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Gen Diagnosis Lab

Increased Acid Phosphatase (PAP) Prostatic carcinoma Metastatic disease
Reversed Albumin/Globulin (A/G) Ratio Multiple Myeloma
Increased Albumin Dehydration
Decreased Albumin Nephrosis
Increased Alkaline Phosphatase Osteoblastic lesions Hepatic disease HPT
Increased Amylase Acute Pancreatitis
ANA (FANA) indicates? Collagen disease (SLE, Scleroderma)
Increased Antistreptolysin- O (ASO) Titre Rheumatic Fever Acute Glomerulonephritis
Increased Direct Bilirubin Hepatitis Duct Obstruction
Increased Indirect Bilirubin Hemolytic Disease
Increased BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) Renal disease Dehydration Hypotension UTI
Decreased BUN (Blood Urea Nitrogen) Hepatic disease Pregnancy
Increased Calcium (Ca) Muscle Weakness Hyperparathyroidism Too much Vit D Metastatic disease
Decreased Calcium Muscle Tetany Hypoparathyroidism Not enough Vit D Renal Failure
Increased Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA) Biliary tract obstruction Hepatitis
CPK (Creatine Phosphokinase) CPK BB Brain tissue
CPK MB Myocardial tissue
CPK MM Skeletal muscle
Increased CPK Muscle Necrosis
Increased Creatinine Kidney disease Hypovolemic shock
Decreased Creatinine Muscular Dystrophies
Increased C-reactive protein (CRP) Tissue necrosis infections RA
ELISA is a screening test for? AIDS
Increased ESR Infection RA TB temporal arteritis MM
Decreased ESR Sickle Cell Anemia Polycythemia
Fluorescent Treponema Antibody (FTA) is present with? Syphilis
Increased Blood glucose DM Cushing's Renal/liver disease
Decreased blood glucose insulin overdose Addison's starvation
Decreased CSF glucose Meningitis acute pyogenic infections
GGT Liver cell dysfunction and alcohol induced liver disease
Glycosylated Hb tests ability to utilize glucose over 2-3 month period
Increased Heterophile (Paul Bunnel) Mono viral meningitis
Increased HCG Hydatidiform mole Choriocarcinoma Seminoma Multiple pregnancy testicular teratoma
Decreased HCG Ectopic pregnancy Threatened abortion
Human Leukocyte Antigen Locus (HLA) B27 Ankylosing Spondylitis Reiter's
Increased HDL cholesterol low risk of coronary heart disease
Decreased HDL cholesterol High risk of coronary heart disease
Increased I-131 uptake Hyperthyroidism Endemic goiter
Decreased I-131 uptake Hypothyroidism Thyroid cancer
Immunoelectophoresis M-spike indicates Multiple Myeloma
Increased Iron Hemolytic disease acute liver problems
Decreased Iron Iron def anemia chronic blood loss
Ketones Diabetic acidosis starvation
Increased Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) Myocardial infarction CHF muscular dystrophy
Decreased Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH) Cancer therapy
Increased Lipase Acute pancreatitis
Increased Lipids (Cholesterol) Early starvation Diabetes mellitus
Decreased Lipids (Cholesterol) Late starvation liver disease
Increased Lipids (Triglycerides) Hyperlipidemia DM Atherosclerosis
Decreased Lipids (Triglycerides) Cirrhosis Malabsorption
LE Cell indicates Active Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
Increased Phosphorus Acromegaly Kidney disease too much vit D
Decreased Phosphorus Rickets not enough vit D Hyperparathyroidism
Increased Potassium Addison's Renal Failure
Decreased Potassium Chronic renal disease insulin diuretics
Increased Protein MM Diabetic acidosis
Decreased protein Liver disease kidney syndromes
Increased CSF protein Viral meningitis
Increased Prothrombin Time Vit K def Hepatocellular disease
Positive RA Latex indicates RA SLE TB Cancer Sjogren's Still's disease
Increased SGOT AST MI liver conditions muscular dystrophy
Increased SGPT ALT Hepatitis MI
Increased T3 and T4 Hyperthyroidism pregnancy
Decreased T3 and T4 Cirrhosis Hypothyroidism
Treponema Pallidum Immobilizing Agent (TPI) indicates Syphilis
Increased Uric Acid Gout Renal Failure
Venereal Disease Research Lab (VDRL) serologic screening for syphilis
Western Blot is a specific test for? AIDS
Angiography tests for Tumor
Arterial Blood Gas indicates Advanced COPD
Aspiration indicates Gout Bacterial Arthritis
Balloon Angioplasty Obstructive Atherosclerosis
Biopsy is to find Tumor (Hodgkin's)
Bone Scan tests for Intrinsic bone changes Hidden Fractures
Bronchoscopy tests for Bronchogenic Carcinoma
CT Scan tests for Trauma Infection Vascular Neoplastic Arthritic/Metabolic disorders
Doppler tests for Arterial Alterations
EEG (Electroencephalograph) tests for Epilepsy Sleep disturbances Encephalophthies
EMG (Electromyography) tests for Muscle Atrophy
Laparoscopy tests for Abdominal Tumor
Mantoux Test and TINE test are used for TB
MRI is used for Spinal Tumor
Myelography is for Lateral Recess Canal Protrusion
NCV (Nerve Conduction Velocity) tests Peripheral Nerves
PET (Positron Emission Tomography) tests for Bone and soft tissue tumor heart brain
SPECT (Single Photon Emission computed tomography) tests for Musculoskeletal system heart brain abdomen
Spirometer is used to test for COPD
Sputum Culture tests for Strep TB
Stress Test is for Atherosclerosis Angina
Tonometer is used to test for Glaucoma
Ultrasound is used to test for Aneurysm Organs Pregnancy
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