Obstructive Jaundice - Blood Picture
Dr. Ira Shah
Consultant Pediatrician, B.J.Wadia Hospital for Children, Mumbai, India
First Created: 03/05/2001  Last Updated: 03/05/2001

Patient Education

A marked increase in bilirubin (conjugated), alkaline phosphatase, G.G.T.P., triglycerides, and cholesterol are characteristic of obstructive jaundice. A variable increase in liver enzymes may be seen due to secondary parenchymatous damage are seen. A similar pattern is temporarily also observed in the " cholestatic phase " of infective hepatitis.

TRIGLYCERIDES35-165 mg/dl * 
HBDH90 -220 IU/L * 
LDH7-24 IU/L  *
SGOT7-24 IU/L  *
SGPT4-25 IU/L  *
GGTP0-31 IU/L  *
TOTAL BILIRUBIN0.2-1.0 mg/dl  *
CONJ. DIR. BILIRUBIN0.1-0.6 mg/dl  *
UNCONJ. BILIRUBIN0.1-0.4 mg/dl  *
CHOLESTEROL125-225 mg/dl  *
ALBUMIN3.5-5.0 Gm/dl * 
A/G RATIO0.9-2.0 * 
C-70-150 IU/L
BLOOD UREA15-45 mg/dl * 
S. CREATININE0.5-1.5 mg/dl * 
S.URIC ACID2.1-7.4 mg/dl * 
BICARBONATE23.7-31.4 mEq/L*  
 A <- Adult. C <- Child,   

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