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Thrombophilia Profile Test Overview

The "Thrombophilia Profile-Maxi" is an extensive panel of tests used to evaluate and diagnose various thrombophilic conditions, which are disorders that increase the risk of abnormal blood clot formation (thrombosis). The profile includes a comprehensive set of coagulation and immune-related tests to assess different factors involved in the clotting process and immune responses that can contribute to thrombotic events. The key components of the Thrombophilia Profile-Maxi include:

  1. Protein C: Measures the level and activity of Protein C, a natural anticoagulant that helps regulate blood clotting. Low levels of Protein C may increase the risk of clot formation.
  2. Protein S: Measures the level and activity of Protein S, another natural anticoagulant protein that assists Protein C in controlling clotting. Deficiencies in Protein S can lead to a prothrombotic state.
  3. Antithrombin III (AT-III): Measures the level of AT-III, a critical inhibitor of coagulation factors. Deficiencies in AT-III can result in increased clotting tendencies.
  4. Activated Protein C Resistance (APCR): Tests for resistance to activated protein C, which can indicate the presence of a genetic mutation that is associated with an increased risk of clotting.
  5. Lupus Anticoagulant: Detects the presence of antibodies that interfere with the normal clotting process, leading to a tendency towards thrombosis.
  6. Homocysteine: Measures the level of homocysteine, an amino acid. Elevated homocysteine levels are associated with an increased risk of blood clots.
  7. Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 (IgG / IgM): Detects antibodies against beta-2 glycoprotein 1, which may be linked to autoimmune-related clotting disorders.
  8. ACA (Anticardiolipin Antibodies) (IgG / IgM): Detects anticardiolipin antibodies, which are also associated with autoimmune-mediated clotting events.

The Thrombophilia Profile-Maxi is ordered when there is suspicion of an underlying thrombophilia, recurrent blood clots, unexplained thrombotic events, or a family history of thrombosis. It provides a comprehensive assessment of various clotting factors and immune-related markers to aid in the diagnosis and management of thrombophilic conditions. Based on the test results, healthcare providers can devise personalized treatment plans to prevent or manage thrombotic events and reduce the risk of complications.

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Thrombophilia Profile-Maxi Price

Metropolis Healthcare is a leading diagnostics centre and pathology lab in India equipped with the latest state-of-the-art technologies that provides the Thrombophilia Profile-Maxi with a clear pricing structure.

The Thrombophilia Profile-Maxi Price in Mumbai is ₹ 18,500 .

We are committed to deliver accurate and quality results from the best labs in India with complete transparency regarding test cost and turnaround time. No matter where you are, we strive to offer patients high-quality service that is affordable and accessible.

Frequently Asked Questions

The Thrombophilia Profile evaluates the Antigen and Activity of Protein C, Protein S, AT-III, APCR, Lupus Anticoagulant, Homocysteine, Beta-2 Glycoprotein 1 (IgG/ IgM), ACA (IgG/ IgM).

  • To evaluate your risk of developing abnormal blood clots (thrombosis)
  • To investigate recurrent miscarriages or pregnancy-related complications
  • To assess the effectiveness of anticoagulant therapy
  • To diagnose and monitor thrombophilia (inherited or acquired)
  • To guide prevention strategies for individuals at high risk of thrombosis

The Thrombophilia Profile may be recommended if you have:

  • a personal or family history of blood clots
  • recurrent miscarriages or pregnancy complications
  • unexplained thrombosis at a young age
  • a history of thrombosis while on anticoagulant treatment
  • an autoimmune disorder associated with an increased risk of thrombosis, or
  • a planned surgery or treatment that may increase the risk of blood clots

Abnormal results could indicate a higher risk of developing abnormal blood clots.

Blood samples will be collected from your vein. The sample will be sent to the laboratory for testing.

There are no specific preparations required for the test. However, it is recommended that you consult with your healthcare provider before taking the test, as they may have specific instructions or recommendations based on your individual medical history and current health status.

  • D-Dimer: This blood test helps detect the presence of a blood clot.
  • Factor V Leiden Mutation Test: This genetic test identifies a common inherited mutation associated with an increased risk of abnormal blood clot formation.
  • Prothrombin Gene Mutation Test: This genetic test identifies a mutation in the prothrombin gene, which can increase the risk of abnormal blood clot formation.

Hypercoagulable State Profile or Thrombophilia Panel

Thrombophilia refers to a tendency to develop abnormal blood clots. It can be caused by inherited genetic mutations, acquired conditions, or a combination of both. Thrombophilia increases the risk of deep vein thrombosis (DVT), pulmonary embolism (PE), and other clotting disorders.

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