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Was in hospital after a night of binge drinking. bun level 1 point low. could this be from temp damage from night b4 or def indicate liver disease?

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Dr. Paul Pyles
Addiction Medicine 33 years experience
No: BUN stands for blood urea nitrogen and is a test of renal function. It used in conjunction with the creatinine level to evaluate the functioning of the kidneys. The BUN can be elevated from kidney disease, dehydration or a GI bleed. Always talk to your doctor about the clinical significance of your test results. Your BUN result is not clinically significant. Other tests are used to evaluate liver.

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