What could low ceruloplasmin in the event of normal liver function test results mean? Normal bili/albumin/inr/alt/ast/ggt but low ceruloplasmin

How low? Reference ranges are set so that a few percent of healthy folks have any given value out of range at one end or the other. Without elevated ALT/AST, Wilson's is unlikely. Some folks genetically run a low ceruloplasmin and it means nothing.

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I have elevated liver function test- I received a reading of 112, 102 and 117 for alt, AST and ggt. Is this high?

Serious business. Yes. You need a proper workup. You may be taken off alcohol and all the meds you don't really need. If you're still high, you'll be checked for hepatitis B and C, Wilson's, hemochromatosis, autoimmune hepatitis and maybe a few others. If all are okay, the problem may just be lack of exercise. But this is no joke. Find the cause and act appropriately. Read more...
Yes, high, see Dr... Elevated Liver function tests may occur for a variety of issues from Fatty infiltration (hepatic steatosis), viral illnesses such as the hepatitis viruses, Alcoholism, increased use of medications that metabolize through the liver (such as Acetaminophen), cirrhosis, biliary disease, tumors, gallbladder disease, etc, etc. Get an evaluation for the most likely cause of your LFT elevations. Read more...

What do you recommend if I have elevated liver function test- I received a reading of 112, 102 and 117 for alt, AST and ggt. Is this high?

See your doctor. Yes this is high. Many reasons affect liver function tests. It typically means there is inflammation of the liver which can be caused by infections, alcohol, GI conditions (like gallbladder stones), acetaminophen, etc... See your doctor for further treatment. Read more...
Yes, high, see Dr... Elevated Liver function tests may occur for a variety of issues from Fatty infiltration (hepatic steatosis), viral illnesses such as the hepatitis viruses, Alcoholism, increased use of medications that metabolize through the liver (such as Acetaminophen), cirrhosis, biliary disease, tumors, gallbladder disease, etc, etc. See Dr. to get an evaluation for the most likely cause of your LFT elevations. Read more...