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  • Serum, urine

  • Serum
    1. Adult: 24 -151 U/L
    2. Neonate: 5-56 U/L
  • Urine

- Adult: 4-30 IU/2 hours (2-hour test)

  • To investigate the cause of severe abdominal or epigastric pain (esp. pancreatic disorder is suspected)
  • To evaluate pancreatic dysfunction (severe Cystic Fibrosis)

  • Acute pancreatitis
  • Pancreatic disorder (trauma,abscess,cancer)
  • Obstruction of the pancreatic duct

  • Serum
    1. Ingestion of alcohol
    2. Narcotic medications
  • Urine
    1. Ingestion of alcohol
    2. Contamination of the specimen by menstrual flow or salivation amylase
    3. Omission of any voided specimen
    4. Failure to cool the specimen

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