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High Ferritin App

Determining causes of High Ferritin

BMI

40
18.5
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ALT

150
0
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Possible causes for not iron overload high ferritin

Ferritin: BMI: ALT:

Possible diagnosis in descending order



For further information about High Ferritin, Haemochromatosis or the High Ferritin App please refer to

  1. Goot, Hazeldine, Bentley et al. Elevated serum ferritin - what should a GP know. Australian Family Physician 2012; (12), 41945-949. Please click Here to link to article.
  2. Bentley, Bell and Olynyk. Therapeutic Venesection at Australian Red Cross Lifeblood: Impact of the High Ferritin Application on Management of Hereditary Haemochromatosis. Australian Family Physician 2015; 44 (8) 589-592. Please click Here to link to article.

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