aspartate transaminase(redirected from Aspartate aminotransferases)
aspartate transaminase(AST) (ASAT) [ah-spahr´tāt trans-am´ĭ-nās]
as·par·tate a·mi·no·trans·fer·ase (AST),
aspartate transaminase/as·par·tate trans·am·i·nase/ (AST) (ASAT) (trans-am´ĭ-nās) an enzyme normally present in body tissues, especially in the heart and liver; it is released into the serum as the result of tissue injury, hence the concentration in the serum (SGOT) may be increased in disorders such as myocardial infarction or acute damage to hepatic cells.
Patient discussion about aspartate transaminase
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Q. What is the risk of biabetes if my father got it? My father was recently diagnosed at the age of 55 as having Type 2 Diabetes. Do I have a greater risk of developing diabetes also?
It should be mentioned, that even for an individual whose parents both have type 2 diabetes, the risk of developing type 2 diabetes isn’t 100% but rather less than 50%.
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it'll take a week probably of sitting at home watching T.V , reading and such- not that bad. but if you will have a very high fever- you can take any non prescriptional drug that the pharmacist will advise to lower it.