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What do high or low MPV levels mean?
Doctors perform the mean platelet volume (MPV) blood test on its own or as part of a complete blood count (CBC) test. The results give information on the components of a person’s blood. Platelets prevent bleeding and help wounds heal. Both high and low levels may indicate cancer, anemia, and autoimmune disorders.
Treating pain with magnetic fields
New research suggests that 'mechanoceuticals' may be the treatment of the future against chronic pain. Magnetic force can reduce pain signals in neurons.
'Vaginal rejuvenation' devices 'have serious risks,' warn FDA
Some women may opt for a 'vaginal rejuvenation' procedure to improve vaginal tone or pelvic function. This can bring 'serious' health risks, say the FDA.
Parkinson's disease: Breath test for early diagnosis steps closer
A sensor array that detects volatile molecules in exhaled breath has potential as a tool for detecting early-stage Parkinson's disease.
Molecule deficiency may help diagnose severe depression
New research shows that reduced blood levels of a specific molecule may predict the severity of major depressive disorder and change diagnostic practices.
Olfactory receptors 'do more than smell'
Human olfactory receptors are everywhere in the body — not just in the nose — and may prove useful in healthcare and medicine once we know more about them.
What to expect from a laparoscopy for endometriosis
Endometriosis is a condition that occurs when tissue similar to the tissue that lines the uterus grows in other places in the body. While physical examinations and ultrasounds can sometimes find endometriosis, a laparoscopy is the only way to be sure a person has the disease. Learn about the procedure and recovery.
New chronic fatigue syndrome test is 84 percent accurate
Researchers have developed a diagnostic test that can predict who has myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome with 84 percent accuracy.
What to know about the antidiueretic hormone (ADH) test
Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) is responsible for regulating the body’s fluid balance. Doctors can use an ADH test to help diagnose underlying conditions that cause fluid and electrolyte imbalances, such as diabetes insipidus. In this article, learn about the test and the potential causes of high and low levels of ADH.
What is the normal range for a creatinine blood test?
A creatinine blood test measures how much creatinine is in the blood. It is used to check kidney function, and high levels may indicate the kidney is damaged. The procedure involves drawing a small amount of blood for testing, and there is no special preparation necessary. Learn more about the test here.
Lithotripsy for stones: What to expect
Lithotripsy is a procedure that uses shock waves or lasers to break down stones in the kidneys, bladder, or ureter. In this article, learn about how the procedure works, the success rate, how to prepare, and what to expect during recovery. We also cover the possible risks and side effects.
New potential risk factor for heart failure
A study of more than half a million people identifies leg bioimpedance as a new risk factor for heart failure that can be measured noninvasively.
What does a cortisol level test show?
A cortisol level test measures the amount of cortisol in the blood. This hormone plays a crucial role in the body. Doctors use cortisol level tests to check for signs of Addison’s disease, Cushing’s syndrome, and adrenal function abnormalities. Learn about the cortisol level test and what the results indicate here.
What is the normal chloride level?
The chloride levels in the blood should be 96 and 106 milliequivalents per liter (MEq/L). High levels indicate hyperchloremia, while low levels indicate hypochloremia. These conditions can have many causes including severe dehydration. Treatment depends on the individual cause but may involve rehydrating. Learn more.
Why is a prolactin level test done?
A prolactin level test is done to look for health conditions that relate to the hormone prolactin. Results may indicate pituitary disorders, hypothyroidism, kidney disease, or liver disease. Male and female fertility and milk production are also affected. Treatment for high levels includes medication. Learn more here.
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