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Can you have a normal comprehensive metabolic panel and still have a metabolic disease?

Yes . The are a number of metabolic diseases and cmp can serve as a good tool in sorting many them out. The metabolic disease you are likely referring to is metabolic syndrome. The transaminases may be elevated in this condition on cmp and other labs are needed to make a textbook diagnosis. Read more...

Is it possible to have addison's disease, but have a normal comprehensive metabolic panel?

Yes. A properly treated person with addison disease will have normal cmp, provided there is no other co-existing disease. The usual abnormality in untreated addison is elevated potassium. Read more...

Is it possible to have addison's disease, yet have a normal comprehensive metabolic panel?

Yes. Addisons is an adrenal gland deficiency, and may be related to either aldosterone or corticosteroids (much less commonly sex hormones). However, depending on what is being tested, the remaining metabolic profile may be normal. Read more...

Can you have a normal comprehensive metabolic panel normal acylcartinine panel and normal organic acids and still have a metabolic disease?

Sure. You can have "metabolic syndrome" with liver enzymes still in the normal range; ask your physician about the current definition. You can have some other inborn error of metabolism. You can have any of a bazillion other illnesses that don't show up on "chemical profile / metabolic panel" but do as symptoms &/or signs -- still the most important. Read more...