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High levels of AST,ALT,Protein, Calciun,TRIGLYCERIDES others

blood work said no hepatitis !    
but: Blood work levels were:  TRIGLYCERIDES       779
                          Protein, total      8.6
                          Calcium,serum      10.8
                          AST(sgot)            54
                          ALT(sgpt)           112
                          Chloride,serum       98
                          uric acid,serum    10.4
                          Chrlesterol         257
                 Platelet count      475
                 HDL cholest         25.7  (low)
This is for a 14 year old MALE.
    What are the Doctors going to be looking for?
Thank You for any help.. Becky
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