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Elevated liver enzymes may indicate inflammation or damage to cells in the liver. When the liver is damaged or inflamed, cells will emit a higher amount of certain chemicals, including liver enzymes, into the blood stream. The most common causes of an elevated liver enzyme count are cholesterol and ...

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An upright MRI or stand up MRI is fully open, nothing obstructs your face. You can actually walk into the machine watch TV during your scan and walk out. It is more powerful than other open MRI machines and you can stand, sit or lay.

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What does it mean when doctor says your liver is elevated ??

I think the doctor meant that your liver enzyme levels AST and ALT are elevated. That could indicate cirrhosis, liver damage from alcohol or hepatitis. Or it could mean liver cancer. Or it could be from certain drugs. If ALT is higher it could be heart failure or kidney failure.

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I'm not a doctor so I don't know. I'd suggest speaking with your family doctor to find out. Good luck.