Specialty: Lab Tests

  • Activated Partial Thromboplastin Clotting Time

    This test clocks the amount of time it takes for your blood to form a clot. You may need this test if your healthcare provider suspects that you have a bleeding disorder.

  • Adult Lead (Blood)

    This test measures the levels of lead in your blood. You may be exposed to lead on your job or through lead-based paint used in your home.

  • Albumin (Blood)

    This test measures the amount of the protein albumin in your blood. The test can help diagnose liver and kidney problems.

  • Albumin (Urine)

    This test looks for a protein called albumin in your urine. The test is used to check for kidney damage or disease.

  • Aldosterone and Renin

    This blood test measures levels of aldosterone and renin.

  • Alkaline Phosphatase

    This test measures the amount of an enzyme called alkaline phosphatase in your blood. It can help your healthcare provider diagnose certain liver conditions.

  • Alpha-1 Antitrypsin

    This test checks to see if a liver disorder or lung disease is caused by a genetic disorder call alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency.

  • Alpha-Fetoprotein (Amniotic Fluid)

    This test checks a sample of amniotic fluid to confirm a suspected birth defect called an open neural tube defect in your fetus. Spina bifida is an example of a neural tube defect.

  • Alpha-Fetoprotein (Blood)

    If you are pregnant, this test looks for a fetal substance called alpha-fetoprotein in your blood. Higher levels of AFP may mean your fetus has a birth defect.

  • Alpha-Fetoprotein Tumor Marker (Blood)

    This test looks for a protein in your blood that may mean that you have liver cancer or one of several other cancers.

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