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Calcium Blood Test A Calcium Blood Test Can Be Part Of A Screen For A Variety Of Diseases And Conditions, Including Osteoporosis, Cancer, And Kidney Diseases. This Blood Test May Also Be Required To Monitor Ongoing Treatments Of Other Conditions, Or To Check That Any Medications You Are Taking Don’t Have Any Unintended Side Effects. edit Delete
Catecholamine Urine (CATU) Test A Doctor Usually Orders A CATU To Look For Signs Of A Pheochromocytoma. This Is A Type Of Tumor That Usually Grows On Your Adrenal Glands. It Makes Catecholamines. Catecholamine Urine Testing (CATU) Is Usually Only Used If You Have Symptoms Of Certain Diseases That Increase Production. Because Levels Are So Variable, Testing Is Not Generally Recommended For People Without Symptoms. The Chance Of A False Positive Test Is Too High. edit Delete
Catecholamine Blood Test Catecholamines Is A General Term For Several Hormones That Naturally Occur In Your Body, Mainly Dopamine, Norepinephrine, And Epinephrine. Your Body Produces More Catecholamines During Times Of Stress. They Make Your Heart Beat Faster, Your Blood Pressure Rise, And In General Prepare Your Body To Respond To Stress. edit Delete
C_Reactive Protein Test A CRP Test Is A Blood Test Designed To Measure The Amount Of CRP In The Blood.. Because It Requires Only A Blood Draw, A CRP Test Can Be Administered Along With A Cholesterol Screening Or Other Routine Blood Work. C-reactive Protein (CRP) Is A Substance Produced By The Liver In Response To Inflammation. C-reactive Protein Is Also Called High-sensitivity C-reactive Protein, Which May Be Shortened To HS-CRP, US-CRP, Or Simply CRP. edit Delete
C1 Esterase Inhibitor (C1-INH) Test The C1-INH Test Can Determine If You Don’t Have Enough C1-INH. Deficiencies May Indicate A Health Problem. Your Doctor May Order The C1-INH Test If You Have Unexplained Inflammation Or Swelling (edema). It May Also Be Ordered For Symptoms Of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE), Such As Fatigue, Fever, Joint Swelling, Pain, Or Stiffness, A Rash Over The Bridge Of The Nose That Looks Like A Butterfly, Skin Lesions, Raynaud’s Phenomenon (toes Or Fingers Become Blue When You Are Stressed Or Cold), Chest Pain, Dry Eyes, Headaches, Changes In Mental Status, Including Memory Loss And Shortness Of Breath. edit Delete
Breast Cancer Test Breast Cancer Testing Plays A Key Role In Addressing The Many Aspects Of The Disease. There Are Tests To Determine Genetic Risks, To Detect Cancer At An Early Stage, And To Determine Characteristics And Possible Spread Of The Disease. These Tests Guide Treatment Plans And Monitor Their Effectiveness. They Also Check For Recurrences Among Long-term Cancer Survivors. It’s Important To Understand The Various Screening And Diagnostic Tests Used In Cancer Detection And Treatment. Talk To Your Doctor If You Have Any Concerns. edit Delete
Bone Mineral Density Test A Bone Mineral Density Test Uses X-rays To Measure The Amount Of Minerals—namely Calcium—in Your Bones. This Test Is Important For People Who Are At Risk For Osteoporosis, Especially Women And The Elderly. The Test Is Also Referred To As A Dual Energy X-ray Absorptiometry (DXA). It Is An Important Test For Osteoporosis, Which Is The Most Common Type Of Bone Disease. Osteoporosis Causes Your Bone Tissue To Become Thin And Frail Over Time. edit Delete
Blood Sugar Test A Blood Sugar Test Is A Simple Procedure That Measures The Amount Of Sugar, Or Glucose, In The Blood. It Is Performed By Obtaining A Small Sample Of Blood And Analyzing It. Blood Can Be Obtained From A Vein Puncture Or Through A Finger Stick. edit Delete
Blood Sodium Level Test A Sodium Blood Test Is A Routine Test To Help Your Doctor Learn More About Your Health. It Is Also Called A Serum Sodium Test. Having The Right Amount Of Sodium Is Important For Your Health. Too Much Sodium Can Raise Your Blood Pressure. A Lack Of Sodium Can Cause Symptoms Such As Nausea, Vomiting, Exhaustion And Dizziness. edit Delete
Blood Osmolality (Serum Osmolality) Test Your Doctor May Order A Blood Osmolality Test To Check Your Body’s Salt/water Balance. This Can Give More Insight Into Possible Medical Conditions. For Example, Your Doctor Might Order This Test If He Or She Thinks That You Might Have Dehydration, Loss Of Water, Low Sodium (hyponatremia), Diabetes Insipidus, Poisoning From Certain Substances, Such As Ethanol, Ethylene Glycol, And Methanol edit Delete