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Diagnostics and Lab Tests

About the set of available reference indicators analyzes and inspections that are carried out in laboratories, and the importance of these indicators 

​Physical Examination and Medical History for a Quick Heart Rate
Physical examination and a medical history are typically used to assess ailment or an illness. A physical examination and a medical history…
Laboratory Tests For Lupus Part II
Erythrocyte Sedimentation RateESR measures the rate of red blood cells going toward the underside. When inflammation exists, blood proteins…
​Laboratory Tests for Lupus Part I
Lupus is a hard disorder to diagnose because its symptoms can be obscure. And unlike a few other disorders, it cannot be clinically determined…
​Understanding Laboratory Test Results
Laboratory evaluations play important part in the healthcare. But while it is a key function, in many instances laboratory evaluations do not…
​Testosterone: Know the Standard
Testosterone is a steroid hormone androgen. In other words, it is the presence of this hormone in sufficient quantity is responsible for the…
Hemoglobin:Norms and Characteristics
Hemoglobin- is a complex iron-containing protein, whose role is to carry oxygen to all tissues of the body. Hemoglobin can also be called a…
​Hormones Analysis and Normal Characteristics
Hormones are biologically active substances that are produced in the body endocrine glands - the thyroid gland, adrenal glands, sex organs,…
​Diagnosing Methods in Gynecology
Laboratory diagnosis gives gynecologist accurate knowledge about the state of health of the patient, the presence of genital infections and…
​Urinalysis: Decoding the Results
Urinalysis along with the blood test is the most primary research, which must pass everyone who goes to a doctor complaining of health…
​Complete Blood Test: Decoding of Results
Complete blood test still known as clinical. This is the simplest of studies aimed at that give all patients complained to the doctor. Despite…
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