A chest x-ray is a very common, non-invasive radiology test that produces an image of the chest and other internal organs, such as lungs, heart, large arteries, ribs, and diaphragm.
Erythrocyte sedimentation rate is termed as ESR. It is usually known as sed rate or sedimentation rate which indirectly measures how much inflammation is in the body.
Ultrasound is also called as sonography. It uses high-frequency sound waves to produce ultrasound images of what is going on inside the body.
An abdominal ultrasound is performed to evaluate the organs and structures inside the abdomen including the abdominal aorta.
CT scans are special X-ray tests that produce cross-sectional images of your organs, bones, and other tissues using X-rays and a computer.
MRI stands for magnetic resonance imaging is a technique where the MRI scaner uses magnetic and radio waves to create pictures of tissues, organs and other structures within the body, which can then be viewed on a computer.
A positron emission tomography, also known as a PET scan is an imaging test that uses radiation to show activity on a cellular level within the body.
The absolute Lymphocyte Count test is performed to measure the level of Absolute Lymphocyte Count in the blood.
HIV 1 Genotyping identifies mutations in HIV 1 Reverse Transcriptase & Protease genes.
Cortisol is a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal glands when you are under stress.
GCT or 1-hour glucose challenge test , measures the effect of a glucose solution on blood glucose levels.
The anti-insulin antibody test is done to checks if your body has produced antibodies against insulin.