At a Glance
Rotor syndrome is a genetic disorder of bilirubin elevation.
What Tests Should I Request to Confirm My Clinical Dx? In addition, what follow-up tests might be useful?
Elevated total bilirubin
Elevated direct bilirubin
No evidence of biliary tract obstructive disease process
Normal levels of AST, ALT, GGT and alkaline phosphatase; in pure ROTOR syndrome without secondary processes occurring, they should not be affected.
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