This test uses a machine to check for abnormal levels of various substances in the urine (e.g., glucose (sugar), blood, and protein).
This test checks to see if there is any hidden blood in the stool. It is one method of screening for colorectal cancer.
This test measures the amount of uric acid in your blood.
This test measures the portion of your blood that is made of up red blood cells.
This test includes an examination of a urine sample by sight, dipstick (paper strip) and microscope.
This test checks to see if you are infected with the virus that causes mononucleosis, or "mono."
This involves taking a small amount of blood from the tip of a finger, ear lobe or heel.
This is a procedure that involves taking blood from a vein for various types of testing.
This test measures the level of creatinine in your blood.
This test measures the level of C-reactive protein (CRP) in your blood. CRP is an indicator of inflammation in the body.
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