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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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Certain medications, liver disease and conditions that affect the liver indirectly all cause elevated liver enzymes. A physician evaluates a patient, clinically reviewing signs, symptoms and other conditions, to determin... More »

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Elevated liver enzymes occur when there is damage or inflammation on the liver. The damage causes the liver cells to produce a higher amount of certain chemicals, which are deposited into the bloodstream. The liver enzym... More »

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