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Niemann Pick Disease Quantitative Blood Test

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The Niemann-Pick Disease Quantitative Blood Test is a specialized diagnostic procedure available at DNA Labs UAE, designed to identify the presence of Niemann-Pick disease, a rare genetic disorder. This condition affects the body’s ability to metabolize fats (lipids) properly, leading to harmful accumulations within various tissues, including the liver, spleen, and brain. The test specifically measures the levels of certain lipids or enzymes in the blood that are indicative of the disease, helping in the early detection and management of this condition.

The cost of the Niemann-Pick Disease Quantitative Blood Test at DNA Labs UAE is 510 AED. This test is crucial for individuals who have a family history of Niemann-Pick disease or exhibit symptoms related to lipid metabolism disorders. Early diagnosis through this quantitative blood test can significantly impact the management and treatment strategies, potentially improving the quality of life for those affected by the disease.

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NIEMANN PICK DISEASE QUANTITATIVE BLOOD Test

Cost: AED 510.0

Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Test Details

Niemann-Pick disease is a rare genetic disorder that affects the body’s ability to metabolize lipids, leading to the accumulation of harmful substances in various organs. There are several types of Niemann-Pick disease, including type A, type B, and type C.

A quantitative blood test can be performed to measure certain biomarkers that are associated with Niemann-Pick disease. These biomarkers include sphingomyelinase activity, cholesterol esterification, and the levels of certain lipids in the blood.

The quantitative blood test can help in diagnosing Niemann-Pick disease and determining the severity of the condition. It can also be used to monitor the progression of the disease and assess the effectiveness of treatment.

It is important to note that the quantitative blood test is just one component of the diagnostic process for Niemann-Pick disease. Other tests, such as genetic testing and imaging studies, may also be necessary to confirm the diagnosis.

Test Name: NIEMANN PICK DISEASE QUANTITATIVE BLOOD Test

Components:

  • Price: AED 510.0
  • Sample Condition: 10 mL (7.5 mL min.) whole blood from 3 Lavender Top (EDTA)/Green Top (Sodium Heparin) tubes. Ship refrigerated. DO NOT FREEZE. Provide brief clinical history.
  • Report Delivery: Sample Daily by 4pm; Report 4 days
  • Method: Enzyme assay
  • Test type: Inborn errors of metabolism
  • Doctor: Pediatrician
  • Test Department: GENETIC
  • Pre Test Information: Provide brief clinical history.

If you suspect that you or someone you know may have Niemann-Pick disease, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional for proper evaluation and diagnosis. They can recommend the appropriate tests and provide guidance on treatment options and management of the condition.

Test Name NIEMANN PICK DISEASE QUANTITATIVE BLOOD Test
Components
Price 510.0 AED
Sample Condition 10 mL (7.5 mL min.) whole blood from 3LavenderTop(EDTA)\/GreenTop (SodiumHeparin)tubes.Shiprefrigerated.DONOTFREEZE.Providebrief clinicalhistory
Report Delivery SampleDailyby4pm;Report4days
Method Enzyme assay
Test type Inborn errors of metabolism
Doctor Pediatrician
Test Department: GENETIC
Pre Test Information Providebrief clinicalhistory.
Test Details

Niemann-Pick disease is a rare genetic disorder that affects the body’s ability to metabolize lipids, leading to the accumulation of harmful substances in various organs. There are several types of Niemann-Pick disease, including type A, type B, and type C.

A quantitative blood test can be performed to measure certain biomarkers that are associated with Niemann-Pick disease. These biomarkers include sphingomyelinase activity, cholesterol esterification, and the levels of certain lipids in the blood.

The quantitative blood test can help in diagnosing Niemann-Pick disease and determining the severity of the condition. It can also be used to monitor the progression of the disease and assess the effectiveness of treatment.

It is important to note that the quantitative blood test is just one component of the diagnostic process for Niemann-Pick disease. Other tests, such as genetic testing and imaging studies, may also be necessary to confirm the diagnosis.

If you suspect that you or someone you know may have Niemann-Pick disease, it is important to consult with a healthcare professional for proper evaluation and diagnosis. They can recommend the appropriate tests and provide guidance on treatment options and management of the condition.