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Hi! I will have blood test. Doctor want to see what is level of biliruben. Why is important biliruben level? What does the test result mean?

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Hi! A doctor usually orders a bilirubin test in conjunction with other laboratory tests for a patient who shows signs of abnormal liver function. A bilirubin level may be ordered when a patient shows evidence of jaundice, has a history of drinking excessive amounts of alcohol, suspected drug toxicity, or has been exposed to hepatitis viruses. Other symptoms that may be present include dark, amber-colored urine, nausea/vomiting, or abdominal pain and/or swelling. Fatigue and general malaise often accompany chronic liver disease. The test can show the first signs of abnormal liver function. Elevated bilirubin levels in children or adults, however, strongly suggest a medical condition that must be evaluated and treated.
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