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Is Albumin of 28 g/l and bilirubin of 86 umol/L indicating liver damage or failure in metastic crc patient ?

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Dr. Andrew Seibert
Internal Medicine - Gastroenterology
4 doctors agree

In brief: Need more info.

It's impossible to analyze individual lab values without knowing more, such as the normal ranges at that lab and other medical history at the time of the blood draw.
You should ask your doctor for his opinion of those labs. An alternative would be to upload the labs here on HealthTap Prime and have one of our doctors interpret them for you, in the context of your medical history. Good luck.

In brief: Need more info.

It's impossible to analyze individual lab values without knowing more, such as the normal ranges at that lab and other medical history at the time of the blood draw.
You should ask your doctor for his opinion of those labs. An alternative would be to upload the labs here on HealthTap Prime and have one of our doctors interpret them for you, in the context of your medical history. Good luck.
Dr. Andrew Seibert
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Dr. Lewis Hassell
Pathology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Liver function

The albumin level is generally considered a test of liver synthetic ability, but there are far more sensitive tests of that, such as the clotting factors.
So more likely the albumin is more a reflection of general cancer wasting rather than indicating liver failure per se.

In brief: Liver function

The albumin level is generally considered a test of liver synthetic ability, but there are far more sensitive tests of that, such as the clotting factors.
So more likely the albumin is more a reflection of general cancer wasting rather than indicating liver failure per se.
Dr. Lewis Hassell
Dr. Lewis Hassell
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