• Aldolase

    Aldolase aids in the diagnosis of primary disease of skeletal muscle myocardial infarction and viral hepatitis.
  • Alkaline Phosphatase

    Alkaline phosphatase is predominantly produced in liver, kidney, and bones. It is an extremely important diagnostic tool for hepatitis, cirrhosis, cholecystitis and many other serious health conditions. Also Known As: ALP
  • Anti-CCP

    A synthetic circular peptide containing citrulline called CCP IgG (cyclic citrullinated peptide) has been found to be better at discriminating Rheumatoid Arthritis patients from patients with other diseases such as hepatitis C infection. Also Known As: Cyclic Citrullinated Peptide
  • Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)

    Antinuclear antibodies are associated with rheumatic diseases including Systemic Lupus Erythematous (SLE), mixed connective tissue disease, Sjogren's syndrome, scleroderma, polymyositis, CREST syndrome, and neurologic SLE. Also Known As: ANA-Hep2, FANA
  • Calcitonin, Blood

    This test measures levels of Calcitonin in the blood. Calcitonin is a hormone produced by the Thyroid Gland. Calcitonin production helps regulate the body's levels of calcium and phosphate. In most cases, having a deficiency or overload of calcitonin does not cause any negative health effects.
  • Calcium

    Calcium measurements are useful in the diagnosis of parathyroid disease, some bone disorders and chronic renal disease. A low level of calcium may result in tetany. Also Known As: Ca
  • Calcium, Urine (24-hour)

    This test measures Calcium levels in a 24-hour urine sample. Calcium is a mineral which contributes to healthy bones and teeth as well as other functions including the nervous system, heart, and muscles. Measuring the calcium levels being passed from the body in urine can help determine if a person has an excess or deficiency.
  • Carnitine, Blood

    Serum carnitine analysis is useful in the diagnosis and monitoring of patients with carnitine deficiency (either primary or secondary). Also Known As: Carnitor, Levocarnitine
  • Creatine Kinase, Total

    Blood creatinine level is measured as a test of kidney function to estimate the glomerular filtration rate (GFR), the rate of blood flow through the kidneys. Also Known As: CK, CPK, Creatine Phosphokinase
  • Fluoride Blood Test

    Used to measure environmental or occupational exposure to fluoride.
  • Fluoride, Urine Test

    Used to measure environmental or occupational exposure to fluoride. Also Known As: F, Sodium Fluoride
  • HLA B27

    This blood test determines whether there is HLA-B27 present on the white blood cells. Also Known As: Ankylosing Spondylitis
  • Insulin-like Growth Factor 1

    Testing for IGF-1 is a good indicator of pituitary disease and hypopituitarism and in assessing abnormal amounts of growth hormone in the blood. Also Known As: IGF-1
  • Lactic Acid Dehydrogenase

    Testing for lactate dehydrogenase levels in the blood is a non-specific test that can indicate a wide range of disorders or diseases since it is found in almost all the cells in the body. Also Known As: LD, LDH
  • Magnesium RBC

    This test is used to detect magnesium in the red blood cells which is a more sensitive test for magnesium and will detect magnesium deficiency sooner than a normal blood test will.
  • Myoglobin, Blood

    This test measures Myoglobin levels in the blood. Myoglobin is a protein which helps provide oxygen to the heart and skeletal muscles allowing them to function properly. If the heart or skeletal muscles are damaged, myoglobin is released into the bloodstream. Measuring myoglobin levels can help detect a muscle injury or heart attack. Levels typically peak within 8-12 hours of the injury and return to normal within 24 hours.