|normal level of alt/ast
Oct 9, 2006
Hey Dr. M.,
1 very short q. What is the 'normal' range of alt/ast/albu/bilirubin/creatinine for a male, 52 yo?
Mnay thanks for your help, Dr M. You are wonderful to help so many so selflessly.
| Response from Dr. McGovern
All laboratories establish their own normal ranges based on bloods from healthy volunteers. Hence, every lab has their own set of cut-offs so you must receive your lab result in the context of a "range" that is normal for that particular laboratory.
In other words, every lab is different.
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