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Doctor suspects pancreatitis bilirubin elevated no gall bladder pain in upper left abdomen legs falling asleep hiccups nausea vomiting heat burn?

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Dr. Charles Cattano
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Dr. Elena Vezza
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With pancreatitis lipase or amylase levels are usually elevated high bilirubin is a sign of liver involvement, even if you do not have a gall bladder biliary stones can still form in the ducts of your liver other types of liver problems can also raise your bilirubin levels.

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With pancreatitis lipase or amylase levels are usually elevated high bilirubin is a sign of liver involvement, even if you do not have a gall bladder biliary stones can still form in the ducts of your liver other types of liver problems can also raise your bilirubin levels.
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