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Histopathology Direct Immunofluorescence DIF Kidney Biopsy Test

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The Histopathology Direct Immunofluorescence (DIF) Kidney Biopsy Test is a specialized diagnostic procedure offered by DNA Labs UAE, aimed at detecting and characterizing kidney disorders at a cellular level. This test involves obtaining a small sample of kidney tissue, which is then examined under a microscope using specific fluorescent antibodies that bind to certain proteins or immune deposits in the tissue. The presence and pattern of fluorescence can help in the diagnosis of various renal diseases, including autoimmune conditions like lupus nephritis, and other glomerular diseases.

The process of DIF is crucial in distinguishing between different types of kidney pathologies, offering insights that are not visible through routine histopathological examination. This makes it an invaluable tool in the precise diagnosis and management of kidney diseases, enabling healthcare providers to tailor treatment plans more effectively.

At DNA Labs UAE, the Histopathology Direct Immunofluorescence Kidney Biopsy Test is priced at 800 AED. This cost reflects the sophisticated technology and expertise required to perform the test and interpret its results. Patients undergoing this test at DNA Labs can expect high-quality service and accurate diagnostic insights, contributing to better healthcare outcomes.

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HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE DIF KIDNEY BIOPSY Test

Test Name: HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE DIF KIDNEY BIOPSY Test

Components:

  • Complement C3
  • Complement C1q
  • IgA
  • IgG
  • IgM
  • Kappa Light Chains
  • Lambda Light Chains

Price: 800.0 AED

Sample Condition: Submit Kidney Biopsy specimen in buffered normal saline. Kidney biopsy should measure minimum 1 cm in length. Ship refrigerated. Brief clinical history in Renal Biopsy-Native Kidneys Requisition Form (Form 5) or Renal allograft/Transplant biopsy Requisition Form (Form 6) is mandatory.

Report Delivery: Sample Daily by 6 pm; Report 3 Working days

Method: Cryoprocessing, Fluorescence Microscopy

Test type: Disorders of Kidney

Doctor: Nephrologist

Test Department:

Pre Test Information: Brief clinical history in Renal Biopsy-Native Kidneys Requisition Form (Form 5) or Renal allograft/Transplant biopsy Requisition Form (Form 6) is mandatory. Brief clinical history

Test Details:

HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE (DIF) KIDNEY BIOPSY Test is a diagnostic procedure used to examine kidney tissue for the presence of specific immune deposits. It involves taking a small sample of kidney tissue through a biopsy and examining it under a microscope. During the test, the kidney biopsy sample is treated with fluorescent antibodies that bind to specific proteins or antibodies associated with various kidney diseases. These fluorescent antibodies emit light when exposed to specific wavelengths of light, allowing the pathologist to identify and locate the immune deposits within the kidney tissue.

The DIF test is particularly useful in diagnosing immune-mediated kidney diseases such as lupus nephritis, anti-glomerular basement membrane (anti-GBM) disease, and immune complex-mediated glomerulonephritis. It helps differentiate between different types of kidney diseases and guides treatment decisions.

The test is usually performed under local anesthesia, and the biopsy sample is obtained using a needle inserted through the skin into the kidney. The sample is then processed and stained with fluorescent antibodies in the laboratory. The pathologist examines the stained sample under a fluorescence microscope to identify and analyze the immune deposits.

The DIF test provides valuable information about the underlying cause and extent of kidney damage, which can guide treatment decisions and prognosis. It is often performed in conjunction with other tests, such as histopathology and electron microscopy, to provide a comprehensive evaluation of kidney disease.

Overall, the HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE (DIF) KIDNEY BIOPSY Test is an important diagnostic tool in the evaluation and management of kidney diseases, providing valuable insights into the underlying immune processes involved.

Test Name HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE DIF KIDNEY BIOPSY Test
Components *Complement C3*Complement C1q*IgA *IgG*IgM*Kappa Light Chains*Lambda Light Chains
Price 800.0 AED
Sample Condition Submit Kidney Biopsy specimen in buffered normal saline. Kidney biopsy should measure minimum 1 cm in length. Ship refrigerated. Brief clinical history in Renal Biopsy-Native Kidneys Requisition Form (Form 5) or Renal allograft\/Transplant biopsy Requisition Form (Form 6) is mandatory.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 6 pm; Report 3 Working days
Method Cryoprocessing, Fluorescence Microscopy
Test type Disorders of Kidney
Doctor Nephrologist
Test Department:
Pre Test Information Brief clinical history in Renal Biopsy-Native Kidneys Requisition Form (Form 5) or Renal allograft/Transplant biopsy Requisition Form (Form 6) is mandatory.Brief clinical history
Test Details

HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE (DIF) KIDNEY BIOPSY Test is a diagnostic procedure used to examine kidney tissue for the presence of specific immune deposits. It involves taking a small sample of kidney tissue through a biopsy and examining it under a microscope.

During the test, the kidney biopsy sample is treated with fluorescent antibodies that bind to specific proteins or antibodies associated with various kidney diseases. These fluorescent antibodies emit light when exposed to specific wavelengths of light, allowing the pathologist to identify and locate the immune deposits within the kidney tissue.

The DIF test is particularly useful in diagnosing immune-mediated kidney diseases such as lupus nephritis, anti-glomerular basement membrane (anti-GBM) disease, and immune complex-mediated glomerulonephritis. It helps differentiate between different types of kidney diseases and guides treatment decisions.

The test is usually performed under local anesthesia, and the biopsy sample is obtained using a needle inserted through the skin into the kidney. The sample is then processed and stained with fluorescent antibodies in the laboratory. The pathologist examines the stained sample under a fluorescence microscope to identify and analyze the immune deposits.

The DIF test provides valuable information about the underlying cause and extent of kidney damage, which can guide treatment decisions and prognosis. It is often performed in conjunction with other tests, such as histopathology and electron microscopy, to provide a comprehensive evaluation of kidney disease.

Overall, the HISTOPATHOLOGY DIRECT IMMUNOFLUORESCENCE (DIF) KIDNEY BIOPSY Test is an important diagnostic tool in the evaluation and management of kidney diseases, providing valuable insights into the underlying immune processes involved.