SECTION CONTENT: "Blood tests"
Alkaline phosphatase: causes of variations
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP, ALKP) belongs to the number of the most prevalent and universal enzymes. The most frequent causes of high level of alkaline phosphatase are disorders of liver and bile ducts, and also bone conditions
Transaminases (ALT, AST) as indicators of liver and myocardium diseases
Elevated transaminases in blood is among the very first laboratory signs of hepatitis. This symptom manifests itself long before bilirubin elevation and jaundice