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    ** CPK-MB

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    **Lp-PLA2 (LIPOPROTEIN ASSOCIATED PHOSPHOLIPASE A2), ACTIVITY

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    17 – HYDROXY- CORTICOSTEROIDS & 17 – KETOSTEROIDS, 24-HOUR URINE

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    This test is indicated for evaluation of adrenocortical function and to diagnose glucocorticoid related disorders. They are useful in evaluating gonadal and adrenal disorders.

    • Pre-test Information:

      No special preparation required

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample Daily by 4 pm; Report 3 days

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    17 – HYDROXYPREGNENOLONE

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    17-Hydroxypregnenolone is useful in the diagnosis of 3-Beta-Hydroxylase enzyme deficiency, a rare cause of Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, and 17-Hydroxylase (p450c17) enzyme deficiency

    • Pre-test Information:

      No special preparation required

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample by 7th of the month; Report after 2–3 weeks

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    17 – HYDROXYPROGESTERONE (17-OHP)

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    17 OHP along with Cortisol and Androstenedione constitutes the best screening test for Congenital adrenal hyperplasia caused by either 11 or 21 hydroxylase deficiency. It is also useful to evaluate females with hirsutism and infertility.

    • Test Type:

      Blood

    • Pre-test Information:

      An early morning specimen is preferred.

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample Tue / Thurs/ Sat by 9 am; Report Same day

    1,500.00 1,300.00
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    17 – HYDROXYPROGESTERONE, NEWBORN SCREEN; CAH SCREEN

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    17 – OHP is elevated in patients with Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.

    • Pre-test Information:

      Give brief clinical history

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample by Tue / Thu / Sat 5 pm; Report 2 days

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    17 – KETOSTEROIDS, 24–HOUR URINE

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    17-ketosteroids (17-KS) are derived from adrenal cortex and testes and are excreted in the urine. These are metabolites of adrenal and gonadal androgenic steroids. In men, 60-70% & in women nearly 100% of these are produced in the adrenal cortex. They are useful in evaluating gonadal and adrenal disorders.

    • Pre-test Information:

      No special preparation required

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample Daily by 4 pm; Report 3 days

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    17-HYDROXYPROGESTERONE (17–OHP) STIMULATION BY ACTH

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    Timed response testing of 17-OHP provides a sensitive measure for Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia.

    • Pre-test Information:

      Overnight fasting is mandatory. Synthetic ACTH (Synacthen) is not supplied by LPL.

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample Tue / Sat by 9 am; Report Same day

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    5α- DIHYDROTESTOSTERONE; 5α- DHT

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    This assay is useful for monitoring patients receiving 5 alpha reductase inhibitor therapy or chemotherapy. It also helps to evaluate patients with possible 5 Alpha reducatse deficiency. Low levels are seen in patients on 5 Alpha reductase inhibitor therapy and in cases of genetic 5 Alpha reductase deficiency.

    • Test Type:

      Blood

    • Pre-test Information:

      No special preparation required

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample by Thu 9 am; Report Same day

    3,000.00 2,700.00
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    ABG

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    1,300.00 1,200.00
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    ABSOLUTE NEUTROPHIL COUNT

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    The absolute neutrophil count is increased in infections, a variety of inflammatory disorders, cytokine therapy and some myeloid neoplasms. Neutropenia can be seen with various medications, including chemotherapy, toxins, bone marrow replacement (eg., metastatic tumor, granulomas), myelodysplastic syndromes, autoimmune disorders, and congenital disorders. Generally, the degree of neutropenia defines the patient’s risk of infection.

    • Test Type:  Blood
    •  Pre-test Information:  No special preparation required
    • Report Delivery:  Daily
    200.00 160.00
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    ACTH

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    This assay is used to determine the cause of Hypocortisolism & Hypercortisolism states. In a patient with hypocortisolism, an elevated ACTH indicates Primary adrenal insufficiency whereas normal levels are consistent with secondary adranal insufficiency from pituitary or hypothalamic causes. In a patient of hypercortisolism (Cushing’s syndrome), a suppressed value is consistent with Cortisol producing Adrenal adenoma/carcinoma, Primary adrenal micronodular hyperplasia & Exogenous corticosteroid use.

    • Pre-test Information:

      Draw blood between 8–10 a.m.

    • Report Delivery:

      Sample Daily by 4 pm; Report Same day