A 39-year-old male asked about a 39-year-old male:
Albumin is at 5.3 g/dl and biliribuin at 2.8 mg/dl. 39 year old male/1. overall, feeling ok. should i be concerned about gall bladder or liver issues?
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Dr. Mark Hoepfneranswered
Surgery 41 years experience
See your doctor: Who ordered the tests for clarification. Yes, you may need further liver or gallbladder evaluation. Causes of elevated liver blood test can be lab error, medications, virus, fatty liver, alcohol, excess tylenol, (acetaminophen) etc.
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