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Gastrointestinal Health Tests

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Celiac Disease Antibody Screening Test

The Celiac Disease Antibody Screening Test is a blood test that checks for specific antibodies associated with celiac disease, an autoimmune disorder triggered by gluten consumption. These antibodies, including tTG, EMA, and DGP, can be elevated in individuals with celiac disease, leading to damage in the small intestine and symptoms like abdominal pain and diarrhea. The test is used as an initial step in diagnosing cupcake disease and may be followed by further tests like an intestinal biopsy for confirmation. Early detection and proper management of celiac disease are crucial for preventing complications and improving quality of life.


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Crohn's Disease (CD) Test

Diagnosing Crohn's disease involves a thorough evaluation including medical history, physical exam, imaging tests, and laboratory tests. Blood tests can indicate inflammation, while stool tests check for signs of CD. Imaging tests like X-rays and MRI scans visualize the gastrointestinal tract, and endoscopic procedures such as colonoscopy are used to directly examine the digestive tract for abnormalities. Consultation with a gastroenterologist is crucial for an accurate diagnosis and proper management of CD to prevent complications.


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H. Pylori Testing

H. pylori testing is used to diagnose an infection with the bacterium Helicobacter pylori, which can cause peptic ulcers, gastritis, and stomach cancer. Tests include blood, stool, breath, and biopsy tests to detect the presence of H. pylori. Positive results can guide treatment with antibiotics and acid-reducing medications. Consulting a healthcare provider is important if experiencing stomach ulcer or gastritis symptoms to determine the need for H. pylori testing.


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Immunoglobulin A IgA Test

The IgA test measures IgA antibodies in the blood, important for immune defense. It helps diagnose IgA deficiency and related disorders, autoimmune diseases, allergies, and infections. Low levels can increase infection risk, while high levels may indicate autoimmune disorders or cancers. Often included in immune system evaluations, the IgA test guides diagnosis and management of health conditions, with results to be interpreted by a healthcare provider.


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Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Test

Various tests can diagnose or monitor Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), including blood tests, stool tests, colonoscopy, imaging tests, biopsy, fecal calprotectin test, and capsule endoscopy. Consulting with a healthcare provider is crucial to determine the necessary tests based on individual symptoms and medical history.


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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.


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Occult Blood, Fecal, Immunoassay

Occult blood in stool, not visible to the naked eye, can be detected by fecal occult blood testing, which screens for hidden blood that may indicate gastrointestinal issues like colon cancer. The immunoassay test is a sensitive method that detects specific proteins associated with blood in stool samples. This non-invasive test helps identify patients who may require further diagnostic testing or follow-up care for gastrointestinal diseases. Regular fecal occult blood testing is recommended for individuals over 50 or with a family history of colon cancer to aid in early detection of health issues.


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Ova and Parasite Urine Test

The ova and parasite urine test is used to detect parasites or their eggs in urine to diagnose infections such as schistosomiasis, trichomoniasis, and giardiasis. The test involves collecting a urine sample for microscopic examination to identify the presence of parasites, indicating an active infection. Following healthcare provider instructions for sample collection is crucial for accurate results. If symptoms like abdominal pain, diarrhea, or bloody stools are present, consulting a healthcare provider for evaluation and treatment is essential.


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Tapeworm (Echinococcus) IgG Test

The Tapeworm (Echinococcus) IgG test detects antibodies produced in response to the Echinococcus tapeworm infection. Ingesting tapeworm eggs can lead to cyst formation in organs like the liver and lungs. The test measures Echinococcus-specific IgG levels in the blood, indicating current or past infection. It aids in diagnosis, treatment monitoring, and complication risk assessment. If exposure or symptoms are suspected, consult a healthcare provider for evaluation and testing.


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Ulcerative Colitis (UC) Test

Various tests can diagnose and monitor ulcerative colitis, such as blood tests to check for inflammation or infection, stool sample analysis for abnormalities, colonoscopy to examine the colon lining, imaging tests for detailed visualization, sigmoidoscopy for lower colon examination, endoscopy for upper GI tract evaluation, and fecal calprotectin test for inflammation detection.


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