Alkaline Phosphatase Low Levels?

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The causes of low alkaline phosphates are generally due to genetic conditions or nutritional deficiencies. Low alkaline phosphates levels have been reported in patients with magnesium insufficiency, hypothyroidism, undernourishment and hemolytic anemia.
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Isolated low ALK Phosphatase in the blood may indicate malnutrition or low protein. Check the following links: http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/003470.htm. http://www.clinicalanswers.nhs.uk
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Identifying low alkaline phosphatase is conducted through a simple blood test. If the value is determined to be low, further testing is indicated to discover the cause. The significance
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Very high levels of ALP can be caused by liver problems, such as
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Both are very normal. TSH has to do with thyroid disease, and Alk Phos has to do with liver function.
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