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What do elevated CPK and aldolase mean?

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Dr. Gurmukh Singh
Pathology
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In brief: Muscle injury

CPK (an old term) is a marker of injury to muscle, be it skeletal, cardiac or smooth muscle.
Aldolase is a non-specific marker of tissue injury and does not add any more information. Why did you have the tests done? What were the findings of other tests?

In brief: Muscle injury

CPK (an old term) is a marker of injury to muscle, be it skeletal, cardiac or smooth muscle.
Aldolase is a non-specific marker of tissue injury and does not add any more information. Why did you have the tests done? What were the findings of other tests?
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