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1,25-dihydroxy vitamin D 3
Accounting rules of the CNS: diagnosis required; not to be cumulated with 25-OH Vitamin D3
Synonyms: 1,25-dihydroxycholecalciferol, 1.25 (OH)2 D
Material: Serum
Method: CLIA
Once per week
Accredited:
Preanalytics: 48 h at room temperature
14 days at 2 - 8 °C
longer storage at (-20) °C
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11-Desoxycortisol
Synonyms: Compound S
Material: Serum
Method: RIA
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: Freeze samples at -20 ° C
Indication: Diagnosis of:
- Syndrome of apparent mineralocorticoid excess
- Congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) or adrenogenital syndrome with 21-hydroxylaxe or 11-hydroxylase deficiency
- Exclusion of hyperaldosteronism
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16-Hydroxy-Estrone
Material: second morning urine (with stabilizer)
Method: LCMS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days with stabilizer
Indication: Suspicion of abnormal oestrogen metabolism.
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (Estrogen metabolite).
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17-hydroxycorticosterone 24 hour acidified urine
Synonyms: 17-OH corticosteroides, 17-OHCS
Material: 24 hour acidified urine
Method: Photometry
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 5 days at 2-8 °C
1 month (-20) ° C
the ph must be between 2-5
Indication: Cushing's syndrome
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17-Ketosteroids 24 hour acidified urine
Material: 24 hour acidified urine
Method: Photometry
2 times per week
External service: *
Preanalytics: stable 5 days at 2-8 °C
1 month at -20 °C
PH should be between 2-5
Indication: Diagnosis of congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH) or adrenogenital syndrom
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17-OH Progesterone
Synonyms: 17-hydroxyprogesterone, 17OHP
Material: Serum
Method: ELISA
Once per week
Accredited:
Preanalytics: 7 days at 2-8°C
3 months at (-20)°C
Please specify gestation.
Indication: https://labtestsonline.org/tests/17-hydroxyprogesteron

-> Acne
-> Disturbed menstrual cycle
-> Infertility

- Diagnosis of classical and non-classical 21 - Hydroxylase deficiency by children with congenital adrenal hyperplasia
-Adrenogenital syndrome
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2-Hydroxy-Estrone
Material: second morning urine (with stabilizer)
Method: LCMS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days with stabilizer
Indication: Suspicion of abnormal oestrogen metabolism.
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (Estrogen metabolite).
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2-Methoxy-Estrone
Material: second morning urine (with stabilizer)
Method: LCMS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days with stabilizer
Indication: Suspicion of abnormal oestrogen metabolism.
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (Estrogen metabolite).
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2-Methylbutyric acid (stool)
Synonyms: SCFA
Material: Stool
Method: GCMS
Once every 2 weeks
External service: *
Preanalytics: 14 days at 2 - 8°C
Indication: Intestinal bacterial overgrowth
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (short-chain fatty acids)
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2-OH-Estrone/16-OH-Estrone ratio
Material: second morning urine (with stabilizer)
Method: LCMS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days with stabilizer
Indication: Suspicion of oestrogen metabolic disorder
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (Estrogen metabolite).
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25-Hydroxyvitamine D3, free
Material: Serum
Method: ECLIA (Electro-chemiluminescence immunoassay)
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 8 hours at 18-25 °C
4 days at 2-8 °C
24 weeks at (-20) ° C
Indication: Measures the free bioavailable vitamin D. This provides a more accurate assessment of vitamin D status in during pregnancy, in patients suffering from liver and renal disease and in intensive care.
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25-OH Vitamin D3
Synonyms: Vitamin D3, 25OHD, 25-hydroxyvitamin D3, 25-hydroxy cholecalciferol, 25 - (OH)-D3, calcifediol.
Material: Serum
Method: ECLIA (Electro-chemiluminescence immunoassay)
Daily
Accredited:
Preanalytics: 8 hours at 18-25 °C
4 days at 2-8 °C
24 weeks at (-20) ° C
Patients receiving high doses of biotin (> 5 mg / day) should be sampled at least 8 hours after the last application, as high levels of biotin may interfere with the test system.
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3-OH-Cotinin
Material: Urines
Method: LC/MS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days at 2-8 °C
longer storage: freeze at (-20) ° C
Indication: indicator for smoking cessation therapy
This laboratory test is not analyzed alone but only in combination with a request for a profile (Tobacco alkaloids)
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4-Hydroxy-Estrone
Material: second morning urine (with stabilizer)
Method: LCMS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days with stabilizer
Indication: Suspicion of abnormal oestrogen metabolism.
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (Estrogen metabolite).
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4-Methoxy-Estrone
Material: second morning urine (with stabilizer)
Method: LCMS
Test will be performed upon request
External service: *
Preanalytics: 3 days with stabilizer
Indication: Suspicion of abnormal oestrogen metabolism. Hormonal replacement treatment.
This laboratory test will be performed only as part of a profile (Estrogen metabolite).
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4: Beta-globulin
Material: Serum
Method: Capillary electrophoresis
Daily
Accredited:
Preanalytics: 10 days at 2-8 °C
2 months at (-15) - (-20) °C
Indication: This laboratory test can be requested only as part of a profile (Protein electrophoresis).
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5-hydroxyindolacetic acid (24 hour acidified urine)
Synonyms: 5- HIAA
Material: 24 hour acidified urine
Method: HPLC
Once per week
Accredited:
Preanalytics: Stable 2 weeks at -20°C in the dark, to avoid bacterial growth the pH must be 3.5-4.
The following foodstuffs should be avoided 3-4 days prior to collecting the urine sample: coffee, tea, alcohol, nicotine, pineapples, avocado, eggplants, bananas, blueberries, kiwis, melons, mirabelles, redcurrants, walnuts, plums.
Following drugs can impact the test results: salicylic acid, paracetamol, mephenesin, methocarbamol, phenothiazine, levodopa.
With the consent of the physician, the treatment with these drugs should be interrrupted 3 days prior the collection of the urine sample.
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5-hydroxyindolacetic acid
Synonyms: 5- HIAA
Material: Spontaneous urine
Method: HPLC
Once per week
Accredited:
Preanalytics: Stable 2 weeks at -20°C in the dark, to avoid bacterial growth the pH must be 3.5-4.
The following foodstuffs should be avoided 3-4 days prior to collecting the urine sample: coffee, tea, alcohol, nicotine, pineapples, avocado, eggplants, bananas, blueberries, kiwis, melons, mirabelles, redcurrants, walnuts, plums.
Following drugs can impact the test results: salicylic acid, paracetamol, mephenesin, methocarbamol, phenothiazine, levodopa.
With the consent of the physician, the treatment should be interrupted 3 days prior the collection of the urine sample.
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5-Nukleotidase
Accounting rules of the CNS: not to be cumulated with Alkaline phosphatase
Material: Serum
Method: enzymatic assay
Once per week
External service: *
Preanalytics: Room temperatur 1 day
4-8°C 4 days
-20°C 12 month
Indication: marker of lymphocyte differentiation
* Subcontracted analyses are not part of the accreditation scope of Laboratoires Réunis.