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ACACIA ALLERGY TEST

The IgE antibody allergy test requires blood samples to determine if a person is allergic to Acacia trees. These trees produce huge amount of pollens and Acacia gum derived from the tree could cause f[...]
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Acetone / Ketone

<p>Ketones are produced in the body as by-products of fat metabolism. Ketosis is a condition in which ketones accumulate in the blood. Diabetes patients are at an increased risk of developing di[...]
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ACETONE/KETONE - URINE

The test helps to measure the level of ketone bodies in the urine. Ketones in the urine indicate that the body is using fats as a source of energy. It can lead to the complication mostly in the diabet[...]
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Acetyl Choline Receptor (AChR) Antibody

Skeletal muscle fibers have protein receptors (acetylcholine receptors) on their surface. When an autoimmune condition develops in the body, autoantibodies are produced against the AChR receptors. Suc[...]
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Acid Fast Bacilli (AFB) Culture

Acid fast bacilli cultures are used to grow, identify and isolate acid fast bacilli in the laboratory. AFB cultures are helpful in making a definitive diagnosis of AFB and testing their sensitivity to[...]
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ACID FAST STAIN /AFB

AFB is a rapid test, which is used to identify Mycobacterium tuberculosis that can be the main source of a bacterial infection, such as tuberculosis. With the help of this test, your specialist will b[...]
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ACID PHOSPHATASE - PROSTATIC FRACTION

This test used to identify distant or local metastasis from prostatic carcinoma. Among 60 to 75% of patients with bone metastasis are found to have it in increased numbers, among 20 percent of patient[...]
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ACID PHOSPHATASE TOTAL (ACP)

In the presence of progressive and metastasizing prostate carcinoma, the total acid phosphatase levels are found to be increasing. This increase is dependent on the stage of the disease. Increased lev[...]
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ACTIVATED PARTIAL THROMBOPLASTIN TIME (APTT)

APTT is responsible for measuring common and intrinsic pathway of coagulation cascade. A prolonged APT may be caused by anticoagulants like heparin or factor deficiencies or inhibitors such as lupus a[...]
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Activated Protein C Resistance (APC Resistance) Assay

Protein C is synthesized in the liver and is responsible for regulating blood clotting in the body. Thrombin bound to Thrombomodulin, cleaves protein C to form activated protein C, which is enzymatica[...]
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