General clinical studies of various biological environments of the body (urine, blood, feces, separated urogenital tract, scrapings from the skin and mucous membranes, other secrets) are the primary link of laboratory diagnostics. They give an idea of the general characteristics: physico-chemical properties and microscopic picture of the studied biomaterial. Clinical analyses allow us to indirectly judge the functioning of the hematopoietic, genitourinary, digestive, respiratory, etc. systems, the presence or absence of pathological processes in the body, however, do not provide sufficient grounds for making a final diagnosis. In the future, the data require clarification with the help of other laboratory and instrumental methods.

stool test

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,…



Urinalysis is a comprehensive study, during which the general properties of urine, its physico-chemical characteristics are determined, and sediment microscopy is performed. Urinalysis refers to routine methods, is carried out during preventive examinations, as well as as part of a comprehensive diagnosis of diseases of various profiles, in particular, pathologies of the urinary system. The…

blood test

Blood Test

Blood test is a comprehensive clinical study, during which the qualitative and quantitative composition of blood is determined: erythrocytes (their number, average volume and volume distribution, sedimentation rate), leukocytes (quantity, leukocyte formula), platelets, hemoglobin level are studied. The study has an independent diagnostic value, based on the results, the issue of conducting more in-depth specific…