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Elevated liver enzyme levels are a possible indicator of many conditions, such as heart failure, hepatitis A, B or C, obesity, or non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, according to Mayo Clinic. Other causes of high liver en... More »

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Elevated liver enzymes indicate damage to liver cells. Doctors order a liver test panel in new patients during annual physicals and when prescribing certain medications that have the potential for liver damage, according... More »

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The Mayo Clinic reports that elevated liver enzymes are associated with damaged or inflamed cells in the liver. The most common elevated enzymes found in blood testing are alanine transaminase and aspartate transaminase.... More »

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