Alkaline phosphatase

What is Alkaline phosphatase?

Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is a protein found in all body tissues. Tissues with higher amounts of ALP include the liver, bile ducts, and bone.

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My nephew is 10 year old and recently he is feeling like less of appetite. Recently he visited to doctor he recommended him LFT i got his report...

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Value of alkaline phosphatase is normal for this age

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The sources of Alkaline...

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Can you please explain the difference between ALP and alkaline phosphatase levels. What are the normal ranges for these? If I have an AST of 37 and...

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Results in normal range, no worries

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An alkaline phosphatase level test (= ALP test) measures the...

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My platelets came in at 389 and my alkaline phosphates at 148. I just received the lab results and am terrified
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Alkaline phosphatase level is mildly raised and it is generally acceptable.

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Your alkaline phosphatase level is...

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