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Vitamin B12 Level Test A Vitamin B12 Level Test Measures The Amount Of B12 In Your Blood. B12 Is An Important Vitamin For Many Basic Bodily Functions, Such As Brain Health, Blood Cell Production, And Proper Nerve Functioning. Low B12 Levels Can Lead To Serious Nerve Damage And Deteriorating Brain Functions. New Mothers Who Breastfeed Should Also Watch Their Vitamin B12 Levels. Deficiency Of This Vitamin In The Mother Puts Children At A Greater Risk For Neurological Damage And Developmental Problems edit Delete
Visual Field Test A Visual Field Test Is Often Given As Part Of An Eye Exam. Visual Field Testing Helps Your Doctor To Determine Where Your Peripheral Vision (i.e., Your Side Vision) Begins And Ends, In Addition To How Well You Can See Objects In Your Peripheral Vision. The Visual Field Can Be Tested In A Few Different Ways, Including The Confrontational Visual Field Exam, Tangent Screen Test, And Automated Perimetry Exam. Your Doctor May Perform One Or A Combination Of These Tests To Examine Your Visual Field. edit Delete
Visual Acuity Test A Visual Acuity Test Is An Exam That Determines How Well You Can See The Details Of A Word Or Symbol From A Specific Distance Away. There Are Several Different Types Of Visual Acuity Test, Most Of Which Are Very Simple To Carry Out. Depending On The Type Of Test And Where It Is Conducted, The Exam Can Be Carried Out By An Optometrist, An Ophthalmologist, An Optician, A Technician, Or A Nurse. edit Delete
Virtual Colonoscopy A Virtual Colonoscopy Is Used To Identify Signs Of Colorectal Cancer. It Also Is Used To Locate Polyps And Growths Of Tissue In The Colon And Rectum, Which May Be Precancerous. The Procedure, Also Called Computed Tomographic (CT) Colonography, Uses A CT Scan To Construct Images Of These Areas, Which Make Up Your Large Intestine. After The Scan, A Computer Combines The Images Of The Colon And Rectum To Produce Both Two- And Three-dimensional Interior Views. In Some Cases, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Is Used Instead Of CT Scanning. edit Delete
VDRL Test The Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) Test Is Designed To Assess Whether Or Not You Have Syphilis, A Sexually Transmitted Infection. Instead Of Testing For The Bacteria That Causes Syphilis, The VDRL Test Checks For Antibodies To This Bacteria. Your Immune System Produces A Specific Kind Of Antibody (a Type Of Protein) When It Defends Your Body From Syphilis. Testing For This Antibody Can Let Your Doctors Know Whether You Have Syphilis. edit Delete
Vaginitis Test (Wet Mount) A Vaginitis Test Called A Wet Mount Is Used To Help Diagnose Vaginal Infections That Do Not Affect The Urinary Tract. It Is Also Called A “wet Prep". A Vaginitis Test—also Known As A “wet Mount”—helps Your Doctor Diagnose Vaginal Infections That Could Be Causing Vaginitis. Vaginitis, Also Called Vulvovaginitis, Is Not One Specific Infection. The Term Is Used To Encompass A Variety Of Disorders That Cause Infection Or Inflammation Of The Vagina. The Causes Of Vaginitis Can Include Bacteria, Yeast Infections, Or Viruses. It Can Also Be Passed Between Sexual Partners. edit Delete
Urine Urea Nitrogen Test Most Commonly, Your Doctor Will Recommend A Urea Test To Determine Protein Levels In The Body. The Test Can Determine How Much Protein You Are Eating, And If It Is An Adequate Amount. In Addition, Your Urea Nitrogen Levels May Rise If You Are Going Through Heart Failure Or Dehydration. A Common Test For Urea Nitrogen Is The Blood Urea Nitrogen Test, Better Known As BUN. This Article Refers To The Urine Urea Nitrogen Test, Which Is Performed Using A Urine Sample. edit Delete
Urine Specific Gravity Test A Urine Specific Gravity Test Basically Compares The Density Of Urine To The Density Of Water. This Quick Test Can Help Determine How Efficiently Your Kidneys Are Diluting Your Urine. Specific Gravity Testing Can Be Used If Your Physician Suspects Any Of The Following Conditions Dehydration / Overhydration, Heart Failure, Shock, Diabetes Insipidus (a Condition In Which The Kidneys Cannot Hold Onto, Conserve, Water), Kidney Failure, Kidney Infection, Urinary Tract Infection And Hyponatremia / Hypernatremia (low/elevated Sodium Level). edit Delete
Urine Sodium Level Test A Urine Sodium Test Is Used To Test Whether You Are Properly Hydrated. It Can Also Evaluate Your Kidney Function. There Are Two Types Of Sodium Urine Test. A Random Test Looks At Sodium In A Single Urine Sample. A 24-hour Test Looks At Urine Sodium Over The Course Of A Whole Day. edit Delete
Urine PH Level Test A Urine PH Test Can Tell Your Doctor How Acidic Or Basic (alkaline) Your Urine Is Using A Simple, Painless Urine Test. Many Diseases, Your Diet, And The Medicines You Take Can Affect How Acidic Or Basic Your Urine Is. For Instance, Results That Are Either Too High Or Low Can Indicate The Likelihood That Your Body Will Form Kidney Stones. If Your Urine Is At An Extreme On Either The Low Or High End Of PH Levels, You Can Adjust Your Diet To Reduce The Likelihood Painful Kidney Stones Will Form. In Short, Your Urine PH Is An Indicator Of Your Overall Health And Gives Your Doctor Important Clues As To What Is Going On In Your Body. edit Delete