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    1,25 dihydroxyvitamin D



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    17-Alpha Hydroxy Progesterone (17-OHP)

 

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    17-Ketosteroids

 

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    24 hour Urine Protein

The 24-hour urine protein test checks the function of the kidneys and helps detect disease. Urine samples are collected in one or more containers over a period of 24 hours. The containers are kept in a cool environment and then sent to a lab for analysis. Specialists then check the urine for protein. The test is simple and noninvasive. When higher-than-normal amounts of protein are in the urine, it’s called proteinuria. This is often a sign of kidney damage and disease.   The test doesn’t show what kinds of protein are in the urine. To determine this, your doctor may also order tests such as a serum and urine protein electrophoresis. The test also doesn’t show the cause of the protein loss. Occasionally, proteinuria is not a sign of kidney damage. This is especially true for children. Protein levels may be higher during the day than the night. Other factors, such as extreme stress, may also influence the test results.

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    25-OH Vitamin D Total (Vit D)

Deficiency of Vitamin D is known to cause Muscle weakness, Pains, Rickets, Osteoporosis and Osteomalacia. however recent studies have established that its deficiency may also be associated with diseases of Brain ( Schizophrenia, Depression), immune system ( Type II diabetes, Multiple sclerosis, Rheumatoid arthritis, weakened response to fight tuberculosis), Lungs (Asthma), Circulatory system (High Blood pressure, Coronary artery disease, paralytic strokes and Cancer (possibly associated with a variety of cancers, including colon, prostate, and ovaries). Probable Cause : Less exposure to direct sunlight due to life style changes.

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    Absolute CD3, CD4, CD8 Count

 

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    Absolute Esonophil Count

Eosinophil count - absolute. An absolute eosinophil count is a blood test that measures the number of white blood cells called eosinophils. Eosinophils become active when you have certain allergic diseases, infections, and other medical conditions.

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    Absolute Lymphocyte Count

 

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    Absolute Monocyte Count (AMC)

A heightened percentage of monocytes in your blood can be caused by: chronic inflammatory disease, such as inflammatory bowel disease. a parasitic or viral infection. a bacterial infection in your heart. a collagen vascular disease, such as lupus, vasculitis, or rheumatoid arthritis. Monocytes are a type of white blood cell that fights off bacteria, viruses and fungi. Monocytes are the biggest type of white blood cell in the immune system. Originally formed in the bone marrow, they are released into our blood and tissues. When certain germs enter the body, they quickly rush to the site for attack. One low count of absolute monocytes is usually not medically significant; however, repeated low monocyte count may mean bone marrow damage or failure or hairy cell leukemia. The absolute monocyte count is atest performed as part of the differential count of the complete blood count.

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    Absolute Neutrophil Count

A neutrophil is a type of mature (developed) white blood cell. that is present in the blood. White blood cells help protect. the body against diseases and fight infections.Neutrophils are essential in protecting the body against. Neutrophils are a type of white blood cell that your body uses to fight infections.High neutrophil levels are often caused by an infection, but other medical conditions and certain drugs can cause them as well. Physical or mental stress, and even smoking, can also increase neutrophil levels.

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    Absolute Reticulocyte Count

A reticulocyte count (also known as a retic count, reticulocyte index, or correctedreticulocyte) is a measurement and percentage of how many reticulocytes are in the blood. This count indicates whether enough red blood cells are being produced in the bone marrow.  

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    Acetyl Choline Receptor Binding Antibodies

 

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    Acid Phosphatase - Prostatic (PAP)

The PAP test is a blood test that measures prostatic acid phosphatase (an enzyme found in men, primarily in the prostate gland and semen) to determine the health of the prostate gland. Prostate dysfunction results in the release of PAP into the blood. It may be found in increased amounts in men who have prostate cancer or other diseases. The highest levels ofacid phosphatase are found in metastasized prostate cancer.

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    Acid Phosphatase - Total



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    Activated Partial Thromboplastin (APTT)

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase (ADA) - Ascitic Fluid

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase (ADA) - Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase (ADA) - Pericardial Fluid

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase (ADA) - Pleural Fluid

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase (ADA) - Pus

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase (ADA) - Serum

 

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    Adenosine Deaminase Enzyme Activity

 

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    Adenovirus

 

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    ADH-Anti Diuretic Hormone (Vasopressin)

 

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    Adiponectin

 

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