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Is it possible to have high liver enzymes in blood if its an other part in your body messing up not your liver?

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Dr. Joseph Woods
Pathology

In brief: Yes.

Depending on the underlying illness, many things can directly or indirectly affect the liver. For example, sepsis or becterial infection of the bloodstream can cause fever, chills, and ultimately, multi-organ failure exemplified by the liver and kidneys.
Liver function tests go up frequently in situations like this. Cancer is another example, and any bile duct block, like gallstones can do it.

In brief: Yes.

Depending on the underlying illness, many things can directly or indirectly affect the liver. For example, sepsis or becterial infection of the bloodstream can cause fever, chills, and ultimately, multi-organ failure exemplified by the liver and kidneys.
Liver function tests go up frequently in situations like this. Cancer is another example, and any bile duct block, like gallstones can do it.
Dr. Joseph Woods
Dr. Joseph Woods
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