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liver function tests


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liver function tests pl. n.

liver function tests pl. n.

liver function tests pl. n.

Elevated liver function tests in a case of moderate ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome

Rhabdomyolysis and elevated liver function tests—what’s the underlying cause?

Contrasting liver function test patterns in obstructive jaundice due to biliary structures and stones

Contrasting liver function test patterns in obstructive jaundice due to biliary structures and stones

Dynamic carbon 13 breath tests for the study of liver function and gastric emptying

Health outcomes following liver function testing in primary care: a retrospective cohort study

019 An Unexpected Cause of Abnormal Liver Function Tests in Two Methotrexate-Treated Patients

Use of Liver Function Tests to Predict the Magnitude of an Outbreak of Hepatitis A

Occult Hepatitis C Virus Infection in Patients in Whom the Etiology of Persistently Abnormal Results of Liver-Function Tests Is Unknown

Liver function test abnormalities after traumatic brain injury: is hepato-biliary ultrasound a sensitive diagnostic tool?

P601 Abnormal liver function tests following use of thiopurines in a large cohort of inflammatory bowel disease patients – do TPMT levels matter?

Impact of budesonide on liver function tests and gut inflammation in patients with primary sclerosing cholangitis and ileal pouch anal anastomosis

O-17: Study of abnormal liver function tests at diagnosis of paediatric inflammatory bowel disease (PIBD) in a large cohort in southern England

Clinical course and predictive value of liver function tests in patients hospitalized for worsening heart failure with reduced ejection fraction: an analysis of the EVEREST trial

 

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(LFTs)

blood tests carried out to assess the functioning of the liver. These include tests for serum proteins, serum bilirubin, alanine aminotransferase, and alkaline phosphatase.

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