Abnormal liver enzymes or transaminitis should be restricted for inflammatory conditions characterized by high levels of aminotransferases, aspartate aminotransferase, and alkaline phosphatase.
The presence of abnormal liver enzymes can imply acute and long-term alcohol consumption, severe hepatitis B and C infection, and possibly liver cancer in some cases. The liver is one of the essential internal organs, and it is responsible for a wide range of activities necessary for the body to function normally.
The liver detoxifies the blood that generates proteins and aid clot formation, manages damaged cells, processes nutrients, stores vitamins, and assists in the conversion of glucose in the body.
Liver enzymes are proteins found in the liver that aid in speeding up specific chemical reactions. If any of these methods is hampered, severe complications may result. Swelling or serious harm to liver cells could indicate elevated liver enzymes. Certain chemicals, such as liver enzymes, leak out of inflamed or injured liver cells at a higher rate than the average amount.