Elevated levels of LDH, or lactate dehydrogenase, in the blood indicates acute or chronic cell damage, according to Healthline. When injury or illness causes damage to the cells, the body responds by releasing LDH into t... More »

There is some variance concerning the range for normal lactic acid dehydrogenase, or LDH, levels, with Mayo Clinic putting it between 122 and 222 units per liter, and it being between 140 and 280 units per liter, accordi... More »

Elevated LDH levels indicate that lymphocytes are dividing, that red blood cells are being damaged, and that lymphoma is developing or progressing, according to Lymphomation.org. However, a rise in LDH levels is a non-sp... More »

Healthline states that low LDH levels indicate a lower than normal level of lactate dehydrogenase, an enzyme that aids in the conversion of sugar to energy, in the bloodstream. Low levels can be caused by genetic mutatio... More »

A lactate dehydrogenase, or LDH, blood test is a test that determines the blood LDH level, according to MedlinePlus. Typically, it is used to check if tissue is damaged. Doctors may also perform this test to check for an... More »

There is some variance concerning the range for normal lactic acid dehydrogenase, or LDH, levels, with Mayo Clinic putting it between 122 and 222 units per liter, and it being between 140 and 280 units per liter, accordi... More »

LDH stands for lactic acid dehydrogenase. This compound is an enzyme found within the tissues and cells of the body. Its levels rise when cellular damage occurs. More »