Tests & Procedures

Tests and Procedures: T

  • Tilt Table Testing

    A tilt table test is a test done to evaluate symptoms of syncope (fainting) by creating changes in posture and see how your heart and blood pressure respond.

  • TORCH Panel

    The TORCH panel test is used to help diagnose infections that could harm the fetus during pregnancy.

  • Total and Free Carnitine

    This test measures the amount of a substance called carnitine in your blood. Carnitine makes it possible for your body to digest fatty acids.

  • Total and Free Insulin (Blood)

    This test measures two types of insulin in your body: total and free. The test can help diagnose low blood sugar, or hypoglycemia.

  • Total Bilirubin (Blood)

    This test is used to find out how well your liver is working. A small amount of bilirubin in your blood is normal. Too much may be a sign of liver disease.

  • Total Copper (Blood)

    This test measures the amount of copper in your blood. Too little or too much copper can cause health problems.

  • Total Hip Replacement: Anterior Approach

    A total hip replacement is a type of surgery. It replaces your hip joint with an artificial one. It is also called hip arthroplasty. Healthcare providers can do these procedures from behind the hip, to the side of the hip, or from in front of the hip. Total hip replacement with anterior approach refers to surgeries done from in front of the hip. These surgeries may also be called mini, modified, minimally invasive, or muscle-sparing surgeries.

  • Total Protein and A/G Ratio

    This test measures the amount of protein in your blood. It can help your healthcare provider find out if you have liver disease or nephrotic syndrome.

  • Total Testosterone

    This test measures the level of testosterone in your blood. Both men and women produce this hormone.

  • Toxoplasma Gondii (Amniotic Fluid)

    This test looks for a parasite that can infect an unborn child. A pregnant woman can pick up this parasite by eating undercooked meat, drinking contaminated water, or handling cat feces.

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