All Tests and Procedures Topics

Transabdominal Ultrasound Dec 03, 2015

Transabdominal ultrasound is an imaging test used to take images of internal organs when pregnant. Know what it tests and what you will experience during it. View Full Article...

Normal Serum Osmolality Dec 03, 2015

Serum osmolality refers to the concentration of chemicals in your blood. The test helps determine if you have normal serum osmolality and causes of abnormal results. View Full Article...

Rheumatoid Factor Range Dec 03, 2015

Rheumatoid factor range determines whether you have rheumatoid arthritis or not. Some other diseases can also be related with it. Know normal range of it here. View Full Article...

Lipid Profile Normal Values Dec 03, 2015

Knowing lipid profile normal values is important, so you can keep an eye on the cholesterol and fats, specifically triglycerides, in your blood for better control. View Full Article...

What Does a Pap Smear Test For? Dec 03, 2015

What does a Pap smear test for? How is it prepared and done? What does its result reveal? All the answers you desire to know about Pap smear tests are all here! View Full Article...

Dexamethasone Suppression Test Dec 03, 2015

Dexamethasone suppression test helps your doctor measure the levels of cortisol in your body. Get to know the normal and abnormal results here. View Full Article...

Difference Between CT Scan and MRI Dec 03, 2015

Do you know the difference between CT scan and MRI? Actually, the purpose, time length, image specifics, costs, radiations, limitation, etc. are all different. View Full Article...

Normal Reticulocyte Count Dec 03, 2015

Do you have a normal reticulocyte count which is a part of the red blood? Find normal range in adult and newborn, and what it means if having abnormal counts here. View Full Article...

Direct Antiglobulin Test Dec 03, 2015

Direct antiglobulin test is commonly used to find out whether the RBCs are coated with antibodies or not. Methodology and interpretations are explained in details. View Full Article...

Gram Staining Procedure Dec 03, 2015

Gram staining procedure is essential for initial identification of certain bacteria and helps with administrating antibiotics for patients with an infection. View Full Article...

 
 
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