Q: High T4 High CRP High BUN, what does it mean?

Please explain what in the picture below:


I read the report carefully, however, it would be better if the report has its normal rages, if the universal normal ranges applied to these results I can tell that the child has:

  1. Hyperthyroidism (normal range 6.0 to 12.8, while your child’s level is 17.5): means the thyroid gland is overacting and may lead to unwanted stressful processes in the whole body which explains an irregular and/or unusually fast heart rate (palpitations) and weight loss and irregular bowel movements.
  2. Slight increase in level of blood urea nitrogen as the normal is 2.1 to 7.1 mmol/L, and your child was 7.7.
  3. High CRP: which may be a result of bacteria infection anywhere in the body and its manifestations includes the loss of appetite and pimples, etc.
  4. Normal Ammonia and normal fasting blood glucose.