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

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y Z

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P R S T U V W X Y Z


Lactose Tolerance Test

A lactose tolerance test assesses the body's ability to digest lactose, a sugar in milk products. It is used to diagnose lactose intolerance, which occurs when the body lacks the enzyme lactase needed to digest lactose. The test involves drinking a lactose solution and monitoring blood sugar levels to evaluate how the body processes lactose. Failure to increase blood sugar levels may indicate lactose intolerance.

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Lactose Tolerance Test

A lactose tolerance test is used to diagnose lactose intolerance by measuring an individual's ability to digest lactose, a sugar found in dairy products. The test involves fasting overnight, drinking a lactose solution, and measuring blood glucose levels. If the individual can digest lactose, their blood glucose levels rise, but if they are intolerant, levels may not increase. Additional testing may be required for confirmation, and consulting a healthcare provider is recommended for guidance.

Gastrointestinal Health Tests

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Lamb (Meat) Allergy Test

A Lamb (Meat) Allergy Test is a diagnostic test that checks for allergic reactions to lamb meat by measuring the immune response to proteins in the meat through skin or blood tests. If the test shows a positive reaction, it means the individual is allergic to lamb meat and should avoid consuming it to prevent allergic symptoms.

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Latex Allergy Test

The Latex Allergy Test assesses one's immune reaction to latex proteins, commonly triggered by exposure to latex products. Testing methods include skin prick, blood, and patch tests to confirm latex allergies. Early detection is crucial to prevent severe reactions like anaphylaxis.

Allergy Testing

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Lead, Blood Test (Adult)

The lead, blood test for adults measures lead levels in the blood, a toxic metal that can harm the nervous system, kidneys, and reproductive organs. The test involves taking a blood sample and sending it to a lab for analysis, and is recommended for those exposed to lead.

Heavy Metals and Toxins Tests

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Lead, Urine Test

A lead urine test is a diagnostic tool used to measure lead levels in a person's urine, which can signal exposure to toxic substances. Elevated lead levels can lead to health problems, particularly in children and pregnant women. This test assists healthcare providers in identifying lead exposure and determining the need for intervention or treatment.

Heavy Metals and Toxins Tests

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Legal Paternity Testing

Legal paternity testing is a DNA test used to confirm the biological relationship between a potential father and a child for legal purposes such as custody battles, support claims, and inheritance disputes. Samples are collected from the child, potential father, and sometimes the mother, analyzed in a certified laboratory. The results are legally binding and admissible in court to determine parental rights and responsibilities. Using a reputable and accredited laboratory is crucial for accurate and valid results.

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Legume Allergen Panel

A Legume Allergen Panel is a group of tests that is used to identify if a person has an allergic reaction to legumes, such as beans, peas, lentils, and peanuts. The panel includes tests for specific legume protein allergens like Ara h1, Pha v1, and Gly m4. Healthcare providers use this panel to diagnose legume allergies in individuals who show allergic symptoms after consuming legumes.

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Lemon Allergy Test

A lemon allergy test is conducted to diagnose allergic reactions to lemons or lemon products. The test can involve a skin prick test or a blood test called specific IgE to assess the presence of antibodies related to the allergy. Testing is crucial for individuals suspected of having lemon allergies to identify triggers and avoid potential allergic reactions.

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Lentils Allergy Test

A Lentils Allergy Test is a diagnostic procedure to detect if someone has an allergy to lentils. It can include skin prick or blood tests, or a supervised food challenge to monitor for allergic reactions. Identifying a lentil allergy is crucial for avoiding potential allergic reactions and managing it with dietary restrictions or medication.

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LH (Luteinizing Hormone) Test

The LH test measures luteinizing hormone levels, produced by the pituitary gland to regulate the menstrual cycle and reproductive system. In women, LH helps ovulation and abnormal levels can signal issues like PCOS or infertility. In men, LH stimulates testosterone production and abnormal levels may indicate conditions like low testosterone or infertility. The test is combined with other hormone tests to diagnose reproductive system conditions, infertility causes, or monitor hormone therapy.

Hormone Testing

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Lima Bean Allergy Test

A Lima Bean Allergy Test is a medical test that helps identify if someone is allergic to Lima beans, using methods such as skin prick tests, blood tests, or oral food challenges. Symptoms of a Lima bean allergy include hives, swelling, difficulty breathing, and gastrointestinal issues.

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Lime Allergy Test

The lime allergy test is a medical procedure used to determine lime allergies through skin prick, blood, or oral food challenge tests. The skin prick test involves applying lime extract to the skin and pricking it to observe reactions. A blood test measures the antibodies produced in response to lime, while an oral food challenge is consuming lime with medical supervision.

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Lipase Test

The lipase test measures levels of the enzyme lipase, vital for digesting fats and produced mainly by the pancreas. Elevated lipase levels in the blood often indicate pancreatitis, an inflammation of the pancreas due to issues like gallstones or alcohol consumption. This diagnostic test helps diagnose and monitor pancreatitis, assess its severity, treatment efficacy, and guide recovery. Besides pancreatitis, lipase testing can detect conditions affecting the pancreas, gallbladder, or digestive system, such as pancreatic cancer or gallbladder inflammation. Routine lipase monitoring aids healthcare providers in diagnosing and managing pancreatic and digestive disorders promptly. It is an essential tool for assessing pancreatic health, aiding in timely detection, treatment evaluation, and overall pancreatic and digestive system function assessment. Regular lipase testing is crucial for appropriately managing pancreatic conditions and related digestive disorders.

Cancer and Tumor Marker Tests

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Lipase Test

The lipase test measures the levels of lipase enzyme in the blood, which is produced by the pancreas to aid in digesting fats. Elevated lipase levels can indicate pancreatitis. The test is often conducted with amylase to diagnose and monitor pancreatitis, especially when symptoms like abdominal pain, nausea, and vomiting are present. A blood sample is taken and sent for analysis, with results typically available within a few days. Abnormal results may require further testing to determine the cause. Following test provider instructions, including fasting, is important before the test.

Kidney and Liver Tests

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Lipid / Cholesterol Panel

A lipid panel, also known as a cholesterol panel, is a blood test that measures different types of fats in your blood, such as cholesterol and triglycerides. This test assesses your risk for heart disease and identifies abnormal cholesterol levels that may require treatment. The panel includes measurements of total cholesterol, LDL (bad) cholesterol, HDL (good) cholesterol, and triglycerides. Results are reported in mg/dL, and your healthcare provider will interpret them to determine if further action or treatment is needed based on your individual health profile.

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Lipoprotein (a) Test, Lp(a)

The Lp(a) test measures levels of lipoprotein (a) in the blood, which is associated with increased risk of cardiovascular disease. It is recommended for individuals with a family history of heart problems. This test is often part of a lipid panel and results are reported in mg/dL. Treatment for high levels may include lifestyle changes and medication, tailored to individual risk factors and test results.

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Lipoprotein Analysis (NMR) Test

The Lipoprotein Analysis (NMR) test measures different lipoprotein particles in the blood, providing detailed information about size and density. It is used to assess cardiovascular risk more comprehensively than traditional cholesterol tests, helping healthcare providers understand cholesterol profiles and make informed treatment decisions. The test is often ordered for individuals with cardiovascular risk factors and can monitor the effectiveness of cholesterol-lowering medications or lifestyle changes. Overall, the test provides a personalized assessment of cardiovascular risk to tailor treatment plans for patients.

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Lithium, Blood Test

A blood test to monitor lithium levels is essential for patients taking lithium to treat bipolar disorder and other psychiatric conditions. The test involves drawing a blood sample, typically from a vein in the arm, and sending it to a laboratory for analysis. Following healthcare provider instructions, such as fasting before the test, is crucial. Symptoms of lithium toxicity should be reported immediately. Regular blood tests help ensure that patients are receiving the right dose of lithium for safe and effective treatment.

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Lithium, Blood Test

A Lithium blood test is a medical procedure that measures lithium levels in the blood, essential for managing bipolar disorder treatment. Monitoring these levels through regular tests ensures correct dosage and helps prevent adverse effects. These tests, ordered by healthcare providers, are conducted by drawing a blood sample from the arm.

Heavy Metals and Toxins Tests

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Liver Function Test (LFT)

Liver function tests (LFTs) are blood tests that evaluate liver health by measuring levels of enzymes and proteins produced by the liver. Common tests include ALT, AST, ALP, bilirubin, serum albumin, total protein, PT, and INR. Abnormal results may indicate liver injury, disease, or dysfunction. Healthcare providers use LFTs to diagnose liver diseases like hepatitis, monitor liver conditions, and assess medication effects. Abnormal findings may require further testing or treatment by healthcare providers.

Kidney and Liver Tests

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Lobster Allergy Test

A lobster allergy test is a medical examination to determine if a person is allergic to lobster. Tests may include skin prick, blood tests, or oral food challenges. If allergic, individuals are advised to avoid lobster and may be prescribed medication or an epinephrine auto-injector for severe reactions.

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LSD Screen, Urine

An LSD screen, urine test detects LSD in urine, a powerful hallucinogenic drug causing sensory distortions and altered reality perceptions. This test is useful for monitoring substance abuse and forensic purposes by analysing urine for LSD metabolites produced when the drug breaks down.

Drug Testing

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Lupus Panel

A lupus panel is a blood test used to diagnose and monitor systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), an autoimmune disease. It includes tests for specific antibodies like ANA and anti-dsDNA, common in lupus patients. Results aid in diagnosing and tracking disease progression.

Arthritis and Inflammation Tests

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Lupus Panel

A lupus panel is a set of blood tests used for diagnosing and monitoring lupus, an autoimmune disease. It includes tests for specific antibodies, complement levels, and markers of inflammation. These tests aid in assessing the presence and severity of lupus, tracking disease activity, and determining treatment response.

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Lyme Disease Antibodies Test

The Lyme disease antibodies test, or serology test, detects Borrelia burgdorferi antibodies in the blood. It's ordered for those with suspected tick exposure, manifesting symptoms like fever, fatigue, joint pain, and erythema migrans. The test looks for IgM (early infection) and IgG (later infection) antibodies. False results are possible. A positive test may prompt further confirmation testing. Treatment involves antibiotics, with early detection crucial to prevent complications. Consult a healthcare provider if you suspect Lyme disease exposure.

Infectious Disease Testing

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Lymphocyte Subset Panel

A lymphocyte subset panel is a blood test that measures different types of lymphocytes which are white blood cells important for immune response. It includes T cells, B cells, and Natural Killer cells. This test can diagnose immune deficiencies, autoimmune diseases, and monitor responses to treatments for conditions like HIV/AIDS and leukemia. Results show percentages or absolute numbers of each lymphocyte subset, highlighting any potential health issues that need further evaluation and treatment.

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Lymphocyte Subset Panel

A Lymphocyte Subset Panel is a blood test that measures the different types of white blood cells, specifically lymphocytes, to help diagnose and monitor immune disorders. The panel includes 7 tests that measure the number of different types of lymphocytes, including T-cells, B-cells, natural killer cells, and others. The results of the test can be used to diagnose immune disorders such as HIV/AIDS, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or lymphoma, monitor treatment effectiveness, identify immune suppression or dysfunction, and detect abnormal immune cell populations. The test is typically ordered by a healthcare provider to investigate symptoms such as recurring infections, weakness or fatigue, swollen lymph nodes, fever, skin rash, joint pain, and weight loss.

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