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i get mushy but good amount of stool evrydy.mostly light yellow coloured(rarely clayish).no acute abd pain.no vomit.got mild high bili/sgpt/sgot.my alkaline phosp,ggt,alb,glob, cbc,lypase,amylase,lipid pro-normal. usg-ok.scared,major panc or gb prob?

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Elevated liver test: Abnormal Liver function tests can result form wide array of causes, including different infections, alcohol, or drugs, obesity or fatty infiltration. Other causes can be genetic or immune abnormalities, or other causes, Medical review is essential to diagnose the cause of abnormal liver function and provide the appropriate treatment
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