Glossary of Diagnoses
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- If AsT/AlT are significantly elevated, w/ ratio decreased, what would you suspect?
- Acute viral hepatitis
- If GGT is significantly high, what would you suspect?
- Alcoholic (drug) hepatitis
- If AST/ALT are somewhat high, and GGT and ALP are N->high, what would you suspect?
- Chronic hepatocellular disease
- If everything were normal to high, what would you suspect?
- If only GGT were elevated, and not as significantly as in alcoholism, what would you suspect?
- Choleostatic disease
- Myocardial infarct
- Lung disease
- brain damage
- myocardial infarct
(Duchene m.dystrophy MM&MB)
- ACUTE HEPATOCEL. DISORDER - levels 100x higher.
-Mydl infrct (not much)
- Hepatic disorders
Acute inflammatory conditions
- Biliary tract obstruction
- 5' Nucleotidase
- Hepatobiliary disorders
- If 5'N is normal and ALP is high,
- BONE DISEASE
- What indicates biliary tract obstruction?
- ALCOHOLISM hepatobiliary dis.
Like 5'Nucleotidase - if low and ALP is high, BONE.
- Phentoin, tricyc antideprss, benzodiazepine tranquilizers,
Warfarin... do what?
- Induce hepatic enzymes; increases GGT even w/out liver problems.
- Where is GGT NOT?
- in rbcs - hemolysis won't affect it.
- Pancreatitis - longer than AMS
- Prostate cancer in bone
- Muscular dystrophy
- Insecticide poisoning
-Breaks down acetylcholine.
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