A 33-year-old male asked:
I have elevated ast & alt (one >100 the other >200 unsure which is which), crp is elevated and neutropenia. tested negative for mono. possible causes?
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Infectious Disease 56 years experience
Hepatitis: There are numerous potential causes for elevation of these enzymes which often arise from the liver. The most common cause may be non-alcoholic fatty liver, but there are many forms of viral hepatitis, alcohol, toxins, and so on that can also do this. Must be taken in the context of the clinical presentation. Lab data by itself is seldom diagnostic.
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Last updated Jul 23, 2014
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