Specialty: Lab Tests

  • ALT

    This test measures the amount of a certain enzyme in your blood. High levels are a sign of liver damage.

  • Ammonia

    This test checks the amount of ammonia in your blood. Ammonia may build up in your body if you have kidney or liver failure.

  • Amphetamine Screen (Blood)

    This test measures the amount of a drug called amphetamine in your blood. The test is most commonly used to screen for drug abuse.

  • Amphetamine Screen (Urine)

    This test detects the presence of amphetamine in your urine. This drug can show up in your urine long after you've taken it.

  • Amylase (Blood)

    This test measures the level of the enzyme amylase in your blood. Amylase levels in your blood rise when your pancreas or your salivary glands are inflamed.

  • Amylase (Urine)

    This test is used to find out whether you have pancreatitis or another pancreas-related disorder.

  • Anaerobic Culture

    This test looks for certain bacteria in a wound or an infection in a fluid sample. These bacteria are called anaerobic because they don’t need oxygen to grow.

  • Angiotensin Converting Enzyme (Blood)

    This test measures the level of a certain enzyme in your blood. It can help diagnose a condition called sarcoidosis.

  • Anion Gap (Blood)

    This test looks at electrically charged particles in your blood to help your doctor diagnose acid-base imbalances.

  • Antidiuretic Hormone

    This test measures the amount of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) in your blood. ADH regulates your body's balance of water.

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