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Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies in Pune: Price, Symptoms, Normal Range

Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies in Pune

Price, Symptoms, Normal Range

Anti-mitochondrial antibodies are proteins produced by the immune system that attack the bodys own mitochondrial cells, which can lead to liver and other organ damage. It costs Rs.2200 .

Updated At : 2023-09-02T00:00:55.308+05:30

What is Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies

Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies (AMA) are antibodies that target the mitochondria, which are the powerhouses of the cells. They are commonly used as a diagnostic marker for primary biliary cholangitis (PBC), an autoimmune disease that affects the liver. The test is performed by taking a blood sample from the patient and measuring the presence of AMA using an immunoassay. Elevated levels of AMA indicate a high likelihood of PBC.

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Do I need this test?

Let's find out whether you need the Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies test. Answer the following 5 questions and get a free instant result!

Are you experiencing any abdominal pain or other digestive system discomfort
Are you experiencing any abdominal pain or other digestive system discomfort

Have you recently experienced any fatigue or muscle weakness
Have you recently experienced any fatigue or muscle weakness

Are you feeling any joint pain or inflammation
Are you feeling any joint pain or inflammation

Have you experienced any unusual weight loss or gain
Have you experienced any unusual weight loss or gain

Have you recently experienced any fever or chills
Have you recently experienced any fever or chills

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Which symptoms are related to Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies?

If you have , you may need to get tested.

Here is the complete list of symptoms

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Who should do this test?

Patients with suspected primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) due to the high specificity of anti-mitochondrial antibodies (AMA) in diagnosing this condition.

  • Individuals with autoimmune disorders such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) or scleroderma, as AMA has been reported in these patients as well.
  • People with liver disease of unknown cause, as AMA can be a marker of autoimmune hepatitis or other autoimmune liver diseases.

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What to do if the test is abnormal?

  • Consult with a specialist: If the result of Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies (AMA) is abnormal, the patient should consult with a specialist such as a gastroenterologist or hepatologist. These specialists are well-versed in diagnosing and treating liver diseases, which can be associated with abnormal AMA levels.
  • Further testing: The specialist may recommend further testing to determine the cause of the abnormal AMA levels. This may include imaging studies such as an ultrasound or CT scan, blood tests for liver function, and a liver biopsy.
  • Treatment: Once the underlying cause of the abnormal AMA levels is determined, the specialist will recommend an appropriate treatment plan. This may include medications to reduce inflammation or suppress the immune system, lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise, or in some cases, surgery. Regular monitoring of liver function and AMA levels will also be necessary to ensure the effectiveness of the treatment plan.

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In which diseases is Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies abnormal?

Primary biliary cirrhosis
Autoimmune hepatitis
Sjogrens syndrome
Chronic active hepatitis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Celiac disease
Graves disease

Normal Range - Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies

Normal Ranges in Males
Age Range
>= 0 years *

Normal Ranges in Females
Age Range
>= 0 years *

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Treatment options

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Technical information

Parameter Details
LOINC Codes 20507-0
Sample Type Required serum
Principle of Measurement IF
Units of Measurement -

What is the Cost of Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies?

The test costs Rs.2200

Details about cost price of Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies
  • Free home visit for sample collection for Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies in all parts of Pune City is included in the cost price.
  • Kindly note that we do not charge any visit charges as most other labs. This is because the cost of Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies in Pune is already high and we do not wish to levy additional charges on patients.
  • The cost price of Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies is updated only in case of sudden changes in government rules. You are requested to check the latest cost price of Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies as charged by Pathofast on this page.
  • All online forms of payment are available at our lab, including Gpay, Payumoney, credit and debit card as well as cheque payment.

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How to book Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies in Pune?

Book a free home visit in Pune online, call our lab at 020 49304930 or get in touch using Watsapp.

Pathofast offers Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies at our center in Manisha Terrace, Moledina Road, Pune, Camp, India
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Near which locations or areas of Pune is Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies available?

Pathofast offers lab test service for Anti-Mitochondrial Antibodies near : Camp, Koregaon Park, Kalyani Nagar, Viman Nagar, Aundh, Baner, FC Road, Tilak Road, Ravet, Aundh, Pimpri Chinchwad, Nagar Road, Dhole Patil Road.

What are the Advantages of choosing a lab near you for blood test services?
  • Choosing a nearby lab reduces the time it takes for the sample to be transported
  • This leads to reduced sample deterioration.
  • While most patients are unaware, blood samples must be transported under strictly controlled temperature, and choosing a lab near you makes this easier to achieve.
  • Even if the lab does not adhere to temperature control, the time spent between sample collection and analysis reduces and this is more likely to produce more accurate results

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