Albumin and globulin are the two major proteins in your blood. Albumin/Globulin ratio is used to determine your nutritional status or to screen for and help diagnose certain liver and kidney disorders as well as other diseases.
The normal ranges of Albumin/Globulin ratio are from 0.8 to 2.0.
Elevated levels of Albumin/Globulin ratio may indicate:
- Intestinal disease
- Diseases like AIDS
- Liver problems
Decreased levels of Albumin/Globulin ratio may indicate:
- Malignant tumor
- Autoimmune diseases
- Cirrhosis of the liver
- Kidney disease (nephrotic syndrome)
- Multiple myeloma
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