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Gall bladder stone
Can Gall bladder stone cause High SGPT(1064U/L), SGOT (503 U/L) , GGTP (561U/L),ALP (353 U/L) and total bilirubin 1.38 mg/dL? calculi size is in 3-7 mm range ,largest calculi size is 15 mm. Liver and portal vein is normal in size.
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Go for MRCP to reach at diagnosis. S. Amylase and s. Lipase to rule out Acute Pancreatitis
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Avoid fatty diet.
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Hi Liver enzymes are very high and also GGT/ALP, here u need to rule out 1.choledocholithisasis 2. alcoholic liver disease 3. Acute cholecystitis with MIRRIZI’s 4. Hepatitis
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Consult surgeon, get further evaluated
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Management , Earliest the better
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It's unlikely due to gallstones Do hepatitis  marker Get MRCP
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