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Is Sgpt 60ul normal?
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Medicine to reduce 'SGPT' and name of that English medicine?
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What field in medicine to go to have SGPT examination or test?
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What is the difference between SGOT and SGPT blood test for liver?
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What does a low SGPT level on a liver function test mean?
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How can elevated SGPT be cured?
SGPT is released into the blood when the heart or liver is damaged. Some issues that cause elevated SGPT levels are viral hepatitis, diabetes, congestive heart failure, liver damage, bile duct problems, infectious mononucleosis, or myopathy. To cure the elevated SGPT levels, the underlying cause needs to be determined and treated or cured.
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What does Bilirubin level of 1.6 and SGPT level of 25 signify?
The SGPT (also known as ALT) is a liver enzyme. In most labs 25 is normal. Bilirubin is a break down product of hemoglobin that is cleared by the liver (and kidneys). The mildly elevated level of 1.6 can be harmless normal variant (Glibert's Syndrome), lab error or due to some other illness such as a liver problems, gall stone, or increase red cell production. If the other labs are normal and you are feeling well (or had recently had a cold) it is probably the the first option.
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What causes high sgpt?
Alcoholism is one of the reasons which increases SGPT levels in the blood. Continuous use will eventually result in permanent liver damage. Another reason for high SGPT is Fatty Liver. Steatohepatitis is a type of liver disease which is characterized by the inflammation of the liver with concurrent fat accumulation in liver. Peple having diabetes also experience Steatohepatitis. Overweight in people can cause Fatty liver which in turn can cause higher SGPT.