A 49-year-old male asked:
If a person had thread looking veins on face and on chest would that mean liver problems if ast/alt albumin, bilirubin ,platelets alkaline phosphate,total protein,ggt are all normal?let me know?
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Dr. Yvette Kratzberganswered
Pediatrics 26 years experience
There are two primary reasons for thread looking veins on the face and chest. Liver disease (typically from drinking too much, accompanied by a bulbous nose) or Rosacea (a skin sensitivity disorder throught to be caused by allergies). If your liver enzymes are all normal, then you should see a Dermatologist for Rosacea.
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Answered Jan 03, 2023
Last updated Jan 3, 2023
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