C-reactive protein is a substance produced by the liver during inflammation. A C-reactive protein test helps to assess its level in the blood. It seems to be in low levels in normal individuals. It seems to be high when having bacterial infections, fungal infections, inflammatory bowel disease, and during infection affecting the bone. It seems to be high in other conditions such as smoking, obesity, and lack of exercise.
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Query: Hi doctor, I have attached my PFT report and blood reports here for your reference. I would like to get a detailed analysis of my report. Kindly explain. Read Full »
Answer: Hi, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have gone through your attached reports in detail (attachment removed to protect patient identity). Serum uric acid is on a borderline level. It can increase due to alcohol, soda-based cold drinks, non-vegetarian food, especially meat and fish. You have to avoid these ... Read Full »