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Tests based on section

Types of biopsy include stomach-mucosal-colon-narrow-gut-rectum-skin-lung-prostate-pancreas and other types of tissues including larger resections and excisions such as appendix-skin-uterus-ovaries-breast-chromosomal hematoxylin-eosin (H & E) Particulate Color Glycogen PAS

Pap smear

Urine

Crystalline liquid

Liquid

Fluid ovarian cyst

Fna breast

FNA Saliva Gland

Any kind of FNA in any type of liquid or collection

Tests performed in the cytogenetic part:

  1. Blood karyotype
  2. Amniotic fluid karyotype (amniocentesis)
  3. Karyotype of bone marrow specimens
  4. FISH
  5. SDFA

In this section, screening tests relate to three types of disorders, including fatty acid oxidation disorders, amino acid disorders, and organic acids, which are more than 42 analytes.

  1. Confirmatory Organic acid and Fatty acid test (GCMS) + (Compounds)
  2. Newborn Screening for Inherited Metabolic Diseases (MS/MS) + (Compounds)
  3. Confirmatory test for Newborn Screening Inherited Metabolic Diseases (MS/MS) in Plasma, Serum, Urine, Amniotic Fluid + (Compounds)

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Metabolic tests

Genetic counseling

Genetic counseling is actually a branch of medical genetics that examines the likelihood of developing genetic diseases and provides appropriate strategies for preventing repeat offspring with the goal of a future and healthy generation.

The marriage of both non-familial individuals has a potential risk of about 2-3%. This is higher in marriage with relatives and is different in terms of kinship.

Although geneticists do not hesitate to marry third-degree relatives, provided that there is no family history of hereditary diseases, it’s best to consult a genetic counselor before marriage in any case, if possible.

One of the main goals of genetic counseling is to identify the risk of a hereditary illness in pregnancy.

Genetic counseling is important in all stages of life, but the following is commonly categorized:

Genetic counseling before marriage

This advice, which is most common in Iran, is suggested to people who are going to marry in particular with their loved ones and at the same time worry about having their future child with a genetic condition.

Family marriage counseling

Family marriage is a marriage in which couples have a kinship relationship with similar and common ancestors and genes. Thousands of rare hereditary diseases are now known to cause child-bearing genes to infect their children through inherited genes. This risk is higher in family marriages due to common genes, but it does not mean that there is no danger in non-familial marriages, but the risk is lower.

Advice before and during pregnancy

They are offered to families who are planning a pregnancy and are somehow worried about the health of their next generation. Like pregnancy under the age of 18 and over 35, having a child with a genetic disorder, one of the parents has a genetic disorder or a systemic illness, a history of repeated abortion or infertility.

Advice and Disability Risk Assessment The existence of previous records of disability in a person or family member can be a reason for family concern and referral to identify the cause of disability, disability, or computing the risk of repeat disability in future generations.

The purpose of the genetic counseling can be one of the following

1. Helping to better understand genetic disease

2. Symptoms and diagnostic methods

3- Better prediction and control of the symptoms

4. Preventing or recurring illness

5- Propose suitable solutions such as:

Pregnancy diagnosis (PND)
Ovarian Implantation Diagnosis (PGD)
Natural pregnancy replacement methods
Genetic Screening
Genetic Specific Tests
What is essential for genetic counseling?

v In kinship weddings

v Chronic or progressive neuromuscular disorders

v Pregnancy before age 18 and over 35

v Disruption of physical growth and catholyosis

v Behavioral and mental disorders

v Incidence of congenital defects

v Repetition history in the family

v The history of previous children to genetic disease

v metabolic disorders, obesity, diabetes

v Disabilities and mental retardation

v Appearance of abnormal organs

v Parents or family members have a disability record

v Any problems and physical disabilities

v Pregnant mother’s exposure to risk factors such as radiation, infection, chemicals, etc.

v Cancer Types

Congenital cardiovascular disease

v metabolic disorders

v Genital mutilation in puberty

v Identification of gene vector carriers such as thalassemia, hemophilia, and sickle cell anemia

v Concerned about the risk of a family history

v The history of infertility and infertility

v The history of frequent abortions and stills

v Blindness, Deafness

v Ultrasound or abnormal and suspicious screening tests

** At the Center for the Genetics of Medicine and Pajoteology, the Fajr Genetic Advice is conducted by expert geneticists approved by the Ministry of Health **

Experiments related to the molecular genetic department

Alpha and beta thalassemia
A2f
Jak2 PCR
Connexin 26
BRACI, II
HFE
Patternity
N-ras / K-ras
CFTR
DMD
PKU
FactorII
Factor V found
MTHFR
Panel Thrombophilia
Molecular Infectious Disease

HPV PCR
HBV PCR
HCV PCR
MT PCR
HSV PCR
CMV PCR
HSV genotyping
HPV 16
HPV 18

Analysis of sperm by CASA method

Electrophoresis section tests

1-      HbA1C

2-      Hemoglobin electrophoresis

3-      protein serum electrophoresis

4-      Serum / urine protein electrophoresis, Immunofixation/Immunotyping, serum free kappa and lambda light chains

Parasitology tests available

  • Smear for Leishman Body
  • Smear for malaria
  • Stool OP
  • Occult Blood
  • Scotch tape test
  • Stool pH
  • Sudan III (Fat)
  • Toxoplasma Ab (IgG) (ECL)
  • Toxoplasma Ab (IgM) (ECL)
  • Echinococcus Ab (EIA)

Different flow cytometric applications

v Immunofenotyping Acute and chronic leukemia,

v Plasma cell disease,

v Monitoring of treatment in leukemia,

v Determination of effective factors in prognosis of disease,

v Little review of immune cells

Cell sorting

The most recent use of flow cytometry is the evaluation of surface antigens expressed on cells. But in addition, the cells may be examined by various methods to measure functional characteristics by flow cytometry. It is possible to determine the time variations of receptor expression or to measure the interaction of a cell with another cell. In addition, there is the possibility of evaluating changes in the activity of enzymes and membrane potential. Experiments can also be performed to demonstrate phagocytosis and release of bioactive molecules.

The main function of these separators is to separate the desired cell populations from the heterogenous population of the cells for further study. Generally speaking, if a cell or particle has unique physical or chemical properties, it can be easily identified by the flow sorter and separated from other cells.

The flow cytometry method is in the shadow of increasing the number of antibodies, tetramers and dyes produced for use in the evaluation of cellular activity as an important tool in the study of immune cells. It allows the types of cells in the blood sample The cultured cells are evaluated explicitly

Direct examination and culture of different samples to study specific mushrooming

Direct Experiment and Bacterial Culture of Urine, Blood, Stool, CSF Antibiotic Immunostimulations such as Nielsen & Albert Breast Disch.- Culture & SensiSputum – Culture & SensiNose – Culture & Sensi

Tests based on pregnancy

NIPT or NIFTY Test – Non-invasive pre-natal diagnosis of Down syndrome and cell-free DNA tests

Over the past two decades, various methods have been developed to measure the chemical markers and ultrasound parameters, as well as the combination of these together for screening Down syndrome, but due to the bugs in these methods, scientists are always looking for better methods. They were. The biggest problem with traditional screening methods is the high percentage of false positive and false negative results, and in the case of confirmatory tests, the probability of abortion is due to the aggressive sampling method. The false positive result means that the test is positive, while there is no disease. The false negative answer, while ill, is the result of a negative test. In 1997, scientists found the presence of fetal DNA in the mother’s blood. This important discovery was fundamental to the emergence of non-invasive methods for detecting Down syndrome. Finally, true success was achieved in 2008 when the researchers proved the ability to detect embryonic chromosomal abnormalities using fetal DNA sequencing in a mother’s mother with an accuracy of about 100%. The principles of this method are based on the measurement of free DNA in the fetus In the mother’s blood, it is released from pairs of cells. The authors of the study consider this discovery a revolution in diagnostic methods of pregnancy, and predict that in the near future tests based on it will completely replace the methods Traditional screening. Recent reports show that detection rate for Triazoma 21 is up to 99.9%. This means that it can detect 99.9% of Down syndrome. The false negative femininity is less than 0.1%. The fetal DNA of the mother’s blood remains very short and immediately disappears from the mother’s blood after birth, so the previous pregnancy has no effect on the test result. It should be noted that doing This test did not eliminate the need for an alpha-fetoprotein test to test the development of embryonic tube growth disorders in the second trimester, and the pregnant woman should be referred to the lab again in the 15th to 20th week of pregnancy. In principle, the choice between screening tests in which The probability of an error is high and there are aggressive methods (amniocentesis or CVS) that can lead to abortion for women in Barda It’s hard to come by, but the emergence of these new methods makes it easier to make decisions. Testing Advantages: • Non-invasive: only a few cents out of the mother’s blood are needed to perform the test • Test sensitivity: (more From 99.9%) • Early diagnosis: The test can be done from the 10th week of pregnancy and this time will help to make better decisions. • Fast response: The test will be ready within 10 days. Recommendations • Use this test in High-risk pregnancies, such as pregnant women over the age of 35 years and those who have a high risk (positive) result in screening methods. They are afraid of how to sample aggressive methods: • Testing for women who can not accept abortion in aggressive methods. • Perform amniocentesis for those who have had a positive result in the NIPT test. • The ALF and Protein Test in the second trimester To monitor the growth disorders of the fetal neural tube. Keep in mind that most healthy babies are born. Amniocentesis is a fetal infusion of a bag that forms in the first week of the uterus, an amniotic fluid containing fetal cells, proteins and urine of the fetus. Is. The presence of amniotic fluid in the embryo bag and around the embryo can prevent accidents and injuries, and its reduction is associated with many risks for the fetus and mother. What is amniocentesis? Amniocentesis is a medical technique for prenatal diagnosis. During this, a small amount of ammonium fluid is taken and examined genetically. The most common tests performed on the sample are chromosomal experiments and anoploid studies. This test is done around the 15th to 18th weeks of gestation. At this time, the uterus and embryo are enlarged and there is enough amniotic fluid that can absorb this volume of fluid and there is no problem for the embryo. What people should be examined for amniocentesis? Br /> 1. Pregnant women who are at high risk of screening. Pregnant women with abnormal results in ultrasound. Couples who have a high risk of having a child with a recognizable genetic disease, such as thalassemia or tuberculosis. People with a history of recurrent abortions or childbirth with chromosomal problems, such as Down syndrome.5. Couples that carry chromosomal abnormalities. How to do amniocentesis: After determining the age of the fetus, heart rate, placenta, and amniotic volume are selected by ultrasound to select the appropriate site for sampling. The abdomen in the uterus is disinfected and numb. Then a special needle under the direct control of the ultrasound enters the uterus and then a watered bag and a small amount of amniotic fluid (about 20 ml) is taken and sent to the lab for genetic evaluation. The pain caused by this test is less than the pain caused by a muscle injection.What are the defects diagnosed by amniocentesis? Amniocentesis is used to detect chromosomal abnormalities and other embryonic problems, such as: Down syndrome (Trichoma 21), Edward syndrome (Trizumy 18), Patio syndrome (Trizumy 13), and generally all anosophysiopsis X Absolutely Nervous tube defects can not be evaluated by amniocentesis by determining the level of alpha-fetoproteinemia. At each risk pregnancy, there is about 5% to 3% of the incidence of congenital abnormalities with unknown causes. For example, it can be a symptom of skeletal lips, mental disorders and cardiovascular damage. The amniocentesis method is not applicable to the study of this group of congenital disorders and congenital diseases. Is amniocentesis a hazardous test? The probability of abortion in the sampling is estimated to be about 0.5 to 1%, and the risk of infection following this test is about 1 in every 3000 Amniocentesis is estimated. The amniotic sac sac is recovered and the volume of fluid removed from the embryo bottle is recovered within a short time and returns to normal. The maternal blood group is determined before the test and in the case of negative Rh, the direction Prevention of fetal harm should be done by the injection of RoGamAm to the mother. When sampling and after testing, A brief stomach of pain and spasm of the abdominal region can occur in the mother and see a drop of blood or a small amount of fluid that disappears within 1 to 2 days. About 1-2% of pregnant women have severe spasms or leaks after the test. Fluid and bleeding that in such circumstances should be contacted with the doctor. Amniocentesis benefits In summary, amniocentesis can be considered as a low risk process that provides useful information on many chromosomal problems and possible abnormalities of the fetus. .

Prenatal screening tests

  1. Down syndrome screening in the first trimester of Down syndrome
  2. in the second quarter (Quad marker)
  3. Integrated screening (sequential screening)

For every pregnant woman, there is a general probability of having a child with congenital defects. Although this is not very likely, screening tests can greatly measure this probability.


The defects that are considered in pregnancy screening tests include:Chromosomal abnormalities such as Triazoma 21 (Down syndrome) and Triazoma 18 (Edward syndrome) and Triazoma 13 (Patauo syndrome) Construction disorders such as open neural tube defect (NTDs) are a type of congenital disorder in the brain or spinal cord and the most common congenital disabling disorder The disorder occurs in the first month of pregnancy; before the mother notices her pregnancy, the most common types are spina bifida, anensafil and encephalocell) and heart defects. Down syndrome is a congenital chromosomal disorder. A person with Down syndrome, in addition to having a distinctly different face, is also impotent in learning and medical problems. There is no cure for Down syndrome and it’s up to the end of your life. A person with Down syndrome actually has his chromosome number 21 in three (trisomy). Down syndrome is about 1 to 800 in pregnancy. Anyone may have Down syndrome, but the longer the mother is, the greater the risk of having such a baby. For example, for a 20-year-old woman, the probability of having a child with Down syndrome is 1/500. This probability for a 35-year-old woman will be 1.197. However, most babies with Down syndrome are born to young women. Because the number of births is higher in this age group, Down syndrome can be detected during pregnancy through screening and diagnostic tests. Down Syndrome screening tests Mangulism. Screening tests show the chance or probability that the fetus has one of several specific illnesses. In fact, this test can not tell us if your baby is having trouble. If the result of the test is positive, this means that the possibility of a defect is higher than others. Therefore, your doctor may have diagnostic tests for you. To ensure that the baby is healthy. If the result of the screening test is negative, this means that the chances of a birth defect in your baby are so low that you do not need to follow up. But there is no guarantee that you have a normal baby. The benefits of screening tests are that there is no risk of abortion and no harm to the fetus. Screening Down Syndrome in the first trimester of pregnancy First trimester pregnancy A combined test including a blood test for the mother And ultrasound. This screening can be part of a combined or sequential screening test. Screening for Down syndrome is possible in the first trimester between 11 and 14 weeks of gestation, which results in the risk of Down syndrome (trisomy 21) and trisomy 13 and 18. This method consists of a blood test, in which two PPAP- A and free hCG are measured in the mother’s blood and sonography is performed. Ultrasound, fetal catheter fluid accumulation or NT is measured. In fact, in this section, there may be a sign for Down syndrome or Trisoma 18. The total results of the NT, maternal and maternal blood tests are interpreted together and a numerical risk is obtained, on the basis of which it can be decided which next step. Screening of the first trimester of pregnancy The ability to detect Down syndrome is about 84%, which means that 84% of Down syndrome cases can be detected and 16% of the cases remain unidentified and babies born to the patient. When NT thickness increases, The fetus may have a heart defect or other genetic condition. Under these circumstances, your doctor may have additional supplementary tests in the 20th week Vector propose to you.

Screening Down Syndrome in the second trimester of pregnancy

This screening, called Coadmacrum or Quad Rappel, or Quad, is also used to screen for Down Syndrome, Triazoma 18 and Nervous System Disorders (ONTD) and SLOS syndrome. In this test, four materials, albumin, free sterol, hCG and Ingibin A are measured in the mother’s blood. This test usually takes place between 15 and 20 weeks of gestation, but the best time is 15-18 weeks. The age of the embryo plays a major role in calculating risk at the time of testing. The best way to calculate the age of the embryo is to have ultrasound, so it’s best to bring an ultrasound report when you go to the lab. The ability to diagnose COD is about 80% of cases for Down syndrome. The AFP test performed in the Quad test screened the ONTD in 80% of cases. Note that this test is only worth the second quarter.

Integrated screening

The results obtained for screening for the first trimester and the second trimester can be combined in order to increase the ability to detect Down syndrome. Down syndrome’s ability to detect Down syndrome is more than 90%. The final result is not ready until completion and completion of the last stage (Quad test). In fact, ultrasound and blood tests are performed in the first stage between the 11th and 14th weeks of pregnancy and the second stage blood test between 15 and 18 weeks. The advantages of this method can be the low false positive of this test and its high detection capability of about 92%.

Sequential screening

In this method, the first trimester screening is first performed and according to the results of the first trimester screening, pregnant women are divided into three categories: high risk, low risk and low risk. High-risk women are required to perform (CVS sampling of fetal plexus), those who are at low risk, there is no need for screening or other diagnostic tests to be carried out, and only those who are at medium risk, the candidate for screening for the second stage ( Quad) Diagnostic tests for Down syndrome (Mangulism) These tests can show fetal defects, and actually deny or confirm screening tests. Using diagnostic tests, such as amniocentesis, brings with it the risk of abortion. That’s why these aggressive methods, despite being accurate to all Pregnancy tests are not recommended. It is suggested that the risk of Down Syndrome is reported in the screening test if the screening results indicate a high risk. The following tests are performed: 1. Molecular and non-invasive (NIPT) testing: Free DNA measurement The embryo is a cell free DNA that is released from pairs of cells, the reason for the non-invasive nature of the NIPT is that only a few cents of the mother’s blood needs to be performed for this test. 2. CVS: In this method, low amounts of fetal cells It is taken from the pectoral by special means through the cervix. This work is sometimes carried out using a syringe through the abdominal wall and care using a diagnostic technique, then the test is performed on the cells. 3. Amniocentesis: In this test, a small amount of amniotic fluid containing a number of embryonic cells, It is taken by syringe and by care through a sonography. This test is done between 16 and 20 weeks of pregnancy. It should be noted that with CVS and amniocentesis, there is a 1% risk of loss, although CVS risk is higher.

Tests based on panel

Adrenal Function tests

Allergy Tests

Aminoacids

Anemia

Atherosclerosis, Myocardial infarction, Cerebrovascular accident, Alzheimer disea

Atherosclerosis

Autoimmune Diseases

Cardiotropic pathogens

cardiovascular Disease

Chronic Fatigue syndrome

Coagulation Tests

Comprehensive Metabolic Profile

CSF diagnostic tests

Diabetes Profile

Early detection of chronic renal failure

Early detection of colon cancer

Early detection of prostatic cancer

Gonadal Function Evaluation – women

Gonadal Function Evaluation – men

Haematological Tests

Hemoglobinopathies

Hemolytic Anemia

Hepatitis

Hypercoagulability state Test

Hypertension Profile

Infectious Arthritis Profile

Infectious disease evaluation

Infertility Assessment

Inflammatory Myopathies

Liver Disease Evaluation

Newborn screening

Oncological Disease

Initial screen for Autoimmune connective tissue diseases

Iritis and Uveitis

Lymphotropic Pathogens

Metabolic disease evaluation

Molecular Diagnosis

Neurological Disease Evaluation

Neurotropic Pathogens

Pancreatic Disease Disease

Protein Diagnostic Tests

Renal diesease

Rheumatologic and musculoskeletal Disease Evaluation

Thalassemias

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring

Thrombophilia Profile

Thyroid diseases Evaluation

Viral Hepatitis profile

General Chemistry

Immunochemistry

Hematology / Cytology

Microbiology / Infectious Disease

Dexamethason Suppression test

Exercise stimulation test for GH

ACTH stimulation test – Synacthen test

GH Stimulation test – Clonidine Test

LH-RH Test – LH/FSH stimulation test

TRH-Test TSH simulation test

Addison’s Disease & Cushing’s Syndrome

Thyroid Function Test

Diabetes Panel

Tumor Markers

Bone Markers

Neurology Panel

Meningitis & Encephalitis

Rheumatology & Autoimmune disorders

Gluten Sensitivity & Celiac Disease Abs

Cardiac Panel

Hematology Disease Panel

Molecular Diagnosis in Hematology Department

Fertility & Endocrine Evaluation Panel

Prenatal Panel & Proteinuria & Menopause

Ovarian & Breast Cancer

Cervical Cancer

polycystic ovary syndrome-PCOS

Sexually Transmitted Diseases

TORCH Study

Colon Cancer

pancreatic cancer

Pancreatic Insufficiency & Pancreatitis

gastrointestinal infection

Peptic Ulcer

Infectious agents

Liver Disease

Hepatobilliary Panel

Hepatitis Panel & Other Viruses

Lung Disease

Tuberculosis

Kidney & Urinary Tract Disorders, Kidney stones, Proteinuria

Flow cytometry, CD Markers & HLA Panel HLA Panel

Immunogram

TDM

Drug Abuse

Urine 24hrs. & Random Urine Analytics

Miscellaneous

Health Check Tests

Checkbook for children

Anemia assessment tests
Inflammatory and Infectious Disease Assessment Tests
Type 1 diabetes assessment tests
Obesity and overweight assessment tests
Thyroid function tests
Growth Assessment Tests
Evaluation of Lead Poisoning

Anemia assessment

Many children and adolescents may be at risk of developing anemia during their childhood, this problem will continue in the years to come. The cause of iron deficiency in the body or the child’s anemia is the lack of iron needed in the blood. Addition of iron deficiency anemia and impaired motor, mental, and behavioral development in infants are not new discoveries. In the late 1970s, the likelihood of their association was raised, and subsequent studies on infants in the last two decades confirmed the findings. Motor, mental and behavioral effects appear only when the severity of iron deficiency is associated with anemia and, despite correction of iron deficiency anemia, these effects are long-lasting.

Evaluation of inflammation and infections

Infection is a disease that, if it occurs in the baby, is not a cure for this simplicity, and it requires the care and treatment of the drug, but the disease, like other diseases, has several ways of preventing it, which can reduce the risk of the disease. Sometimes the lack of timely treatment of the disease may cause complications even in adulthood and even result in loss of important organs, such as kidney and dialysis of children, or impairment in the functioning of the internal organs of the body. . To escape from these diseases, they should be aware of the signs of the disease and where they come from and when they are dangerous. Be aware.

Assessment of Type 1 Diabetes

The pancreas does not produce enough insulin for your child’s body and should be replaced with insulin. Type 1 diabetes is known in children with diabetes insulin dependent names and childhood diabetes. It is difficult to diagnose this disease at first. Suddenly, you and your children should learn how to measure injections with your current dose and measure the amount of carbohydrates consumed and control your blood glucose. Although type 1 diabetes in children requires constant care, but today’s progress in blood sugar and intake Insulin has led to a simpler management of this disease. Obesity and overweight assessment, with regard to the growth process and the natural and physiological changes in weight and height, the correct definition of overweight and obesity, as well as its evaluation in childhood and adolescence, is important. Specially enjoyed by young people in many countries of the world, even in countries where they are subverted One of the reasons for shortages is still a general health problem. It shows that obesity and overweight in childhood will lead to adverse health, economic and social consequences in adulthood. The evaluation of thyroid function is one of the complications that Parents are worried, thyroid is in their baby. Hypothyroidism in children and infants slow down mental development and disability. These symptoms do not appear at the beginning of their birth. The age and severity of these symptoms depend on how the thyroid gland works. Growth assessment evaluates physical growth characteristics such as height, weight, head circumference and such as those summarized in physical examinations and special tests. It is very important and important, because if a child develops in this age group, he needs treatment interventions. Evaluation of poisoning with lead heavy metal, especially lead, is a public health problem in children. In urban areas Also, due to the growth and development of industries in cities and the increase in urban transport and pollution caused by it, Poisoning is an issue that has attracted a lot of attention. Considering the effects of lead poisoning in children and its effects on preventing adequate growth and reducing IQ and other side effects, the importance of evaluating this hazardous metal for health Children are more and more concerned about. When you want to help your child live happily and healthy, check-ups are vital and vital. Unfortunately, many parents, when their children are not sick, do not bring them to the doctor, which in practice causes problems over time. Taking your child for regular tests helps the doctor to see what’s going on for the normal baby So diseases are easily detected. The Fajr Pathobiology Experimental Laboratory, using its modern facilities, tests the child’s growth check.

Blood testers for assessment of diabetes mellitus performance evaluations of liver function tests for kidney and urinary tract evaluation of cardiovascular health and evaluation of osteoporosis status Evaluation of endocrine function Monitoring of infections before pregnancy Mortality Evaluation of autoimmune diseases Assessment of anemia Anemia Iron deficiency is the most common cause of anemia in women. This condition occurs due to lack of iron in the diet, excessive excessive blood loss in the long run (such as gastrointestinal bleeding) or iron malabsorption. The most common symptoms of this disease, feeling weak, feeling tired or busy, and feeling sick General, false dizziness, frequent cases of viral diseases such as colds, sponge nails (nailing), peppermint such as peeling, frosting and … and falling asleep and needles Dipping hands and feet. Diabetes assessment is one of the deadliest diseases in the world. The disease is more common among women who have breast cancer and causes patients such as cardiovascular disease, stroke, kidney failure, and loss of vision. Unfortunately, the complications of diabetes in people who develop Because diabetes is diagnosed and difficult to control. Early diagnosis and effective treatment of diabetes can significantly reduce the risk of serious complications. Liver liver function assessment is responsible for many The functions are in the body. Having a liver disease can cause the body to become inefficient and cause many complications. In some cases, even liver disease is fatal. Many liver diseases or other diseases of the body organs that affect the liver cause pain. Evaluation of kidney function and urinary tract infection of the urethra or bladder If not treated early, it may rise to one or both kidneys. And causes a full-blown kidney infection (this infection is known as pyelonephritis). Women have a higher ability to develop kidney infections compared to men. An assessment of cardiovascular and cardiovascular health, with a doubling chance, during the six years after the attack The first heart may have a second heart attack; they are as large as men after anesthetic or angioplasty Patients with cardiovascular disease are more likely to have associated illnesses, such as diabetes, which may interfere with the treatment and recovery of women from heart disease. Bone status assessment The importance of osteoporosis is often over time. Bone fracture is not symptomatic. The spine, thigh bone, pelvis, wrists, and forearm are the most common sites that are affected by osteoporosis. The disease is the biggest concern for women for middle ages. A problem that will sooner or later catch all of us, so get ready to deal with it. An assessment of the endocrine function of endocrine disrupting causes serious complications for people and causes many problems that are more common in women than men. Thyroid disorders are one of the most common diseases in the gland, especially in women, and this disorder is generally in both latent and asymptomatic forms that can be detected by hormonal tests and in some cases also manifest itself with its own symptoms. Screening Pre-pregnancy infections Blood tests to check for infection or diabetes and other illnesses The underlying pre-pregnancy Bashd.zmaysh your blood, doctors and midwives gives useful information about your health. Also, pregnancy-related problems can be detected. Markeratomorum Tumor Markers have different types. Some are produced in a specific type of cancer, so-called specific, and some are seen in a variety of cancers. To perform a tumor marker test, the physician sends a patient’s urine or blood sample to the lab and the marker with an anti-tumor antibody The marker is made in the body. The evaluation of autoimmune diseases is self-sustaining when the immune system starts to act against you and triggers the invasion of healthy cells, among which women are significantly higher than Men suffer from such diseases. Diagnosis of autoimmune disease as soon as possible is the best way to slow down It is progress.

Cholesterol control panel for assessment of low grade blood glucose assessment of diabetes mellitus performance evaluation of renal and hematopoietic kidney function and assessment of endocrine and cardiovascular health. Assessment of endocrine function is a low blood pressure or anemia of blood disorders in which there is not enough hemoglobin in the blood. Anemia has a variety of causes, each with its own specific cause. For adult males, hemoglobin is less than 13 gr / dl. It is anemia. Iron deficiency anemia is the most common type of anemia due to iron deficiency in the diet, excessive excessive excessive blood in the long-term, or iron deficiency. And the most common symptoms of anemia in men include feelings of weakness, permanent fatigue or during activity, and general feeling of discomfort. Diabetes assessment tests in men increase the risk of cardiovascular disease. It can also cause problems. In your eyes, skin, kidneys and your nervous system. In these people, erectile dysfunction (ED) and other urological problems have also been proven. Fortunately, many of these complications are preventable or remedial. The key to it is to be aware of and take on your own health responsibilities. The evaluation of the liver’s liver function is generally responsible for purifying and purifying the blood and, if damaged, it can be poisoned. Other liver diseases include fatty liver, hepatic cirrhosis, hepatitis and Liver cancer. Liver problems do not affect only the liver, but liver disease is the underlying cause of many diseases, including kidney failure, thyroid problems and many cancers. If you come back to a doctor with a person with Hepato-stomach problems include blood poisoning, nausea, diarrhea, dizziness and drowsiness, which can even lead to coma. The person and his death. Evaluation of the function of the kidney and the urinary tract The most common disease in the field of kidney and urinary tract diseases is urinary tract and prostate disease and the prevalence of kidney stones in men is 2 to 3 times higher than that of women And at the same time, the annoying disease is painful and with many complications, so that it stays in the acute stages of the patient. Unfortunately, many men go to a doctor and treatment, which is a golden opportunity for cheap and inexpensive treatment. The cardiovascular health assessment of cardiovascular disease is the most important cause of death worldwide. Blood pressure, high blood sugar and high cholesterol, smoking, obesity and inadequate consumption of fruits and vegetables are among the most important risk factors for this complication. Unfortunately, the incidence of cardiovascular disease in men has reached 30 years of age, and although heart disease All parts of the world have been expanding to lower ages, but diagnostic methods have also been increased, which can increase life expectancy and improve the disease process. Evaluation of the endocrine function of the endocrine system on how the palpation of the heart, bone growth and Tissues and fertility ability. These glands play a vital role in preventing or preventing It has diabetes, thyroid disorders, growth disorders, and sexual dysfunction, and can lead to other hormonal disorders. Blood and urine tests will help your physician identify the presence of endocrine disorder. The main goal is to use tumor markers. Screening and early detection of cancer. Because at this time there is the greatest probability of treatment effect. It should be noted that tumor markers are not diagnostic by themselves and definitive diagnosis of cancer is done by the pathologist by seeing a sample of cancerous tissue under the microscope. However, the tumor of the markers provides information to We believe that it is very important in the prognosis and treatment of the disease.

Old-age checklist for assessment of diabetes assessment of liver function tests for evaluation of kidney and urinary tract for assessment of cardiovascular health and evaluation of malignancy. Hatts for evaluation of rheumatism and locomotor diseases. Diarrhea in elderly. Failure to control glucose over time can be a risk for disease. Microvascular (small vessel diseases of the body including capillaries) and macrovascular diseases (diseases of the large corpuscles of the body). Continues to lead to chronic diseases, cognitive impairment, depression, urinary incontinence, fall in pain and pain. Continuous evaluation. Performance evaluation k Bad with age, various changes occur in the human liver, which can have a significant effect on the quality of life of the patients. Liver volume and liver size and its blood flow significantly decrease with increasing age. Evaluation of renal function and urinary tract Chronic kidney is a very common disease in the elderly and leads to an increased mortality rate in this age. Another medical problem associated with kidney disease in older people is the risk of high arterial blood pressure. On the other hand, well The prevalence of UTI (UTI) has been proven to be aggravated by age. The evaluation of cardiovascular health Vqtghyyrat elderly cardiovascular adverse impact on quality of life and longevity puts it. Coronary artery disease is the most common cause of death in the elderly. However, heart arrhythmias and valvular heart disease are also important in this age group. The diagnosis of these disorders in the elderly requires special attention. Because of changes in physiological structure due to age increase with cardiovascular disease, the appearance of classical symptoms of the disease may be distorted and delay the treatment of these patients. Malignancy evaluation Due to the fact that aging is one of the main causes of cancer, as the age increases, the number of people with cancer also increases. Cancer is also the first cause of death between the ages of 65-75 and about 60% The disease is diagnosed over the age of 70 years. Evaluation of rheumatism and malignant diseases Due to the fact that immobility leads to many complications in the elderly and threatens their health, a combination of physical, metabolic and psychological symptoms can disrupt the elderly’s balance. Bipolar disorder in the elderly with heart failure, heart failure, or decreased activity tolerance along with Is.