Tumour Panel Male Profile

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The test parameters that are included in the Tumour Panel Male Profile are:
Alpha-Feto Protein Test
Beta-HCG Test
CA 19-9 Test
Carcino Embryonic Antigen(CEA) Test
Free PSA
% Free PSA
Prostate Specific Antigen(PSA) Test

Alpha-Feto Protein Test
Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP) is a protein formed in the liver of a developing baby. During a child’s advancement, some AFP goes through the placenta and into the mother’s blood. An AFP test estimates the amount of AFP in pregnant ladies amid the second trimester of pregnancy. Too much or too less AFP in a mother’s blood might be an indication of a birth imperfection or other condition.

An AFP test is a regular screening test that is given to moms(pregnant) between the fourteenth and 22nd weeks of their pregnancy. It provides exact results between the sixteenth and eighteenth weeks, so it’s essential to know precisely when you become pregnant.
AFP testing is generally part of a quad screen. This screening test also tests the amounts of:
human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG)
inhibin A

Beta-HCG Test
HCG represents the Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, a hormone which is formed by the placenta during pregnancy. A subjective HCG blood test identifies the presence of this hormone in the blood, while a quantitative HCG or Beta HCG blood test checks for its particular levels.

The Beta HCG-Blood Test is done to check whether an individual is having ordinary or abnormal HCG levels in the blood o body. The specialist may request this test to verify the pregnancy, to decide the appropriate age of the fetus, analyse a potential unnatural birth cycle of the child.

CA 19-9 Test
An individual with gastrointestinal tumours, for example, pancreatic, liver, gastric, colorectal An individual with gastrointestinal tumours, for example, pancreatic, liver, gastric, colorectal tumours and some different malignancies have been appeared to have increased serum CA 19-9 levels. Serum CA 19-9 levels might be valuable for observing infection movement.
A person gets the test after a verified pancreatic cancer diagnosis. If the CA 19-9 amount was raised before the treatment, an individual might be tested during and after treatment to monitor success.
Adjustments in the levels of CA 19-9 helps the specialist to check if the tumour is growing, staying the same or getting tinier. This helps the doctor if they should change the treatment or suggest more tests or scans.

Carcino Embryonic Antigen(CEA) Test
The carcinoembryonic antigen(CEA) test reveals the level of CEA in the blood. CEA is a protein usually present in the tissue of a developing baby in the womb. The blood level of this protein dissolves or becomes very low after birth. In adults, an irregular level of CEA may be a symptom of cancer.
Smoking may affect the CEA level. If an individual smokes, the doctor may ask to stop doing so for a short period of time before the test.
This test is performed to monitor the feedback of treatment and then to check for the return of colon and more cancers such as medullary thyroid cancer of the rectum, lung, breast, liver, pancreas, stomach and ovaries.

Free PSA Test
Free PSA-prostate specific antigen tests are mostly used with other PSA tests to confirm a diagnosis or test reports. Free PSA tests can also be used rather than biopsy if the doctor suspects prostate cancer, but a biopsy may still be required.
A free PSA test only checks the amount of PSA that is floating freely in the blood, without being bound to other protein.

% Free PSA Test
This test parameter will tell the percentage of free PSA(prostate specific antigen).

Prostate Specific Antigen(PSA) Test
PSA, a protein formed by prostate gland cells, travels through the body in two ways:
Either bound to different proteins or on its own. PSA circulating alone is known as free PSA. The free-PSA test determines the percentage of unbound PSA.

Prostate cancer can increase PSA levels, but so can different conditions also. These incorporate an enlarged prostate, prostatitis, and advancing age. Studies have also presented that about 75% of men with increased PSA do not have prostate cancer. To find which men actually have cancer and which don’t, physicians generally performs a biopsy.

CA 19.9

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