yes we posted the studies time ago, if alt are high you are probably detecting inflammation too on fibroscan reading, it is a problem for alt over 200-250
Thanks Stef for your info. Last time(Two weeks back) my ALT was 19 u/l compared to 39 u/l six months back. Doctor said no Fibroscan is required. So wanted to ask. I am not on any medication. HBsAg 4430 iu/ml(6 Months back), HBeAg negative, Normal US results.
if you know alt are always normal there should be no liver damage but liver damage has been found also in patients with normal alt so maybe a fibroscan every 2 years just for extra safety