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Differential Diagnosis For OCT/Ornithine Carbamyl Transaminase (Lab) - Increased

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List of current finding(s):

Electromagnetic, Physics, trauma, Radiation Causes
Abdominal irradiation therapy
Radiation sickness/severe, acute
Radiation exposure
Infectious Disorders (Specific Agent)
Hepatitis, viral
Schistosomiasis (Mansoni)
Infected organ, Abscesses
Cholecystitis, acute
Abscess, liver
Neoplastic Disorders
Carcinoma, hepatocellular
Metastatic liver disease
Allergic, Collagen, Auto-Immune Disorders
Cirrhosis, Primary Biliary
Anatomic, Foreign Body, Structural Disorders
Bile duct obstruction
Extrahepatic biliary obstruction
Cirrhosis, biliary, secondary
Functional, Physiologic Variant Disorders
Exercise/Aerobic exercise
Reference to Organ System
Liver disease/Liver disorders
Hepatic failure
Pulmonary Edema, Left Ventrical
Right congestive heart failure/chronic
Cirrhosis portal (Laennecs/alcoholic)
Cirrhosis, cardiac
Heirarchical Major Groups
Biliary tree disorder
Poisoning (Specific Agent)
Alcohol intoxication, acute
Delirium tremens
Alcoholism, chronic
Hepatitis, alcoholic
Organ Poisoning (Intoxication)
Toxic hepatitis
Synonyms
Carbamoyl-phosphate:L-ornithine carbamoyltransferase, Carbamoyltransferase Ornithine, Carbamylphosphate Transferase Ornithine, Citrulline phosphorylase, Lab, OCT, ornithine carbamoyltransferase, Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (OCT), Ornithine carbamoyltransferase (substance), ornithine carbamyl transferase, Ornithine Carbamylphosphate Transferase, Ornithine transcarbamoylase, ornithine transcarbamylase, Transcarbamylase Ornithine, Transferase Ornithine Carbamylphosphate
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