De Quervain Tenosynovitis 

De Quervain tenosynovitis is a narrowing of the channel in which the tendons of the thumb pass. Accompanied by inflammation of the tendon sheaths. It occurs due to the constant increased load on the brush, often in connection with the performance of professional duties. Usually develops gradually. The course is chronic. The disease is characterized by…

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Thymol Turbidity Test

Thymol turbidity test – sedimentary test, thanks to which qualitative and semi-quantitative changes in plasma proteins are evaluated. Thymol turbidity test is prescribed in combination with transaminases, alkaline phosphotase, and a sulemic test. The Maclagan test allows, first of all, to evaluate the protein-forming function of the liver. It is used for the diagnosis of liver…

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Proteinogram (study of protein fractions) – biochemical analysis aimed at determining the percentage of albumins and globulins in plasma. Proteinogram can be carried out in combination with total blood protein, prothrombin time, transaminases. The proteinogram is used in the diagnosis and dynamic monitoring of the course of treatment of systemic connective tissue diseases, acute and chronic inflammatory…

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Total Protein Test

Total protein in the blood is the main biochemical indicator reflecting amino acid metabolism in the human body. Total protein test is usually carried out in combination with other biochemical parameters. Total protein test is informative in the diagnosis and monitoring of the course of kidney and liver diseases, metabolic disorders, oncopathology, infections, monitoring the effectiveness of therapy.…

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Uric Acid Test

Uric acid in the blood is an indicator of the body’s protein metabolism, reflecting the level of metabolism of purine bases that are part of purine nucleotides. Uric acid test has an independent value, but is more often carried out in conjunction with the determination of urea, creatinine, uric acid (urates) in the urine. Determination of uric…

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Creatinine Blood Test

Creatinine blood test – biochemical analysis aimed at measuring one of the main products of nitrogen metabolism – 1-methylglycocyamidine, which reflects the state of protein metabolism in the body. The study of creatinine concentration in the blood is performed in conjunction with other biochemical parameters and in the Rehberg sample. Creatinine blood test is carried out to…

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Albumin Blood Test

Albumin blood test – biochemical analysis aimed at quantifying the largest protein fraction of blood serum. There are five protein fractions in total: one albumin fraction and four globulins (alpha1-, alpha2-, beta- and gamma-globulins). Albumin in the blood makes up 60% of the total plasma protein, is synthesized in the liver, is the main oncotic component…

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Stool Test

Stool test (coprogram) is an advanced laboratory analysis of feces, which allows you to judge the functional activity of the gastrointestinal tract, the efficiency of digestion, the speed and quality of digestion of food. The main parameters of stool test are color, quantity, smell, consistency, stool reaction, the presence of impurities and pathological inclusions (mucus, blood,…

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Analysis (laboratory diagnostics) is an integral component of a comprehensive examination of the patient, complementing and clarifying clinical data and the results of instrumental studies. Competent interpretation of the tests helps the clinician not only to make the correct diagnosis, but also to determine the tactics of patient management, monitor and monitor the dynamics of the treatment. In modern laboratory diagnostics, there are about 3000 types of studies of various biological media and body secretions (blood, urine, feces, saliva, liquor, sputum, effusion fluids, epithelial scrapings, gastric juice and duodenal contents, etc.), tissue samples. Changes in certain laboratory parameters may indicate an inflammatory reaction, metabolic disorders, an infectious process, an oncological threat and other pathological processes in the body.