Tests & Procedures

Tests and Procedures: T

  • T and B Lymphocyte and Natural Killer Cell Profile

    This test finds and counts three types of white blood cells in your blood. White blood cells help your body fight off infections and illness.

  • Tartrate-Resistant Acid Phosphatase

    This test looks for a substance that can appear in your blood if you have hairy cell leukemia.

  • Tau/A-beta-42

    This is a test that checks for proteins in the cerebrospinal fluid to help doctors diagnose Alzheimer disease.

  • Tay-Sachs Disease

    This test looks for specific genetic changes in a sample of your blood. These genetic mutations cause most cases of Tay-Sachs disease.

  • TB Culture

    This test screens for tuberculosis by looking for the bacteria in the sputum, urine or cerebrospinal fluid.

  • TB Screening (Skin)

    This blood tests helps determine whether you have been infected with tuberculosis (TB).

  • TB Screening (Whole Blood)

    This blood test is done to find out if you have been infected with tuberculosis (TB).

  • Tegretol (Blood)

    This test measures the amount of the drug carbamazepine in your blood. Carbamazepine is the generic name of a drug used to treat epilepsy, mania, bipolar disorder, and pain.

  • Tetanus Antibody

    This test looks for tetanus antibody in your blood. If you have been vaccinated for tetanus in the past, this test should show that you have enough antibodies against the disease.

  • Theophylline

    This test measures the level of the medication theophylline in your blood. Having too much of this drug in your body can be life-threatening.

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