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Predict risk of dose-related toxicity and responsiveness to 5-FU therapy.

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Do not use to screen for celiac disease.  May be used to estimate severity of intestinal villous atrophy in confirmed celiac disease.

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May be helpful in evaluating for autoimmune liver disease. For a more comprehensive reflex panel, refer to Autoimmune Liver Disease Evaluation with Reflex to Smooth Muscle Antibody (SMA), IgG by IFA (2007210).

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Aid in evaluation of autoimmune liver disease. For a more comprehensive reflex panel, refer to Autoimmune Liver Disease Evaluation with Reflex to Smooth Muscle Antibody (SMA), IgG by IFA (2007210).

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Evaluate for possible factor II deficiency.

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Order to diagnose factor IX deficiency, detect factor IX inhibitors, and monitor factor IX replacement therapy.

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Order to diagnose factor IX deficiency (hemophilia B) and monitor factor IX replacement therapy.

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Order to detect factor V Leiden variant.

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Evaluate possible factor V deficiency.

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Determine thrombotic risk in individuals known to be factor V Leiden heterozygotes.

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Evaluate possible factor VII deficiency.

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Order to diagnose factor VIII deficiency, detect factor VIII inhibitors, and monitor factor VIII replacement therapy.

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Order to diagnose hemophilia A, acquired factor VIII deficiency, or as part of a diagnostic workup for von Willebrand disease. Not recommended when screening for thrombophilia.

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Evaluate possible factor X deficiency.

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Order to diagnose factor XI deficiency (hemophilia C).

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Evaluate the cause of an isolated prolonged PTT in a patient who is not currently bleeding.

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Assess genetic risk for thrombosis.

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First-line test to diagnose FXIII deficiency. Appropriate for evaluation of patients with a bleeding disorder present with normal PT, PTT, and platelet count test results. Use for monitoring FXIII therapy and for confirming abnormalities detected on FXIII qualitative assay.

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Most useful for acquired or severe FXIII deficiency testing. Abnormal results should be confirmed with quantitative testing. Refer to Factor XIII Activity (2006182).

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

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Acceptable diagnostic or predictive test for familial adenomatous polyposis. For classic FAP, consider Familial Adenomatous Polyposis Panel: (APC) Sequencing and Deletion/Duplication, (MUTYH) 2 Mutations (2004915).

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Preferred diagnostic or predictive test for familial adenomatous polyposis and MUTYH-associated polyposis.

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Preferred test for suspected familial Mediterranean fever.

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Consultation with a genetic counselor is advised. Useful when a pathogenic familial variant identifiable by sequencing is known.

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Consultation with a genetic counselor is advised. Order for fetal testing to detect a previously characterized variant in a family member.

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Confirm a clinical diagnosis of familial transthyretin (TTR) amyloidosis, familial euthyroid hyperthyroxinemia, or senile systemic amyloidosis.

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Carrier screening or diagnostic testing for Fanconi anemia group C for individuals of Ashkenazi Jewish descent.

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Measurement of fecal fats can be useful in establishing a diagnosis of pancreatic disease. Testing requires the submission of an entire 24-hour stool collection.
For random stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Qualitative (0020385).
For testing of an aliquot from a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour stool collection, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, Homogenized Aliquot (2002350).
For complete 48-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 48-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002355).
For complete 72-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 72-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002356).

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Measurement of fecal fats can be useful in establishing a diagnosis of pancreatic disease. Testing requires the submission of an entire 48-hour stool collection.
For random stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Qualitative (0020385)
For testing of an aliquot from a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour stool collection, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, Homogenized Aliquot (2002350)
For complete 24-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 24-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002354)
For complete 72-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 72-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002356)

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Measurement of fecal fats can be useful in establishing a diagnosis of pancreatic disease. Testing requires the submission of an entire 72-hour stool collection.
For random stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Qualitative (0020385)
For testing of an aliquot from a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour stool collection, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, Homogenized Aliquot (2002350)
For complete 24-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 24-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002354)
For complete 48-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 48-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002355)

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Measurement of fecal fats can be useful in establishing a diagnosis of pancreatic disease. Testing requires the submission of an aliquot from a 24-, 48-, or 72-hour stool collection.
For random stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Qualitative (0020385).
For complete 24-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 24-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002354).
For complete 48-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 48-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002355).
For complete 72-hour stool collections, order Fat, Fecal Quantitative, 72-Hour Collection (Includes Homogenization) (2002356).

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Identification of patients with essential fatty acid deficiency, evaluation of nutritional status, and diet monitoring.

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Confirm presence of disease; not recommended for initial testing.

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Optimize drug therapy and monitor patient adherence.

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Useful for general screening in contexts of compliance and/or abuse. A screen with reflex testing is the preferred method for ruling out amphetamine exposure. For follow-up testing of a presumptive result, Fentanyl and Metabolite, Urine Quantitative (0092570) is preferred.

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Monitor patient adherence.

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Preferred test to follow-up presumptive results. For general screening, Fentanyl, Urine Screen with Reflex to Quantitation (2012284) is preferred.

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Aid in the diagnosis of iron deficiency anemia and iron overload. Monitor treatment of hemochromatosis.

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Detect and quantify the extent of fetomaternal hemorrhage in pregnant or postpartum women. Assess the need for Rh immunoglobulin (eg, RhoGAM) for fetomaternal hemorrhage.

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Recommended for the diagnosis of systemic sclerosis in patients negative for centromere, Scl-70, or RNA polymerase III antibodies. May predict skeletal muscle involvement and pulmonary arterial hypertension.

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For evaluating coagulopathies (eg, disseminated intravascular coagulation), D-Dimer (0030057) is the preferred test. If FDP testing is being considered, this plasma test, rather than the serum test, is the recommended test.

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Determine if fibrinogen deficiency is a potential cause of bleeding.

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A follow-up test for decreased fibrinogen activity to determine if the decrease is due to insufficient fibrinogen or dysfunctional fibrinogen.

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Assist in diagnosing dysfibrinogenemia.

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Confirm diagnosis of ichthyosis vulgaris and differentiate vulgaris from other forms of ichthyosis.

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Aid in the detection of antibodies to filaria. Consider Parasites Smear (Giemsa Stain), Blood (0049025).

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Optimize drug therapy and monitor patient adherence.

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First-line test for prognostication of CN-AML.

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First-line test for prognostication of CN-AML. This test also provides a FTL3 mutant allelic ratio.

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Optimize drug therapy and monitor patient adherence.

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Screening culture for fluoroquinolone-resistant organisms. Consider prior to trans-rectal prostate biopsy.

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Optimize drug therapy and monitor patient adherence.

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Optimize drug therapy and monitor patient adherence.

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Aids in detection of folate deficiency.

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Aids in detection of folate deficiency.

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Use in conjunction with histologic and clinical information for the diagnosis of alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma.

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Preferred test to diagnose fragile X syndrome and carrier screening in individuals with a positive family history.

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Prenatal test for fetuses of mothers with fragile X premutations or full mutations.

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Preferred test for detecting antibodies during acute or convalescent phase. Convalescent sera may be required for diagnosis.

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Detects antibodies during convalescent phase. Convalescent sera may be required for diagnosis.

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Detects antibodies during acute phase; paired concurrent specimen with IgG reduces false positive rate. Convalescent sera may be required for diagnosis.

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Direct measure of free estradiol in serum. Most accurate measure of bioactive estradiol.

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Diagnostic testing for Freeman-Sheldon syndrome.

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

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May aid in monitoring glucose control for diabetes in specific disorders. Not recommended as a substitute for hemoglobin A1c except in specific populations.

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Useful when screening for obstruction or absence of the seminal vesicles in males with azoospermia.

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Identify fungi from culture.

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Not recommended. For suspicion of coccidioidal meningitis, refer to Coccidioides Antibodies Panel, CSF by CF, ID, ELISA (0050710).

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Not recommended. Refer to individual fungus-related tests appropriate to patient exposure.

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Not recommended. Refer to individual fungus-related tests appropriate to patient exposure.

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Gold standard test to diagnose fungi as agent of infection.

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Identify fungi from culture.

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Identify fungus using fungal smear (eg, yeast, aseptate hyphae, septate hyphae).

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