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what does it mean to have elevated conjugated bilirubin but normal total bilirubin? and if it is together with high amylase and borderline lipase?

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Dr. Cheryl Moore
33 years experience Pathology
Gallbladder/pancreas: High amylase with increased lipase can indicate pancreatitis. High conjugated bilirubin indicates hepatobiliary disease. You should go see a gastroenterologist with your lab results.
Answered on May 20, 2016
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