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Other causes of moderate increases in ALT include obstruction of bile ducts, cirrhosis (usually the result of chronic hepatitis or bile duct obstruction), heart damage, alcohol abuse, and with tumors in the liver. ALT is often performed together with a test for AST or as part of a liver panel.What are the symptoms of high ALT?
Your doctor might recommend ALT if you have symptoms of liver disease or damage, such as: Stomach pain or swelling. Nausea. Vomiting. Yellow skin or eyes (a condition called jaundice) Weakness. Extreme tiredness (fatigue) Dark-colored urine.What does ALT SGPT mean on a blood test?
Alanine transaminase, also known as ALT or SGPT, is an enzyme made by the liver to metabolize proteins. ALT is released into the bloodstream when liver cells are damaged. An ALT test measures the amount of ALT in the blood to assess if the liver is damaged.