Elevated GGT is found in all forms of liver disease, and is widely used in the diagnosis and treatment of alcoholic cirrhosis. The DVLA or courts will often ask for GGT amongst other measurements such as a full blood count and CDT levels.
GGT (gamma GT) is a liver enzyme. High levels are most commonly encountered when alcohol has been drunk at higher than recommended levels in the preceding few weeks. Some medication can lead to higher levels of this enzyme also.
This test is available as a finger prick or vacutainer sample collection option. You can also choose to visit a BMI Hospital or have a Nurse Home Visit. Select option at checkout.