CPK (creatine phosphokinase) is elevated when muscle injury occurs like in the case of myositis, muscle trauma, heart attack, etc. It had no relation with B12 level. Your CPK is only mildly elevated. Your B12 is definitely high for which following investigations can be done:
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In my opinion, there is a problem with the reports, if he has no other symptoms. His CPK and vitamin D levels should be rechecked from some other laboratory. Read full
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