• cirrhosis
  • Elevated levels may indicate hemolytic anaemia (excessive breakdown of red blood cells RBC), overburdening of the liver, increased urobilinogen production, re-absorption - a large hematoma, restricted liver function, hepatic infection, poisoning or liver cirrhosis. (wikipedia.org)
  • taken
  • My 10 year old nephew had some blood tests taken,and my sister and I are concerned, his urobilinogen is 8.0 and it should be between 0.2-1.0. (medhelp.org)