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Thrombophilia Profile-Mini Test

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A hypercoagulable disorder, also known as thrombophilia, is an inherited or acquired condition that increases the risk of inappropriate or excessive thrombus (blood clot) formation.

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It is a screening panel designed to provide evidence to detect causes of venous thromboembolism. Current guidelines suggest that thrombophilia testing should be considered if venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolus under the age of 40 or there are repeated episodes of venous thrombosis or pulmonary embolus or inflamed veins (thrombophlebitis).

This test is performed for patients suffering from thromboembolism, especially when occurring below 40 years or having recurrent episodes.

A hypercoagulable disorder, also known as thrombophilia, is an inherited or acquired condition that increases the risk of inappropriate or excessive thrombus (blood clot) formation. This panel of tests confirms a diagnosis for thrombophilia, which is an acute issue with blood clotting. By looking at concentration of certain proteins and antibodies within the blood, it becomes easier to detect this issue for clinicians.Lupus Anticoagulant, Activity of Protein C, Protein S, AT III and APCR, ACA-(IgG / IgM)

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