Is an enlarged liver enzyme is more associated with graves' disease or lymphoma?

Depends. Liver enzyme elevations reflect liver cell injury. Certain medications used to treat graves disease can affect the liver and periodic liver enzyme checks are warranted. Certain lymphomas can involve the liver and therefore can cause enzyme elevations.
Liver enzyme. It can be a sign of other coincidental autoimuune disease. This needs much more rigorous work-up.

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Fatty liver. You have fatty liver from a poor diet and/or chronic alcohol use (even with normal liver enzymes). So, cut back from alcohol, improve your diet, and exercise. This will reduce the progression of your liver disease. Read more...

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See Your Doctor. Symptoms like these are best determined by a thorough evaluation by your physician. Based on his/her findings, a treatment plan can be developed to help you. Read more...

Ultrasound showed enlarged liver and spleen. Ct results 6 days later showed my liver grew 3 cm. Liver enzymes are normal. Need direction. Thanks?

How do you FEEL? And why did you have the ultrasound done? Liver size varies from hour to hour depending on blood volume and whether you're digesting dinner versus running a marathon. Three percent of humankind have a palpable spleen for no obvious reason. Some folks have a low-slung liver that's easy to feel; others have a biggish or odd-shaped right lobe. Doubt this exploration will find anything worth treating. Read more...

I seem to have an overactive thyroid and elevated liver enzymes, symptoms of graves and Crohn's issues- what can I do now?

Must see an Endo. Need to be seen by an endocrinologist asap. Elevated liver enzymes is not uncommon in individuals with high thyroid levels. Crohns and graves disease are both autoimmune in nature. Read more...
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