A 21-year-old male asked:
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can neutropenia elevate liver enzymes? on august neut: 13, on december 54.7 % and alt: 63 ->183 ->70 u/l. i don't drink alcohol neither i use meds.

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Dr. Visalakshi Vallury
23 years experience Family Medicine
No: Neutropenia does not cause elevated liver enzymes. But viral infections can cause neutropenia and elevated liver enzymes. You should be evaluated for viral hepatitis.
Answered on Jan 26, 2015
Dr. Ed Friedlander
43 years experience Pathology
Get worked up: These liver enzymes need to be worked up. We need to rule out hepatitis b and c, hemochromatosis, Wilton's, and a few others.
Answered on Jan 26, 2015

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