According to MedlinePlus, the normal level for serum lipase is between 0 and 160 U/L, and the normal level for serum amylase is 40 to 140 U/L. The Medical University of South Carolina notes that the test results depend o... More »

Normal lipase test results range between 10 and 140 units per liter for adults 60 and younger and between 18 and 180 units per liter for adults over 60, according to WebMD. The normal ranges may differ slightly between i... More »

The pancreas secretes several digestive enzymes. The two most commonly tested enzymes are lipase and amylase. According to Healthline, normal lipase levels are anything less than 160 units per liter. The normal amylase l... More »

Elevated pancreatic enzymes such as amylase and lipase can indicate pancreatitis, a serious inflammation of the pancreas that causes these enzymes to be significantly higher than normal, according to Chemocare. Lipase le... More »

Normal lipase levels for individuals under 60 are between 10 and 140 units per liter, while normal values for individuals over 60 are between 18 and 180 units per liter, according to WebMD. These lipase levels are flexib... More »

A low lipase level indicates that the pancreas is not producing enough of the enzyme lipase, states Healthline. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, low lipase levels might be found in people with medi... More »

What constitutes a high level of amylase depends on the laboratory reference range, explains MedlinePlus. A normal range is usually 23 to 85 units per liter, but some laboratories use 40 to 140 units per liter as the ref... More »