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Blood Tests are often performed by your doctor to screen and help diagnose certain diseases and conditions. They can also be used as an indicator of overall health and nutrition during your yearly physical. If an abnormal result is found, follow up testing or treatment may be indicated.
Blood Tests can be used to track the progression of disease or how the body is responding to treatment.
Some types of Blood Tests may be called Serum Tests.
There are many different Blood Tests can be ordered by your doctor depending on your age, general health, medications, medical complaints and medical history (personal medical history or family medical history).
*There are many Blood Tests available, this is not an exhaustive list
ANA (Antinuclear Antibody)Titer
ANA (Antinuclear Antibody) Pattern
BUN - Blood Urea Nitrogen
Complete Blood Count
DIFF - Differential
HCT - Hematocrit
HDL - High Density Lipoprotein
LDL - Low Density Lipoprotein
MCH - Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin
MCHC - Mean Corpuscular Hemoglobin Concentration
MCV - Mean Corpuscular Volume
MPV - Mean Platelet Volume
PLT - Platelets (Thrombocytes)
RBC - Red Blood Cells
RDW - Red Blood Cell Distribution Width
RF - Rheumatoid Factor
TG - Triglycerides
WBC - White Blood Cells
Laboratory Tests. Cleveland Clinic. [Updated, September 2013; Accessed, September 2013] http://www.clevelandclinic.org
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