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What does an elevated ferritin level mean? ... Higher-than-normal levels of ferritin can be indicative of an iron storage disorder such as hemochromatosis.

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Jan 1, 2019 ... AbstractBACKGROUND. Moderately increased plasma ferritin, as a biomarker of iron overload, has been associated with higher rates of ...

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AbstractBACKGROUND. It is unknown why increased plasma ferritin concentration predicts all-cause mortality. As low-grade inflammation and increased plasma ...

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Jan 20, 2021 ... Summary of Diseases Associated With Higher Ferritin · Inflammatory conditions [2] · Chronic kidney disease [2] · Rheumatoid arthritis [2] ...

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Doctors need to perform both blood tests, and they may need to repeat them for increased accuracy, as other conditions can also raise ferritin levels.

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Elevated Serum Ferritin (SF) is commonly encountered in primary care. Hyperferritinemia is considered high when the level of ferritin is > 200 mcq/l in a ...

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On autopsy, there was very little evidence of tissue iron overload despite these high serum ferritin levels. The serum ferritin level of 800 ng/ml, which the K/ ...

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Sep 9, 2008 ... As high rates of METs and/or diabetes have been reported in obese patients, it could be hypothesized that the elevated levels of ferritin ...

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The cause of an elevated ferritin concentration is usually increased ferritin synthesis (including acquired/genetic conditions with or without iron overload) or ...

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High levels of ferritin can damage your joints, heart, liver, and pancreas. Too much iron is most often caused by an inherited disease called ...

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Aug 3, 2015 ... 2 Raised levels often indicate iron overload, but they are not specific, as ferritin is an acute phase protein and is also released from damaged ...