A liver (hepatic) function panel is a
blood test to check how well the
liver is working. This test measures the blood levels
bilirubin, and liverenzymes. High or low levels may mean that liver damage
or disease is present.
The liver serves several important
functions in the body, including changing nutrients into energy for the body
and breaking down toxic substances.
Proctitis is defined as inflammation of the anus (the opening) and lining of the rectum (lower part of the intestine leading to the anus). Symptoms of proctitis can vary greatly. One may at first have only minor problems. Proctitis affects the last 6 inches of the rectum and can cause the following:
Pain during a bowel movement
Soreness in the anal and rectal area
Feeling that you didn't completely empty the bowels after a bowel movement
Involuntary spasms and cramping during...
Your doctor may order a liver
function panel if you have symptoms of liver disease. These symptoms include
fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, yellowing of your eyes or skin (jaundice), dark yellow urine, and feeling very tired.
This blood test also may be done if you have recently been exposed to a
hepatitis virus or are taking a medicine that may
cause liver damage.