His liver enzymes show only a mild elevation. Simple monitoring with a retest in a few months is the standard course of action. No treatment is needed and his liver synthesis and excretory functions looks normal. Take care.
Please provide the range of normal results that usually accompany such test results.
Forgot to included this. Should his numbers remain elevated with the next retest, then additional tests along with an ultrasound would be the likely next steps, to try to find the reason.
I was feeling un-comfortable in the upper abdomen. So i went to Master Health Check-up, In scan, the impression they gave is "fatty liver". Below are my Liver Functional test results:
Total Bilurubin: 0.84 mg/dl
Direct Bilurubin : 0.17 mg/dl
SGOT : 40 U/L
SGPT: 50 U/L
Alkaline Phosphatase: 80 U/L
Total Protein: 7.2 gm %
Serum Albumin: 4.1 gm %
Serum Globulin: 3.1 gm %
A.G Ratio: 1.3 : 1
After observing above parameters, is it really fatty liver? If so, is it critical?
Will this fat get reduced in the liver? What is the diet recommended?