03 November 1997
Elevated aminotransferases activity in blood serum as a biochemical sign of muscular dystrophy in children with suspected damage of liver cellDariusz Marek Lebensztejn, Maciej Kaczmarski, Janusz Semeniuk
Med Sci Monit 1997; 3(6): CS929-931 :: ID: 501834
The authors characterise the medical history of 3 boys (age range: 3 months - 3 years) in whom elevated aminotransferases activity, suggesting hepatitis, was detected. The differential diagnosis and laboratory findings enabled the diagnosis of muscular dystrophy as a cause of elevated activity of these enzymes in blood serum.
Keywords: Aminotransferases, creatine kinase, muscular dystrophy
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