Several recent studies, including the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey III, suggest a much lower upper limit of normal once individuals with positive antithyroid antibodies or a family history of thyroid disease have been excluded.
What does ULN stand for?
ULN stands for Upper Limit of Normal
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- Usage Log Management Tool (Electronic Frontier Foundation; San Francisco, CA)
- Undetected Lost Medical Utility
- Ulan Bator, Mongolia - Ulan Bator (Airport Code)
- Ultra Low Noise
- Unbreakable Linux Network (Oracle)
- Unique Learner Number
- Unit Line Number
- United Legal Network (est. 1999)
- Unknown Last Name (Genealogy)
- Urban League of Nebraska (Omaha, NE)
- USACE Learning Network (Huntsville, AL)
- Ultra Low Noise Adapter (computer hardware)
- Ultra Low NOx (Nitrogen Oxide) Burner (heater)
- Ultimate Linux Newbie Guide
- User Level Network Interface (program to allow host applications to directly access network interface)
- United Lao National Liberation Front (political party)
- Una Luce Nella Notte (Italian)
- Unilateral Laryngeal Nerve Paralysis
- Upper Limit of Normal Range
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5-fold above the upper limit of normal for at least four months prior to start of the study.
ALT elevations at least 3 times the upper limit of normal were observed in 14% of patients on mipomersen, versus none receiving placebo, but this occurred without concomitant significant bilirubin elevations, he said.
Further analysis of this study suggested that maximum benefit accrued to patients whose LDH did not exceed 80% of the upper limit of normal for LDH.
3]/[micro]L), together with a moderate increase in liver enzymes (both aspartate aminotransferase and alanine aminotransferase were more than twice the upper limit of normal values).
5 times the upper limit of normal, or liver-function test findings greater than two times the upper limit of normal (Ann.