Because of the similarities in risk factors for HCV and HIV, a comparison was made between the patients who were HIV-positive with those who were HIV-negative to see if there were any significant differences in the levels of the liver function test
as a marker for severity of disease.
Case 14 Fatigue and deranged liver function tests
in a patient with haemophilia.
Commercially available ready to use reagent kits were used for estimation of various conventional liver function tests
and of serum cholinesterase levels.
This component also includes measurement error, which in this case is the analytical and intraindividual variation in the biochemical liver function tests
The diagnosis of hepatotoxicity should be considered for patients presenting with non-specific symptoms of hepatitis even if liver function tests
are normal or alternative diagnoses are possible.
After the description of our case, enalapril must be added to the list of drugs that may cause cholestatic-like impaired liver function tests
in those patients ingesting the drug.
6-10) Abnormal liver function tests
occur in 20% to 30% of pregnancies complicated by pre-eclampsia and are associated with poor maternal and fetal outcomes.
The study was terminated, and after drug discontinuation, liver function tests
in all affected subjects returned to normal.
The results of liver function tests
were normal and peripheral blood showed no eosinophilia.
Three were discontinued from the study because of abnormal liver function tests
It is recommended that liver function tests
be performed before and at 12 weeks following both the initiation of therapy and any elevation of dose, and periodically (e.
Patients with abnormal baseline liver function tests