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Bilirubin high liver ast, GGT normal?
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Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
4 doctors agree
In brief: Not all AST is liver
This could be due to rhabdomyolysis.
Intense muscle breakdown can cause elevated ast. Hemolysis can cause elevated bilirubing and the GGT would remain normal in these circumstances.

In brief: Not all AST is liver
This could be due to rhabdomyolysis.
Intense muscle breakdown can cause elevated ast. Hemolysis can cause elevated bilirubing and the GGT would remain normal in these circumstances.
Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
Dr. Jeffrey Crespin
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Dr. David Wyatt
Family Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Gilbert's
I think you were asking about elevated bilirubin with normal ast/alt/ggt.
There is a benign condition called gilbert's..It is seen with isolated elevated bilirubin. Nothing to be alarmed of. Ask your md about it! great question!

In brief: Gilbert's
I think you were asking about elevated bilirubin with normal ast/alt/ggt.
There is a benign condition called gilbert's..It is seen with isolated elevated bilirubin. Nothing to be alarmed of. Ask your md about it! great question!
Dr. David Wyatt
Dr. David Wyatt
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Dr. Jamie Berkes
Internal Medicine - Hepatology
In brief: Need more info
If only you bilirubin is elevated the possibilities would include a benign condition called gilbert's disease, but other possibilities such hemolytic anemia should be considered.
What is the indirect and direct bilirubin fractions, how high is the bilirubin, and what is your hemoglobin level?

In brief: Need more info
If only you bilirubin is elevated the possibilities would include a benign condition called gilbert's disease, but other possibilities such hemolytic anemia should be considered.
What is the indirect and direct bilirubin fractions, how high is the bilirubin, and what is your hemoglobin level?
Dr. Jamie Berkes
Dr. Jamie Berkes
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