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Optimize drug therapy and monitor patient adherence.

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Useful for general testing in contexts of compliance and/or abuse. Preferred test to follow-up presumptive results. 

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Use to monitor treatment, response, and compliance with dietary restriction for patients with an established diagnosis of galactosemia. To diagnose or rule out galactosemia, refer to Galactosemia (GALT) Enzyme Activity and 9 Mutations (0051175).

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Galactosemia (GALT) enzyme test. Initial test to diagnose or rule out galactosemia.

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Diagnostic testing for galactosemia.

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Initial test to diagnose or rule out classic galactosemia. Recommended carrier testing for galactosemia.

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Molecular (DNA) test to identify the causative mutations for galactosemia when GALT enzyme activity is consistent with galactosemia and the 9 mutation panel does not identify two causative mutations. To diagnose or rule out galactosemia, refer to Galactosemia (GALT) Enzyme Activity and 9 Mutations (0051175).

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Molecular (DNA) test to identify the causative mutations when GALT enzyme activity is known. To diagnose or rule out galactosemia, refer to Galactosemia (GALT) Enzyme Activity and 9 Mutations (0051175).

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Use for prognostication in heart failure. Test complements prognostic value of NT-proBNP.

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May be useful as an indirect marker of alcohol abuse, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, drug intoxication, or other liver diseases.

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Non-panel testing for autoimmune neuropathies. Test by itself is not diagnostic and should be used in conjunction with other clinical parameters to confirm disease.

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May be useful in the support of primarily motor neuron disease and motor neuropathies.

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Use in diagnosis of Zollinger-Ellison Syndrome (ZES).

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Recommended for the evaluation of pernicious anemia or immune-mediated deficiency of vitamin B12 with or without megaloblastic anemia. Negative results do not rule out pernicious anemia.

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Aids in diagnosis of carcinoid and gastrinoma  tumors.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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Use as a sensitive alternative to traditional stool culture to detect the most common gastrointestinal bacterial pathogens: Salmonella, Shigella/Enteroinvasive E. coli, Campylobacter jejuni/coli, and shiga-toxigenic E. coli. This test can also detect Campylobacter upsaliensis, which cannot be readily cultured.

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Confirm a diagnosis of hereditary gastrointestinal (GI) cancer in individuals with a personal or family history of GI cancer and/or polyposis.

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Confirm a diagnosis of hereditary gastrointestinal (GI) cancer in individuals with a personal or family history of GI cancer and/or polyposis.

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Do not order for patients with diarrhea developed during prolonged hospitalization. Most comprehensive and sensitive alternative to traditional, insensitive ova and parasite examinations of stool specimens for the evaluation of GI infections. Detects
• Cryptosporidium hominis and parvum
• Cyclospora cayetanensis
• Dientamoeba fragilis
• Entamoeba histolytica
• Giardia lamblia
, intestinalis, duodenalis
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Microsporidia

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Do not order for patients with diarrhea developed during prolonged hospitalization. Use as a sensitive alternative to traditional, insensitive ova and parasite examinations of stool specimens for the evaluation of GI infections. Detects
• Cryptosporidium hominis and parvum
• Cyclospora cayetanensis
• Dientamoeba fragilis
• Entamoeba histolytica
• Giardia lamblia/intestinalis/duodenalis

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Detects activating mutations in KIT and PDGFRA. Predicts response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor (TKI) therapy.

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Aids in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal (GI) infections caused by viral pathogens, including adenovirus (serotypes 40 and 41), astrovirus, norovirus (genogroups 1 and 2), rotavirus, and sapovirus. Use as a sensitive alternative to traditional antigen testing.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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Diagnostic testing for Gaucher disease. Carrier screening for Gaucher disease. 

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Indications for use
• Intrauterine fetal demise or stillbirth when further cytogenetic analysis is desired
• Pregnancy loss or termination in the presence of fetal anomalies
• Further characterization of fetal chromosomal abnormalities seen by conventional cytogenetic methods
• Multiple fetal losses of unknown etiology
• POC samples that fail to grow in culture

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Test for persistent diarrhea (>14 days) or known risk factors if Giardia duodenalis (synonyms Giardia lamblia, Giardia intestinalis) is the suspected infectious agent.

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Diagnostic testing for primary congenital glaucoma.  Carrier screening for primary congenital glaucoma.

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This is a second-tier test and REQUIRES APPROVAL from ARUP's Genetic Counselor (800-242-2787 x2141) before ordering. Preferred initial test is the sequencing and deletion/duplication test.

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Appropriate first-tier test to confirm a clinical diagnosis of Pallister-Hall syndrome or Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome.

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Most comprehensive test to confirm a clinical diagnosis of Pallister-Hall syndrome or Greig cephalopolysyndactyly syndrome.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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May be useful in detecting glomerular basement membrane (GBM) antibodies. Combined use of IFA and multiplex bead assay (2008403) may improve diagnostic sensitivity for disease. If positive, may be useful for monitoring treatment response.

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May be useful in detecting glomerular basement membrane (GBM) antibodies. Combined use of IFA and multiplex bead assay methods (2008403) may improve diagnostic sensitivity for disease. If positive, may be useful for monitoring treatment response.

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Preferred panel for detecting glomerular basement membrane (GBM) antibodies in suspected or established anti-GBM disease. If positive, may be useful for monitoring treatment response.

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Aids in diagnosis and monitoring of glucagonoma.

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Use to diagnose gestational diabetes mellitus, diabetes mellitus, or impaired glucose tolerance.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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Refer to aruplab.com/bodyfluids for clinical indications and interpretive information.

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Use to diagnose and manage diabetes mellitus and other carbohydrate metabolism disorders.

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Preferred initial screening test for G6PD deficiency. For genetic testing, refer to Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (G6PD) 2 Mutations (0051684) for individuals of African descent or Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency (G6PD) Sequencing (2007163) for individuals with other high-risk ethnic backgrounds.

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Preferred genetic test for individuals of African descent. Detects the single most common pathogenic G6PD mutation (the A- allele) in individuals of African descent. For initial screening for GP6D deficiency, refer to Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (0080135).

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Preferred genetic test for individuals of high-risk ethnic backgrounds other than those of African descent. For initial screening for GP6D deficiency, refer to Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase (0080135).

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• If pursuing antibody testing to determine autoimmune diabetes mellitus, perform at least 2 antibody tests. Other antibody tests include IA-2 Antibody (0050202), Insulin Antibody (0099228), Islet Cell Cytoplasmic Antibody, IgG (0050138), and Zinc Transporter 8 Antibody (2006196).
• Most useful to establish autoimmune etiology in previously diagnosed type 1 DM.
• Do not use to differentiate type 1 versus type 2 DM, for most cases.

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Panel test most useful to establish autoimmune etiology in previously diagnosed type 1 DM. Do not use to differentiate type 1 versus type 2 DM, for most cases.

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Diagnostic evaluation for glutaric acidemia type I. Use in conjunction with urine organic acids and plasma acylcarnitines.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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Detect WBCs and presence and type of microorganisms in specimen.

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Refer to ARUP Immunohistochemistry Stain Offerings brochure at www.aruplab.com/ap/resources.

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Aids in diagnosis of growth hormone excess or deficiency disorders.

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Aid in histologic diagnosis of acromegaly.

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Preferred molecular genetic test following biochemical testing suggestive of guanidinoacetate methyltransferase (GAMT) deficiency.