United Arab Emirates
A 36-year-old male asked:
Result for my enlarge liver bilirubin direct .36 and indirect 1.05 and gamma gt is 93 and remain test in range so what is the problem and no alcohol?
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Pathology 46 years experience
Cholestasis?: Thanks for clarifying. Something may be slowing the flow of bile in your liver; your direct bilirubin and GGT are just a bit high. If you're not taking any medications and your imaging studies aren't remarkable, you might be asked simply to watch this; it may simply be you. Or your physician may refer or work you up. This isn't suggestive of alcohol in the first place.
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