Screens for the three most common viruses that are known to cause acute hepatitis: A, B, and C.
ASO is the most common antibody produced after an infection by Group A streptococcus bacteria.
The presence of these antibodies in the bloodstream may indicate different types of autoimmune disease.
Can aid in diagnosing Rheumatoid Arthritis, Sjogren’s Syndrome, and other autoimmune disorders.
High levels of C-Reactive Protein suggest an inflammatory process somewhere within the body.
IgM antibodies to the Hepatitis A virus suggest a current or recent Hepatitis A viral infection.
Looks for IgM antibodies to the core portion of the Hepatitis B virus circulating in the bloodstream.
Measures the total amount of antibodies that suggest infection or prior vaccination with the Hepatitis A virus.
If you’ve been vaccinated against the Hepatitis B virus, this test will tell you if you’re still immune.
This test checks for immunity to the virus that causes measles.
This test checks for immunity to the viruses that cause mumps, measles, and rubella.
This test checks for immunity to the virus that causes mumps.
This test checks for immunity to the virus that causes rubella.
Checks for immunity to the varicella virus that causes chickenpox and shingles.
High levels may be found in rheumatoid arthritis as well as other autoimmune diseases.
High sed rates can be associated with inflammatory or autoimmune conditions, and cancer.