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

He has disliked emit where lipid metabolism is deranged. Meet a pediatrician. He needs lipid lowering agents.

doctor1 MD

This appears to be a Xanthoma --which are skin lesions caused by the accumulation of fat in macrophage immune cells in the skin , in the layer of fat under the skin. Xanthoma are indicative of lipid metabolism disorders (e.g. hyperlipidaemia or high blood fats) So get treated for hyperlipidemia. other options are : Topical trichloroacetic acid Electrodesiccation Laser vaporisation Excision

doctor1 MD

Hello Fatty liver is a reversible condition.However,underlying cause should be searched. It may be due to obesity,altered lipid profile etc. You need investigations like routine hemogram,RBS,lipid profile,LFT,RFT. Proper treatment depend upon findings. You should increase your physical activity and avoid fried and fatty food.Go for brisk walk. Get well soon. Take Care Dr.Indu Bhushan