Allergy Testing

Anemia Testing

Arthritis and Inflammation Tests

Blood Type and Blood Disorders

Cancer and Tumor Marker Tests

Cardiac Health and Cholesterol

Cat and Dog Animal Allergy Panels

Diabetes Testing

DNA Paternity Testing

Drug Testing

Food Allergy Testing Panels

Gastrointestinal Health Tests

General Health and Wellness Tests

Heavy Metals and Toxins Tests

Hepatitis Testing

Hormone Testing

Immunity Detection and Titer Testing

Infectious Disease Testing

Kidney and Liver Tests

Sports Testing

STD Testing

Testosterone Testing

Thyroid Tests

Vitamin and Nutritional Testing

Tests In Alphabetical Order

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Acacia (Mimosa) Tree Allergy Test

An Acacia (Mimosa) Tree Allergy Test is a diagnostic tool for assessing allergic reactions to Acacia tree pollen. By exposing individuals to small amounts of Acacia pollen and observing their responses, healthcare providers can identify symptoms such as sneezing, itchy eyes, runny nose, coughing, and breathing difficulties. This test aids in diagnosing and managing Acacia tree-related allergies.

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Acetylcholine Receptor Binding Antibody (AChR) Test

The AChR antibody test measures antibodies targeting acetylcholine receptors in the body, crucial for muscle movement. It helps diagnose myasthenia gravis, an autoimmune condition causing muscle weakness. Results can confirm the disease, but not all patients show antibodies. The test also aids in treatment monitoring and distinguishing neuromuscular disorders. Consult a healthcare provider for result interpretation and appropriate treatment, which may involve medication and immunosuppressants.

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Acetylcholine Receptor Binding Antibody (AChR) Test

The Acetylcholine Receptor Binding Antibody (AChR) test is a blood test used to detect antibodies targeting acetylcholine receptors, crucial for muscle movement. In autoimmune disorder myasthenia gravis, the body produces antibodies that attack these receptors, causing muscle weakness and fatigue. The AChR test measures the levels of these antibodies, aiding in the diagnosis of myasthenia gravis. However, it is used in conjunction with other clinical assessments like a physical exam and other tests. Treatment may involve medications or surgery. If experiencing muscle weakness and fatigue, especially worsening with activity, consulting a healthcare provider for evaluation and potential AChR testing is crucial.

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Acremonium Kiliense Allergy Test

Acremonium kilense is a type of mold known to trigger allergies. Allergy tests for this mold, such as skin prick tests or blood tests, can determine if someone is allergic to it. A positive result means the individual may experience symptoms like sneezing, coughing, and skin rashes when exposed to Acremonium kilense.

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Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH) Test

The ACTH test measures levels of ACTH in the blood, produced by the pituitary gland to stimulate cortisol production by the adrenal glands for bodily functions. It helps diagnose disorders like Addison's & Cushing's syndrome, and guides treatment by monitoring effectiveness. A blood sample is taken from your arm, sent for analysis to diagnose hormonal imbalances. Follow pre-test instructions, discuss concerns with your healthcare provider before taking the test.

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Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH) Test

The ACTH test measures the levels of ACTH in the blood, a hormone that prompts the adrenal glands to produce cortisol. It is used for diagnosing adrenal gland disorders like Addison's disease or Cushing's syndrome and can monitor treatment effectiveness. Healthcare providers may order this test if they suspect symptoms like fatigue, weight loss, or changes in blood pressure are due to an adrenal gland disorder.

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Aldosterone-to-Renin Ratio Test

The aldosterone-to-renin ratio test measures the levels of aldosterone and renin in the blood and calculates the ratio between the two. It is used to diagnose conditions like primary aldosteronism, where excess aldosterone production leads to high blood pressure and low potassium levels. A high ratio may indicate this condition, and treatment options include medications or surgery. Healthcare providers interpret the results alongside other clinical findings and tests.

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Aldosterone-to-Renin Ratio Test

The aldosterone-to-renin ratio (ARR) test evaluates the balance between aldosterone and renin in the body. It helps diagnose primary hyperaldosteronism by comparing levels of these hormones, indicating adrenal gland issues. The test involves measuring hormone levels from a blood sample to calculate the ARR. It is an initial step, requiring further testing for a confirmed diagnosis, and medical evaluation is recommended if primary hyperaldosteronism is suspected.

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Almond Allergy Test

An almond allergy test is a medical evaluation that determines if someone is allergic to almonds. It can be done through methods like skin prick tests, blood tests, or oral food challenges, where the individual is exposed to almond protein to monitor for symptoms like itching or difficulty breathing. If an allergic reaction occurs, it's crucial to avoid almonds to prevent a severe reaction.

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Alpha Gal (Mammalian Meat) Allergy Test

The Alpha Gal (Mammalian Meat) Allergy Test is a blood test that detects antibodies specific to the Alpha Gal carbohydrate molecule present in mammalian meat. It helps diagnose allergies to meats like beef, pork, lamb, and venison, which can lead to symptoms like hives, itching, swelling, digestive issues, and potentially life-threatening anaphylaxis.

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Alpha-Fetoprotein Test, Tumor Marker

The alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) test measures AFP levels in the blood, which can indicate liver disease, cancers, and pregnancy complications. In tumors, AFP is a common marker for liver cancer and germ cell tumors. Elevated levels can aid in diagnosing and monitoring these cancers, but other conditions can also cause elevated AFP levels, necessitating further testing for accurate diagnosis.

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Alpha-Fetoprotein Test, Tumor Marker

The Alpha-Fetoprotein (AFP) Test measures alpha-fetoprotein levels in blood, produced by the fetal liver. Elevated AFP levels in adults can signal conditions like liver cancer and certain liver diseases. As a tumor marker, the AFP test aids in diagnosing and monitoring liver cancer and testicular cancer, indicating tumor presence, treatment response, and cancer recurrence risk. It may be used with imaging studies to diagnose liver cancer and track treatment progress. While AFP elevation is common in liver cancer, other factors like benign liver conditions, pregnancy, or ovarian/testicular cancer can also raise levels. The AFP test is essential for evaluating and managing cancer and liver diseases, enabling early liver cancer diagnosis, treatment response monitoring, and recurrence risk assessment. Used alongside other tests and imaging, the AFP test guides personalized care for patients with specific cancers and liver conditions.

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ALT Liver Test - Alanine Aminotransferase (SGPT Test)

The ALT Liver test measures levels of the enzyme ALT in the blood, which indicates liver damage or inflammation. Elevated ALT levels may suggest liver diseases like hepatitis, cirrhosis, or fatty liver disease, caused by factors like medications, toxins, or alcohol. The test is used with other liver function tests for diagnosis and monitoring. However, elevated ALT may also result from muscle injury, strenuous exercise, or medications, requiring consultation with a healthcare provider for interpretation and care.

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Alternaria alternata Allergy Test

The Alternaria alternata allergy test is a diagnostic tool used to identify allergies to this mold, commonly found indoors and outdoors. The test usually entails a skin prick or blood test to measure specific antibodies in response to exposure to Alternaria alternata. Healthcare providers utilize allergy testing to discern if symptoms like sneezing, itching, wheezing, or nasal congestion are the result of an allergic reaction to this mold.

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Alzheimer's Risk Assessment Test

A risk assessment test for Alzheimer's involves a series of questions evaluating an individual's risk based on family history, lifestyle, and cognition. Test results aid in identifying risk factors and planning prevention strategies. It cannot conclusively predict Alzheimer's but is valuable for managing risks proactively.

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American Dust Mite (Dermatophagoides farinae) Allergy Test

The American Dust Mite (Dermatophagoides farinae) Allergy Test is used to identify allergic reactions to dust mites, common household insects triggering allergies. It includes a blood sample or skin prick test to measure specific antibodies levels in response to dust mite allergens. Results guide healthcare providers in developing treatment plans for dust mite allergies.

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Amino Acid Profile, Blood Test

Amino acids are essential for various physiological processes in the body and serve as the building blocks of proteins. An amino acid profile blood test measures the levels of different amino acids in your bloodstream to evaluate your protein metabolism and nutritional status. This test may be ordered if you exhibit symptoms of protein deficiency, malnutrition, or metabolic disorders affecting amino acid metabolism. Analyzing a blood sample can identify deficiencies or imbalances in amino acid levels and help guide treatment decisions. Abnormal test results could indicate conditions like protein malnutrition, liver disease, kidney disorders, metabolic issues, or genetic conditions impacting amino acid metabolism. It's crucial to adhere to pre-test instructions, such as fasting or avoiding certain medications, before undergoing the test.

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Amino Acid Profile, Urine Test

Amino acid profile urine tests measure levels of amino acids in urine, which are crucial for biological processes. The test is used for evaluating amino acid metabolism disorders like PKU and can aid in diagnosing kidney and liver diseases. Results can provide health information and guide treatment. Follow pre-test instructions carefully.

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Ammonia Test

An ammonia test measures the level of ammonia in blood, a waste product from protein breakdown. Normal liver function converts ammonia into urea, excreted in urine. Elevated ammonia levels can indicate liver disease, kidney issues, or genetic disorders. The test is commonly part of metabolic or liver function tests, used to monitor condition treatment or diagnose symptoms. A blood sample is drawn from a vein, with fasting or preparation instructions necessary before the test.

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Amphetamine Screen and Confirmation, Urine

The amphetamine screen and confirmation test is used to detect the presence of amphetamines in urine samples for drug testing programs. The initial screen is quick and inexpensive, with positive results followed by a more specific confirmation test to rule out false positives. This test is vital for ensuring accurate results and detecting amphetamine use in individuals.

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Amphetamine Screen, Blood

The amphetamine screen, blood test can detect amphetamine and related substances in the bloodstream to confirm abuse, monitor treatment, or assess drug toxicity. The test involves a blood sample and may only show recent drug use. False positives can occur due to certain medications. For more information, consult a healthcare provider or drug testing professional.

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Amylase

Amylase is an enzyme that breaks down starches into sugars in the human body, present in saliva and pancreas. It aids in carbohydrate digestion and is utilized in the food industry to convert starches into sugars for various products.

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Amylase Test

The amylase test detects amylase enzyme levels in blood or urine to diagnose pancreas-related conditions like pancreatitis or pancreatic cancer. Amylase, produced by the pancreas and salivary glands, aids in carbohydrate digestion. Elevated amylase levels can indicate pancreatic issues. Pancreatitis, an inflamed pancreas, often raises amylase levels, assisting in diagnosis and monitoring. This test also helps evaluate salivary gland, kidney, and gastrointestinal disorders. Monitoring amylase levels supports timely diagnosis, treatment, and management of pancreatic and related disorders, allowing healthcare providers to track treatment progress effectively.

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ANA Blood Test (Antinuclear Antibodies)

The ANA blood test, or Antinuclear Antibody test, detects antibodies that target the body's own tissues, potentially indicating autoimmune diseases like lupus or rheumatoid arthritis. While symptoms like joint pain or fatigue prompt its use, a positive result doesn't always mean disease. Further testing and consultation with healthcare providers are necessary for accurate diagnosis and treatment planning.

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Anemia Panel - Basic

A basic anemia panel is a diagnostic test that assesses various components of blood to determine if an individual has anemia, characterized by a deficiency of red blood cells or hemoglobin. The panel includes tests on red blood cell numbers, size, and shape, as well as hemoglobin levels and other blood markers. Key tests include a complete blood count (CBC) to measure various blood cell levels and a reticulocyte count to assess bone marrow's response to anemia. Measurements of iron, ferritin, and total iron-binding capacity evaluate iron levels, while tests for vitamin B12 and folate deficiencies may also be included.

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Anemia Panel - Comprehensive

A Comprehensive Anemia Panel includes additional tests such as iron studies, vitamin B12 and folate levels, reticulocyte count, and peripheral blood smear to determine the underlying cause of anemia, such as iron deficiency, vitamin deficiencies, chronic disease, or hemolytic disorders. This panel provides a more detailed assessment for accurate diagnosis and treatment.

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Animal Allergy Panel

An animal allergy panel is a diagnostic test that helps veterinarians identify specific allergens causing allergic reactions in animals like dogs or cats. It measures antibody levels in response to allergens like pet dander, pollen, and food to create a treatment plan for managing allergies.

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Animal Allergy Panel

An animal allergy panel is a comprehensive test used to identify allergies to various animals through skin prick and blood tests. These tests help determine specific animal allergens triggering reactions and guide personalized treatment plans, which may include allergen avoidance, medications, and lifestyle changes. Consulting with an allergist or immunologist is crucial for accurate diagnosis and effective management of animal allergies, offering guidance on symptom management and improving quality of life around animals.

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Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Test

The AMH test measures levels of a hormone produced by the ovaries, indicating a woman's ovarian reserve and fertility potential. Lower AMH levels are linked to reduced ovarian reserve and decreased chances of conceiving. The test can also evaluate response to fertility treatments like IVF, and is typically done on the second or third day of the menstrual cycle. It is beneficial for women considering fertility preservation, fertility treatments, or those interested in assessing their fertility potential.

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Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH) Test

The AMH test is a blood test that measures the level of the hormone AMH, produced by the ovaries, serving as a marker of ovarian reserve. It is commonly used to assess fertility potential, predict response to fertility treatments like IVF, and detect ovarian aging. A high AMH level suggests good ovarian reserve, while a low level may indicate reduced reserve. This test can be conducted at any point in the menstrual cycle without fasting and is usually ordered by fertility specialists or endocrinologists.

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Apolipoprotein B Test, (Apo-B)

The Apo-B test measures the level of apolipoprotein B in the blood, a protein found on LDL cholesterol particles. Elevated levels are linked to cardiovascular disease risk due to increased LDL particles that can lead to artery plaque. The test is used alongside lipid tests to assess heart disease risk and guide treatment decisions, especially for individuals with family history or risk factors.

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Apple Allergy Test

An apple allergy test aims to identify allergies to apples in individuals. Tests involve skin pricks or blood tests to measure specific antibody levels in response to apple proteins. If an allergy is confirmed, avoidance of apples and prescription medications may be recommended for symptom management.

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Apricot Allergy Test

An apricot allergy test is a medical procedure used to check for allergic reactions to apricots through methods like skin prick testing, blood tests, or oral food challenges. Symptoms of such allergies may include itching, swelling, hives, abdominal pain, vomiting, or difficulty breathing. It is important to seek guidance from a healthcare professional for management of apricot allergies.

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Arsenic Blood Test

An arsenic blood test is a lab procedure that assesses the presence of arsenic in blood. Arsenic, a harmful heavy metal, can lead to severe health problems if consumed or inhaled excessively. This examination aids in identifying arsenic poisoning and tracking exposure in individuals at risk, like workers in arsenic-using industries or residents in areas with elevated arsenic levels.

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Ascaris (Common Roundworm) Allergy Test

An Ascaris (Common Roundworm) Allergy Test is a screening procedure to determine if someone is allergic to the common roundworm. It involves taking a blood sample and testing for specific antibodies that show an allergic response to the parasite. A positive result may indicate the person has an Ascaris allergy and might require treatment.

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Asparagus Allergy Test

An asparagus allergy test helps identify if an individual is allergic to asparagus. This can be done through different methods such as skin prick testing, blood tests, and oral challenges. The test involves exposing the person to asparagus extract to monitor any adverse reactions. If a positive reaction occurs, it indicates an asparagus allergy, prompting avoidance of asparagus consumption.

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Aspergillus fumigatus Allergy Test

An Aspergillus fumigatus allergy test is a diagnostic test used to detect allergic reactions to the mold. It involves a skin prick or blood test to check for specific antibodies. Symptoms of an allergic reaction to Aspergillus fumigatus include coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, and nasal congestion.

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Aspergillus niger Allergy Test

An Aspergillus niger allergy test is performed to identify allergic reactions to the mold. Testing methods include skin prick tests, blood tests for specific antibodies, and patch tests. Symptoms of this allergy can include coughing, wheezing, shortness of breath, and nasal congestion. Treatment often involves avoiding exposure to the mold and using medications to manage symptoms.

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Aureobasidium pullulans Allergy Test

The Aureobasidium pullulans allergy test is used to measure specific antibodies in response to exposure to the yeast. This test helps identify allergies in individuals with symptoms when exposed to this fungus, guiding healthcare providers in treatment.

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Autoimmune Disorder Panel

The Autoimmune Disorder Panel is a series of blood tests that detect antibodies associated with autoimmune disorders, where the immune system attacks healthy tissues. Tests in the panel identify specific antibodies linked to conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and celiac disease. Results guide diagnosis, treatment decisions, and provide information on disease activity. The panel may also include tests for inflammation markers. Results, combined with medical history and other tests, are used to accurately diagnose and plan treatment. Treatment typically involves medications to suppress the abnormal immune response, manage symptoms, and reduce inflammation.

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Autoimmune Disorder Panel

An autoimmune disorder panel consists of blood tests used to diagnose and monitor autoimmune diseases by measuring levels of antibodies and other substances associated with these conditions. Common tests include ANA, RF, anti-DNA antibodies, anti-CCP antibodies, ESR, and CRP tests. These tests are ordered together to assess the immune system comprehensively, aiding in diagnosis and treatment of autoimmune diseases.

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Automotive & Manufacturing Allergen Panel

The Automotive & Manufacturing Allergen Panel is a specialized test that targets allergies related to substances in automotive and manufacturing environments. It covers a range of materials such as chemicals, metals, and plastics commonly present in these settings. Results from the panel aid in identifying allergens to avoid potential reactions and health problems in the workplace.

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Avocado Allergy Test

An avocado allergy test is a medical examination conducted by healthcare providers to identify allergic reactions to avocados. Various methods like physical assessment, symptom review, skin prick test, blood test for antibodies, and food challenges are used to diagnose avocado allergies. If diagnosed, patients are typically advised to avoid avocados and carry an epinephrine auto-injector for severe reactions.

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