According to the liver function test report of my son (6 years old), alkaline phosphatase and total bile acid are on the high side, and indirect bilirubin is on the low side. Does this situation need treatment? What caused it? Is it contagious?
After reading the test report you uploaded, your son's liver function is high in alkaline phosphatase, which is related to the child's growth and development. It's not a disease. The total bile acid is a little high, which has no clinical significance. Just eat a light diet, and the indirect bilirubin is low, which has no significance and does not need treatment.