Digestive system

Albumin is a protein produced by your liver. It helps keep fluid from leaking out of your blood vessels into other tissue. Without enough albumin, fluid can leak out of your blood and build up in your lungs, abdomen (belly), or other parts of your body. Albumin also carries hormones, vitamins, and enzymes throughout your body. Low albumin levels can indicate liver or kidney disease or a lack of protein.
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Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) is a protein produced by different organs. Tissues with higher amounts of ALP include the liver, bile ducts, and bone. Abnormal levels of ALP in your blood can indicate a wide range of health conditions.
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ALT is an enzyme produced mainly by the liver. When liver cells are damaged, they release ALT into the bloodstream. Therefore, high levels of ALT in your blood may indicate liver injury or disease.
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Amylase is an enzyme that helps you digest carbohydrates. Most of the amylase in your body is made by your pancreas and salivary glands. Too much or too little may be a sign of a disorder of the pancreas or salivary glands, or another medical condition.
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Amylase is an enzyme that helps you digest carbohydrates. Most of the amylase in your body is made by your pancreas and salivary glands. Too much or too little may be a sign of a disorder of the pancreas or salivary glands, or another medical condition.
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AST (aspartate aminotransferase) is an enzyme that is found mostly in the liver, but also in muscles and other organs in your body. When cells that contain AST are damaged, they release it into your blood. Therefore, while a high AST level may be a sign of liver damage, it could also possibly be from other organs that contain the enzyme.
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Bilirubin is a substance made during the process of breaking down old red blood cells. It mainly exists in two forms in the blood: Unconjugated or indirect bilirubin and conjugated or direct bilirubin. Indirect bilirubin will be converted into direct bilirubin by your liver. A blockage in the liver or bile duct is often the cause of an increase in direct bilirubin.
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Bilirubin is a substance produced when old red blood cells are broken down. It mainly exists in two forms in the blood: Unconjugated or indirect bilirubin and conjugated or direct bilirubin. Typically, your liver removes most of the substance from your body. If your liver is damaged or red blood cells are being destroyed faster than normal, excess bilirubin is released into the bloodstream, which can cause your skin and eyes to turn yellow. If jaundice is suspected, a bilirubin blood test can help determine if there is liver disease or hemolysis.
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Bilirubin is a substance produced when old red blood cells are broken down. It mainly exists in two forms in the blood: Unconjugated or indirect bilirubin and conjugated or direct bilirubin. Typically, your liver removes most of the substance from your body. If your liver is damaged or red blood cells are being destroyed faster than normal, excess bilirubin is released into the bloodstream, which can cause your skin and eyes to turn yellow. If jaundice is suspected, a bilirubin blood test can help determine if there is liver disease or hemolysis.
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GGT is an enzyme found throughout the body, but especially in the liver. When the liver is damaged, GGT may leak into the bloodstream. High levels of GGT in the blood may be a sign of liver disease or damage to the bile ducts.
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The quantitative test of hepatitis B core antibody level is used to distinguish cases of hepatitis antibodies caused by vaccination from those with a history of cured acute hepatitis B. This test can also be used in combination with other hepatitis immunological indicators in the process of evaluating the effectiveness of treatment in patients with hepatitis B.
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Hepatitis B is an inflammation of the liver caused by the type B virus and is one of the most common causes of cirrhosis in Viet Nam. HBsAb is a protein your immune system produces to fight against the hepatitis B virus. The presence of anti-HBs is generally interpreted as indicating recovery and immunity from hepatitis B virus infection. Anti-HBs also develop in a person who has been successfully vaccinated against hepatitis B.
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Hepatitis B is an inflammation of the liver caused by the type B virus and is one of the most common causes of cirrhosis in Viet Nam. Hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) is a protein that appears in the blood when you have a hepatitis B infection.
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HBV-DNA or hepatitis B virus DNA is a measure of the viral load of the hepatitis B virus in the blood. A high HBV-DNA level indicates that the virus is multiplying in the individual’s body and the person is contagious. The test is most often used to monitor the efficacy of antiviral therapy in individuals with chronic HBV infection.
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