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Commercially available ready to use reagent kits were used for estimation of various conventional liver function tests and of serum cholinesterase levels.
64.6% of increased liver function test were of unbooked cases.
All patients had normal liver function tests before the initiation of therapy.
In the five patients who had abnormal liver function tests, liver enzymes were elevated by less than 1.5 times normal.
CT scans and liver function tests were not recommended.
Lab workup showed normal blood counts and liver function tests however CA 19-9 was 22.9 U/ml.
Six of these patients had no history of malignancy and the studies were performed for non-cancer-related reasons (elevated liver function tests, acute mesenteric ischemia, umblical hernia, acute pancreatitis, hepatosteatosis, and vasculitis).
However, before his discharge from the hospital, the patient's liver function tests were normal.
The disease was found in a 56-year-old man who persistently produced abnormal liver function tests following a liver transplant.
Repeat liver function tests performed on the fifth day of admission revealed hypoproteinaemia with a total protein of 45 g/L and an albumin of 22 g/L.
Blood investigation including liver function tests was within normal limits.