Ovarian Cancer Markers - Pathofast,Pune
This package of tests can help in diagnosing ovarian cancer and other related conditions. Patients who have a family history of ovarian cancer, those who have been previously diagnosed with ovarian cancer, or those who experience symptoms such as abdominal pain or bloating may benefit from this testing.
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The test costs Rs.7900.0
Tests In This Package
This package covers the following tests
How will these tests help?
CA-125 Test: This test is used to monitor and diagnose ovarian cancer. It measures the amount of CA-125, a tumor marker, in the blood. If the levels of CA-125 are elevated, it can indicate the presence of ovarian cancer in women with symptoms or at high risk of developing it.
Carcino Embryonic Antigen-CEA: This test is used to monitor and diagnose colorectal cancer. Elevated levels of CEA in the blood can suggest the presence of cancer, but the test is not specific to colorectal cancer and can also be elevated in other conditions such as lung, breast, pancreatic, and ovarian cancer.
CA-72.4 Test: This test is used to monitor and diagnose stomach, pancreatic, and ovarian cancers. CA-72.4 is a tumor marker that can be elevated in these types of cancers.
ROMA Index with HE4 Test: This test is used to monitor and diagnose ovarian cancer. It combines the levels of two tumor markers, HE4 and CA-125, to calculate a risk score for ovarian cancer. Women who are at high risk of developing ovarian cancer may undergo further testing such as ultrasound or biopsy.
Cancer Marker CA-19 9: This test is used to monitor and diagnose pancreatic, liver, and bile duct cancers. Elevated levels of CA-19 9 in the blood can indicate the presence of these types of cancers, but the test is not specific and can also be elevated in other conditions such as gallstones or hepatitis.
Do I need this package?
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Has the patient had any abdominal pain or discomfort recently
Are you experiencing any symptoms such as pelvic or abdominal pain, bloating, or unusual fullness
Have you had any recent fever or other signs of infection
Are you a smoker or have you been exposed to secondhand smoke