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Are Lipoprotein Particle Size and Lipoprotein Electrophoresis test the same? I asked my Dr for Lipo Particle Size and Lp(a) but got Electrophor result
What does Lipoprotein Electrophoresis test show? I had one, and now my doctor can not explain it, and never references it, always looking at lipids
SeperatesLipoprotein: particles by charge & size. Lipoproteins, complex fat particles which transport all fat molecules around body in the water outside cells, have always been the correct issue for artery disease, not any one fat, eg. cholesterol or triglycerides, which is being carried. The higher the LDL-particle concentrations, the more arterial disease progresses; the higher the Large-HDL-particles, the slower. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Values are: Hemoglobin f is present at birth and is replaced later with hemoglobin a and very small amount is made after birth hemoglobin a1 96.5-98% of total hemoglobin hg a2 1.5to3.5%of total hgb hemoglobin 0to1%of total hemoglobin no abnormal hemoglobin is present normally. ...Read more
Bone marrow disorder: It means that you are making too much of a single antibody or just a part of an antibody because one clone of plasma cells from your bone marrow has developed over the normal population. This can be a benign condition for many years or progress into a condition called multiple myeloma that needs treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi i want to ask a question my report result say I have a condition anisocytosis and report suggests hb electrophoresis?
Hb electrophoresis: This test may be requested if there is a need to evaluate a patient for abnormalities of the hemoglobin molecule. If found, it can shed light on the cause of your abnormal blood report. ...Read more