A 55-year-old female asked:
Total bilirubin 6umol/l ,alk phos 63u/l,alt 11u/l all normal . gamma gt 38 ul normal <31 . wondering why is gamma gt out of range and what is next? c reactive protein <0.3 mg/l.all hematolog panel normal.thanks
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Internal Medicine 42 years experience
Normal: The numbers you present are essentially all normal. The minimal increase in GGT is highly nonspecific and so small as to be of no concern (absent other symptoms or concerns that suggest a problem with your liver or gall bladder). If concerned, suggest a retest in 1-2 months (and be sure to avoid any alcohol for 2 weeks prior to the test - excess alcohol consumption can elevate the GGT).
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