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Triple Marker Screening Test
Examples are: colonoscopy for colon polyp or cancer; mammograms for breast lesions or cancer; psa a blood test that could indicate enlargement of cancerous prostate tissue; blood sugar or hemoglobin a!c for diabetes. Many think that scanning the whole body will pick up a cancer--in all likelihood, it will not. There also is no good blood test, yet, ...Read more
My doc suggested triple marker test but my LMP is nt known as i gt preg after 2 mnths after last LMP.Lab is refusing fr test.Plz suggest?
Triple marker test on 15.6 week of preg. shows AFP 29.04ng/ml 0.67MoM, uE3 .98ng/ml 1.17MoM, hCG 48.10iu/ml 1.26MoM, Down;s risk 1:374, shud i worry?
Sounds normal : If your risk was 1:374 that sounds like a normal result. You can contact the ordering physician and seek clarification if you are in doubt but it sounds like your testing was normal ...Read more
Low estriol /anemia: It should not. Need to see maternal fetal medicine specialist and have targeted ultrasound. ...Read more
My wife has elevated ca 19-19 marker reading during routine health screening blood test. What do we do next to confirm if there is cancer or otherwise?
Is it CA19.9?: We usually do not recommend any tumor markers in routine blood test because they are neither sensitive nor specific. CA19-9 is frequently elevated in pancreatic cancer, cholangiocarcinoma, bile duct cancers, and etc. It can also be elevated in some benign conditions such as cholangitis or gallstones. Depending on its level, a CT scan and see GI doctor will be helpful. Did she have any symptoms? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Already had harmony test, afp, first trimester screening and they were all very low what might a dr suggest if soft markers are found on anatomy scan?
Reassurance!: If all that's found is a soft marker, and your screening and cell free dna results are normal, the most likely answer is that the soft marker is a normal variant. However if there is a finding consistent with a birth defect, that might merit further investigation, such as diagnostic testing within amniocentesis. ...Read more
More info needed: Could you repost your question with more information? I am not sure to what you're referring. ...Read more
Double Marker result(12 weeks) said Increased Risk of Trisomy21. Later Triple Marker(16 weeks) result said-Low Risk of Trisomy21 & 18. Any problem?
Sounds like : You are ok and will be ok.!triple marker test is the better test. ...Read more
Cauc, 30 & 1st preg. Negative triple and NT test on 1st screen. 1/6123 risk for DS. 20 week screen showed fetal nasal bone at 4.6mm. High risk for DS?
Fairly unlikely: Fetal nasal bone length is not a commonly assessed marker at 20wks gestation, instead we care more at 11-13wks. As fetuses grow, epigenetics and the environment have more of an effect on growth so a small nasal bone at this gestational age is not necessarily predictive in the setting of other reassuring testing. A noninvasive blood test may help to provide more reassurance. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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