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Clinical Laboratory testing is an invaluable tool used by your physician to diagnose and manage disease. A remarkable amount of information can be obtained by analyzing even a small amount of blood, other body fluids, or tissue. There are thousands of different laboratory tests available today utilizing hundreds of methodologies and instrumentation to obtain extremely accurate and high quality results.

With the advent of the internet, many medical-related sites are now available where patients and the general public can obtain current information on virtually any disease or disorder. In addition, many sites dealing with Laboratory Medicine are available where a patient can obtain information on specific laboratory tests – what they mean and how they may used by your physician in treatment.

Mayo Clinic/Mayo Medical Laboratories

“A public resource on clinical lab testing from the laboratory professionals who do the testing”

“The Physician’s Guide to Laboratory Test Selection and Interpretation”

“…a publicly funded medical genetics information resource…”

Recent News

  • Procalcitonin (PCT)December 13, 2016 - 6:24 am

    PCT is the prohormone of the hormone calcitonin, but PCT and calcitonin are distinct proteins. Calcitonin is exclusively produced by C-cells of the thyroid gland in response to hormonal stimuli, whereas PCT can be produced by several cell types and many organs in response to pro-inflammatory stimuli, in particular by bacterial products.

  • Labtech Diagnostics introduces QuantoseNovember 18, 2016 - 6:49 pm

    Labtech Diagnostics introduces Quantose™ IR & IGT tests. Quantose IR measures Insulin Resistance in a patient and is the first and only test for determining Insulin Resistance that was developed

  • MultiPlex PCRNovember 4, 2016 - 7:22 am

    Many infections are present with similar signs and symptoms. However, today’s targeted infectious disease diagnostics are limited to testing only the most common pathogens associated with a clinical syndrome.

  • Biotin Interference with ImmunoassaysSeptember 20, 2016 - 7:18 am

    Biotin is a coenzyme and a B vitamin that occurs naturally in many foods. Wheat germ, whole-grain cereals, whole wheat bread, eggs, dairy products, peanuts, soya nuts, Swiss chard, salmon, and chicken are all sources of biotin.

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