GOMEL REGIONAL CLINICAL
ONCOLOGICAL DISPENSARY

The laboratory has been functioning for more than 60 years. Today, we offer patients more than 100 research titles in the most diverse areas of laboratory diagnostics.

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The laboratory is equipped with modern laboratory equipment. We use laboratory technologies that guarantee high accuracy of results, both in qualitative and quantitative analysis. In our laboratory, the quality of laboratory tests and the sensitivity of the reagents used are monitored daily, which allows us to achieve the maximum accuracy of the results. Disposable vacuum-forming test tubes allow safe and comfortable collection of blood.

 

The following groups function in the structure of the clinical diagnostic laboratory:

  • Biochemical research
  • Hematological, general clinical studies;
  • Immunological, immunoenzymatic studies;
  • Radioimmunological research;
  • Molecular genetic studies;
  • Cytological studies;
  • Emergency laboratory studies.

The laboratory employs highly qualified medical staff. We appreciate your time, therefore, most laboratory tests are performed within 1 - 3 working days.

Head of KDL, laboratory diagnostics doctor of the highest category: Tyshko Alla Ivanovna

Contact phone numbers:
+375 (232) 491504, +375 (44) 5445542

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MODE OF CLINIC-DIAGNOSTIC LABORATORY FOR RECEPTION OF PATIENTS TO PAID SERVICES:

Registry
Monday-Friday
From 08.15 to 17.00
phone:
+375 (232) 491380,
+375 (232) 491311
The ticket office of paid services
Monday-Friday
From 08.15 to 16.00
phone:
+375 (232) 491500
Laboratory
  Monday-Friday
From 08.00 to 17.00
phone:
+375 (232) 491504,
+375 (232) 491930,
+375 (232) 491912, +375 (232) 491911,
+375 (232) 491889,
+375 (232) 491862

Treatment room
Monday-Friday
From 08.30 to 15.30
Friday: From 08.30 to 14.00


Combination of tumor markers for tumors of the main localizations used in the Institution 'Gomel Regional Clinical Oncology Center' Combination of tumor markers for tumors of the main localizations used in the Institution 'Gomel Regional Clinical Oncology Center'

The localization of the tumor

Tumor markers

Mammary cancer

CA 15-3, CEA, CA 72-4, CA 19-9, TPA-M (cytokeratins 8.18,19) (prolactin hormones estradiol)

Ovarian tumors:

Epithelial

Germ cell

Granulosa

CA-125, HE4, CA 72-4, CA 19-9

Beta-hCG, AFP

estradiol

Testicular tumors

Beta-hCG, AFP

Cervical cancer

SCC, CEA, Cyfra 21-1

Uterine tumor markers

The SCC, CEA, Cyfra 21-1, CA-125, CA 19-9, CA 72-4. HE4

Cancer of the vulva

SCC, CEA

Endometrial cancer

CA 125, CA 19-9, CEA, CA 72-4. HE4

Tumor markers of liver

AFP, CA 19-9 (biochemistry: GGT, AP)

Esophageal carcinoma

SCC, Tu M2-RK

Stomach cancer

CA 72-4, CEA, CA 19-9

Intestinal tumor markers

CEA, CA 19-9, CA 242, CA 72-4, Tu M2-RK

Pancreas cancer

CA 19-9, CA 242, Tu-M2 RK

Bladder Cancer

SCC, Cyfra 21-1

Clear-cell carcinoma

Tu M2-PK, SCC

Prostate cancer

PSAobschy, PSAsvob. / PSAobsch, pro2PSA

Lung cancer:

Small cell

Squamous

Adenocarcinoma

Large-

HCE, CEA,

SCC, Cyfra 21-1, CEA

CEA, CA 72-4

SCC, Cyfra 21-1, CEA

Thyroid Cancer:

Follicular papillary

Medullary

REA

thyroglobulin, TSH

calcitonin, CEA

Melanoma

S100

Tumor of lymphoid tissue

Ferritin, beta-2 microglobulin, immunoglobulins (IgA, IgM, IgG)

Recommendations
for the assessment of the results (tumor markers) refer to those skilled in the community or clinic to oncologists.

Remember! Various research methods and measurement units can be used in different laboratories. To score your results was correct and was the acceptability of the results, to conduct research in the same laboratory at the same time. A comparison of these studies will be more correct.

 

Research Research

Name research

Period of execution

SIGN, FENCE biological material

Blood sampling from a vein

 

check in

 

Treatment of blood

 

HORMONE PANEL

THYROID PANEL

immunochemical method

 

Antibodies to thyroid peroxidase (ATPO)

7 days

Antibodies to thyroglobulin (ATTG)

7 days

Thyroglobulin (TG)

7 days

Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH, thyrotropin)

7 days

Free thyroxine (T4 binding).

7 days

Free triiodothyronine (T3 binding).

7 days

ELISA method

 

Antibody to the TSH receptor

7 days

radioimmunoassay

 

Antibodies to thyroid peroxidase (ATPO)

7 days

Antibodies to thyroglobulin (ATTG)

7 days

Thyroglobulin (TG)

7 days

Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH, thyrotropin)

7 days

Free thyroxine (T4 binding).

7 days

Reproductive Panel

radioimmunoassay

 

Luteinizing hormone (LH)

10 days

Progesterone

10 days

prolactin

10 days

Follicle stimulating hormone (FSH)

10 days

total testosterone

10 days

estradiol

10 days

immunochemical method

 

total testosterone

7 days

Dehydroepiandrosterone-sulfate (DHEA-S)

7 days

Human chorionic gonadotropin (beta - hCG)

7 days

ADRENOCORTICAL PANEL

cortisol

7 days

MARKERS PRENATAL FETAL potologii

Protein - A plasma associated with pregnancy (PAPP - A)

7 days

Human chorionic gonadotropin (beta - hCG)

7 days

MARKERS OF BONE METABOLISM

Parathyroid hormone (PTH)

7 days

calcitonin

7 days

Bone alkaline phosphatase (ostaza)

7 days

25-OH vitamin D

7 days

CANCER PANEL

immunochemical method

 

Total PSA (total prostate specific antigen)

7 days

Free PSA (prostate specific antigen free)

7 days

p2PSA (preprotein prostate-antigen)

7 days

Carcino - embryonic antigen (CEA)

7 days

CA125

7 days

CA15-3

7 days

CA19-9

7 days

Neuron - specific enolase (NSE)

7 days

thymidine kinase

7 days

Alpha-fetoprotein (AFP)

7 days

Human chorionic gonadotropin (beta - hCG)

7 days

S100 protein

7 days

TPA-M (cytokeratins 8,18,19)

7 days

ELISA method

 

figure 21-1

7 days

Beta 2 microglobulin

7 days

Pyruvate kinase (Tumor M2-PK)

7 days

Epididymis protein Rights (HE4)

7 days

Squamous cell carcinoma antigen (SCCA)

7 days

CA 72-4

7 days

CA 242

7 days

PCR method

 

Mutations in genes BRCA1,2 (predisposition to breast cancer)

7 days

radioimmunoassay

 

Total PSA (total prostate specific antigen)

7 days

Total PSA (total prostate specific antigen)

7 days

INFECTIOUS PANEL

HEPATITIS

ELISA method

 

HBs Ag (hepatitis B surface antigen B)

7 days

Confirmatory test for the presence of HBs Ag

7 days

Antibodies to hepatitis C virus (Anti - HCV)

7 days

Potdtverzhdayuschy test the presence of antibodies to hepatitis C virus

7 days

PCR method

 

RNA of hepatitis C virus (HCV) (qualitative determination)

7 days

RNA of hepatitis C virus (HCV) (quantitative determination)

7 days

Genotyping of hepatitis C virus RNA

7 days

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) (qualitative determination of DNA)

7 days

Hepatitis B virus (HBV) (quantitative determination of DNA)

7 days

TORCH-INFECTION

immunochemical method

 

Specific antibodies of IgM to the capsid antigen of Epstein-Barr virus

7 days

Specific IgG antibodies to the capsid antigen of Epstein-Barr virus

7 days

Specific IgG antibodies to the nuclear antigen of Epstein-Barr virus

7 days

PCR method

 

Cytomegalovirus DNA (scraping)

7 days

Cytomegalovirus DNA (blood, qualitative determination)

7 days

DNA of Herpes simplex virus type 1 and 2 (scraping)

7 days

DNA of Herpes simplex virus type 1 and 2 (blood, qualitative determination)

7 days

Cytomegalovirus DNA / Epstein-Barr virus / HHV-6

7 days

UROGENETALNYE INFECTION

PCR method

 

Chlamydia trachomatis / Ureaplasma Mycoplasma genitalium spp./ / Mycoplasma hominis (scraping)

7 days

DNA Trichomonas vaginalis (scraping)

7 days

DNA Papilloma high oncogenic risk human virus type 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 52, 58, 59, (scraping, quantification)

7 days

DNA Papilloma high oncogenic risk human virus type 16, 18, 31, 33, 35, 39, 45, 52, 58, 59 (scraping, genotyping)

7 days

Investigation of ecological community of the urogenital tract in women (DNA Gardnerella vaginalis, DNA Atopobium vaginae, the DNA Lactobacillus spp.)

7 days

OTHER INFECTIONS

Immunoglobulin class G to antigens of Echinococcus

7 days

CYTOLOGICAL STUDY

Gynecological cytology material (scraping from the cervix, cervix, vulva, uterine cavity aspirate in the absence of endometrial hyperplasia).

3 days

Aspirate from the uterus with endometrial cancer.

3 days

Cytological examination punctates derived from tumors of the skin, breast, liver, kidney, prostate, testicular, tonsil, thyroid, salivary glands, endoscopic material.

3 days

Cytological examination punctates derived from tumors of the lung, mediastinum, retroperitoneal tumor, lymph node, soft tissue, bone, scrapings from the surface pigmented lesions.

3 days

Cytological examination of exudate, transudate (ascites, pleural, pericardial fluid).

3 days

Cytological examination of scrapings from the surface erosions, wounds, fistulae.

3 days

Urine cytology atypical cells.

3 days

Cytological examination of material obtained during surgery.

3 days

Other studies have not taken into account in p.p.1-8

3 days

RESEARCH SYSTEMS HEMOSTASIS

APTT (APTT)

1 day

Test prothrombin (PT) in the form of INR (INR)

1 day

thrombin time

1 day

fibrinogen

1 day

D - dimer

1 day

SFMC (fibrinmonomernye soluble complexes)

1 day

AT III

1 day

plasminogen

1 day

protein C

1 day

protein S

1 day

platelet aggregation

1 day

CLINICAL RESEARCH CHEMICAL

SUBTRATY

Total protein

1 day

Albumen

1 day

Electrophoretic examination (protein fraction)

2 days

Identification of monoclonal protein (M-gradient)

2 days

Urea

1 day

creatinine

1 day

sample Rehberg

1 day

Uric acid

1 day

total bilirubin

1 day

bilirubin direct

 

Glucose

1 day

Glucose tolerance test

1 day

potassium ionized

1 day

ionized sodium

1 day

ionized calcium

1 day

ionized chlorine

1 day

Calcium

1 day

Level Adjusted calcium

 

Phosphorus

1 day

Iron

1 day

TIBC

1 day

Copper

1 day

Magnesium

1 day

Cholesterol

1 day

triglycerides

1 day

HDL (high-density lipoprotein cholesterol)

1 day

LDL (low-density lipoprotein cholesterol)

1 day

ENZYMES

Alanine aminotransferase (ALT)

1 day

Aspartate aminotransferase (AST)

1 day

Alpha - amylase

1 day

Alpha - amylase in urine

1 day

Gamma - glutamattransferaza (GGT)

1 day

Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)

1 day

Total creatine kinase

1 day

Creatine kinase - MB

1 day

Lactate dehydrogenase (LDH)

1 day

Oksibutiratdegidrogenaza (LDG1)

1 day

Holinestereza

1 day

lipase

1 day

SPECIFIC PROTEINS

C-reactive protein

1 day

haptoglobin

1 day

Alpha-1-acid glycoprotein

1 day

rheumatoid factor

1 day

Antistreptolisin - About

1 day

Glycosylated hemoglobin (HbA1c)

1 day

ferritin

1 day

transferrin

1 day

hepatocuprein

1 day

microalbumin

1 day

myoglobin

1 day

apolipoprotein A1

1 day

apolipoprotein B

1 day

Immunoglobulin A (IgA)

1 day

Immunoglobulin M (IgM)

1 day

Immunoglobulin G (IgG)

1 day

Beta 2 microglobulin

1 day

MARKERS OF INFLAMMATION AND SEPSIS

immunochemical method

 

procalcitonin

3 days

Interleukin-6

3 days

HEMATOLOGY RESEARCH

Complete blood count with leukocyte differentiation (Sysmex XN 1000)

1 day

Hematological Study on platelets

1 day

Hematological studies on clotting of Sukharev and duration of bleeding by Duque.

1 day

ISOSEROLOGICAL RESEARCH

Determination of blood group and Rh - factor

1 day

Partial Rhesus antibodies

1 day

Clinical tests of urine microscopy C SLUDGE

General urine analysis

1 day

Urine analysis according to Nechiporenko

1 day

Urine analysis according Zimnitskiy

1 day

 

DIAGNOSTIC OPPORTUNITIES OF THE LABORATORY

Profile № 1. Biochemistry of blood Profile № 1. Biochemistry of blood

Standard package of biochemical assays. It allows you to quickly identify deviations in the condition of the body, the correct diagnosis and develop a treatment program. The recommended frequency of inspection - every six months.

  • Total protein
  • Urea
  • creatinine
  • total bilirubin
  • Bilirubin direct (conjugated bilirubin is associated)
  • Glucose
  • ALT (Alanine aminotransferase)
  • AST (aspartate aminotransferase)
  • Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT)
  • Alkaline phosphatase (ALP)
  • Potassium (K +), sodium (Na +,), chloro (Cl)
  • total cholesterol

 

Profile №2, Lipid status (risk indices of atherosclerosis) Profile №2, Lipid status (risk indices of atherosclerosis)

The analyzes included in this profile are used to diagnose atherosclerosis and the risk of developing its complications, such as ischemic heart disease, myocardial infarction, stroke, etc.

  •      Triglycerides
  •      Cholesterol total
  •      Cholesterol-HDL
  •      Cholesterol-LDL
  •      The coefficient of atherogenicity
  •      Apolipoprotein A1
  •      Apolipoprotein B
Profile № 3, Cardiological examination Profile № 3, Cardiological examination

This profile combines tests to assess the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases

  •      Triglycerides
  •      Cholesterol total
  •      Cholesterol-HDL
  •      Cholesterol-LDL
  •      The coefficient of atherogenicity
  •      Apolipoprotein A1
  •      Apolipoprotein B
  •      Potassium (K +), Sodium (Na +), Chlorine (Cl-)
  •      CKK (Creatine kinase)
  •      CF fraction KFK
  •      LDH (lactate dehydrogenase)
  •      LDG-1 (hydroxybutyrate dehydrogenase)
  •      AlAT (Alanine aminotransferase)
  •      AsAT (Aspartate aminotransferase)
  •      Myoglobin
  •      Prothrombin time, INR
  •      Fibrinogen
  •      D-dimers
  •      Glucose
Profile № 4, Examination of the liver Profile № 4, Examination of the liver

In the profile, tests used to identify patients with diseases of the liver or bile ducts are selected. The combination of these tests allows more reliable detection of the disease than each analysis separately.

  •      Total protein
  •      Albumen
  •      Bilirubin total and its fractions
  •      AlAT (Alanine aminotransferase)
  •      AsAT (Aspartate aminotransferase)
  •      Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT)
  •      Phosphatase alkaline (APF)
  •      Cholinesterase
  •      Ceruloplasmin
Profile № 5, Kidney examination Profile № 5, Kidney examination

In this complex, tests for the study of kidney function have been selected. Kidneys are a complex and perfect filter for blood, which releases the body from harmful metabolic products and maintains the water and mineral balance.

  •      General urine analysis
  •      Urinalysis by Nechiporenko
  •      Analysis of urine according to Zimnitsky
  •      Total protein
  •      Urea
  •      Creatinine
  •      Rheberg's test
  •      Potassium (K +), Sodium (Na +), Chlorine (Cl-)
  •      Calcium total, ionized
  •      Magnesium
  •      Phosphorus inorganic
  •      Glucose
  •      Microalbumin

 

Profile № 6, Pancreatic Profile № 6, Pancreatic

Analyzes included in the profile allow to assess the functional state of the pancreas, to diagnose the presence of diabetes mellitus.

  •      Glucose
  •      Tolerance to glucose
  •      Alpha-amylase
  •      Lipase
  •      Glycolic hemoglobin

 

Profile № 7, Coagulogram Profile № 7, Coagulogram

Coagulogram or hemostasiogram is one type of blood test. It is carried out to study the coagulation and anticoagulability of blood. Evaluation of the effectiveness of this mechanism is very important if the patient has some loss of blood, for example, during childbirth or during surgery. The study of the process of blood coagulation (hemostasis) is necessary during pregnancy, after the operation, as well as in the detection of diseases of the liver, blood vessels, pathologies of the immune system.

  •     Fibrinogen
  •     APTTV (activated partial thromboplastin time).
  •     Prothrombin time
  •     INR
  •     Thrombin time
  •     D-dimer
  •     Lupus anticoagulant (possibility of diagnosis of antiphospholipid syndrome)
  •     Antithrombin III
  •     Protein C
  •     Protein S
  •     Plasminogen

 

Profile № 8, Diagnosis of anemia Profile № 8, Diagnosis of anemia

Analyzes included in the profile allow to diagnose a lack of iron in the body, to establish the cause of the occurrence, to determine the type of anemia and to control the treatment.

  •      General analysis of blood with leukocyte formula and the study of cell morphology
  •      Reticulocytes
  •      Iron
  •      Ferritin
  •      OZHSS (General iron binding ability of blood serum)
  •      Transferrin
  •      Ceruloplasmin

 

Profile № 9, Rheumatological examination Profile № 9, Rheumatological examination

The profile includes analyzes for the diagnosis of rheumatic and autoimmune diseases, and also allows to identify and evaluate the severity of the inflammatory process.

  •      General blood test with leukocyte formula, ESR
  •      Total protein
  •      Rheumatoid factor
  •      C-reactive protein
  •      Antistreptolysin-O
  •      Uric acid
  •      Β2-microglobulin
  •      Haptoglobin

 

Profile № 10, Thyroid examination Profile № 10, Thyroid examination

A package of laboratory tests, allowing to judge the status and functioning of the thyroid gland.

  •      Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
  •      Thyroxine free (T4 free)
  •      Triiodothyronine free (T3 free)
  •      Antibodies to thyroid peroxidase (AT-TPO)
  •      Antibodies to thyroglobulin (AT-TG)
  •      Thyroglobulin

 

Profile № 11, Examination of the prostate Profile № 11, Examination of the prostate

For a screening assessment of the state of the prostate gland, it is necessary to determine the level of the following indices:

  •      PSA general
  •      PSA free
  •      PSA free / PSA total
  •      2proPSA

 

Profile № 12, Women's Health (hormones) Profile № 12, Women's Health (hormones)

Hormones in the female body decide everything. It is the hormones that determine the structure of the figure, the accumulation of fat, the growth of hair, the size and condition of the mammary glands, they support the beauty and elasticity of the skin, the tone of the vessels, and protect the bone and nervous system. Under the influence of hormones, there is a surge of strength, the mood and behavior of a woman depends! This profile includes the hormones most important for a woman.

  •     Luteinizing hormone (LH)
  •     Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
  •     Prolactin
  •     Estradiol
  •     Total testosterone
  •     Cortisol
  •     Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
  •     Thyroxine free (T4 free)
  •     HCG (human beta-chorionic gonadotropin)
  •     Dehydroepiandrosterone sulfate (DHEA-S)

 

Profile № 13, Overweight Profile № 13, Overweight

In most cases, overweight is the result of an unbalanced diet, a sedentary lifestyle, stress. Excess accumulation of adipose tissue in the body is accompanied by a number of pathologies: diabetes mellitus, reproductive failure, polycystic ovary syndrome, the realization of thyroid hormone functions and liver function.

In this profile, analyzes are collected to assess the functional state of the thyroid gland, carbohydrate metabolism, sex hormones, lipid status.

  •     Total cholesterol
  •     High-density lipoproteins (HDL)
  •     Low-density lipoproteins (LDL)
  •     The coefficient of atherogenicity
  •     Triglycerides
  •     Apolipoprotein A1
  •     Apolipoprotein B
  •     Glucose
  •     Tolerance to glucose
  •     Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH)
  •     Thyroxine free (T4 free)
  •     Glycolic hemoglobin
  •     Luteinizing hormone (LH)
  •     Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH)
  •     Prolactin

 

Profile № 14, Hospitalization in a hospital Profile № 14, Hospitalization in a hospital

This profile includes a standard set of laboratory tests, which are usually required for hospitalization in a hospital.

  •     General blood test with leukocyte formula, ESR
  •     General urine analysis
  •     Total protein
  •     Urea
  •     Creatinine
  •     Bilirubin generic
  •     Bilirubin direct (bilirubin conjugated, bound)
  •     Glucose
  •     AlAT (Alanine aminotransferase)
  •     AsAT (Aspartate aminotransferase)
  •     Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT)
  •     Phosphatase alkaline (APF)
  •     Potassium (K +), Sodium (Na +,), Chlorine (Cl-)
  •     Blood type
  •     Rhesus accessory
  •     Prothrombin time

 

Profile № 15, Diagnosis of Osteoporosis Profile № 15, Diagnosis of Osteoporosis

This profile allows you to assess the condition of the musculoskeletal system, diagnose osteoporosis.

  •      Calcium total
  •      Calcium ionized
  •      Phosphorus
  •      Phosphatase alkaline (APF)
  •      Alkaline bone phosphatase (Ostase)
  •      TTG
  •      T4 free

 

Profile №16, Hidden Sexually Transmitted Infections Profile №16, Hidden Sexually Transmitted Infections

Deterioration of the environment and deterioration of the quality of nutrition contribute to a decrease in immunity. This leads to the emergence of hidden infections, sexually transmitted infections, often asymptomatic, but affecting the condition of the body and its reproductive function in general.

The insidiousness of hidden infections is that they cause many complications, one of which is infertility.

This profile presents studies on infections that can occur in an asymptomatic form, causing irreparable harm to the human body:

  •     Trichomonas (Trichomonas vaginalis) qualitative determination of DNA
  •     Chlamydia (Chlamydia trachomatis) qualitative determination of DNA
  •     Mycoplasma hominis (qualitative DNA determination)
  •     Mycoplasma genitalium (qualitative DNA determination)
  •     Ureaplasma urealyticum, parvum) qualitative definition of DNA
  •     Herpes simplex virus 1,2 types of DNA qualitative determination
  •     Detection of cytomegalovirus (Cytomegalovirus) qualitative DNA determination
  •     Human papillomavirus high carcinogenic risk16,18,31,33,35,39,45,51,52,56,58,59 types (detection and quantitation of DNA)
  •     Human papilloma virus of high carcinogenic risk16,18,31,33,35,39,45,51,52,56,58,59 types (detection and genotyping of DNA)

 

Profile № 17, Hepatitis Profile № 17, Hepatitis

The profile is aimed at detecting viral hepatitis B and C in the body.

  •      Detection of hepatitis B virus (qualitative DNA detection)
  •      Detection of the hepatitis C virus (qualitative determination of RNA)
  •      Detection and quantification of hepatitis C virus RNA.
  •      Identification and genotyping of RNA of hepatitis C virus.
  •      Hepatitis B antigen (HBsAg).
  •      Antibodies to hepatitis C (anti-HCV)

 

Profile № 18, Mineral exchange Profile № 18, Mineral exchange
  •      Calcium total
  •      Calcium ionized
  •      Phosphorus
  •      Potassium (K +), Sodium (Na +,), Chlorine (Cl-)
  •      Iron
  •      Ferritin
  •      Transferrin
  •      OZHSS (General iron binding ability of blood serum)
  •      Magnesium
  •      Copper
  •      Ceruloplasmin

 

Profile № 19, Oncology Profile № 19, Oncology
Tumor markers are compounds that are produced by tumor cells or the body in response to tumor development.

Elevated concentrations of tumor markers can not serve as an absolute proof of the presence of a tumor, since they are often detected in diseases of a non-tumor nature. The importance of tumor markers can not be overestimated, and their definition should be considered as an additional diagnostic method with relative applicability and accuracy for each diagnosis.

The use of oncomarkers in clinical diagnosis:

Screening

- Diagnosis and monitoring of the course of the disease

- evaluation of the effectiveness of the therapy (radio, chemotherapy, hormone therapy, surgical treatment)

- Long-term follow-up with the aim of early detection of relapses and metastases of the tumor.

  •     PSA general (prostatic specific antigen common)
  •     PSA free (prostatic specific antigen free)
  •     2proPSA
  •     Cancer-embryonic antigen (CEA)
  •     CA 15-3 (Carbohydrate antigen 15-3)
  •     CA19-9 (Carbohydrate Antigen 19-9)
  •     CA-125 (carbohydrate antigen 125)
  •     CA72-4 (Carbohydrate Antigen 72-4)
  •     AFP (alpha-fetoprotein)
  •     HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin)
  •     NSE (nonspecific enolase)
  •     Β2-microglobulin
  •     Thymidine kinase
  •     Protein S-100
  •     TPA-M (cytokeratins 8,18,19)
  •     The number 21-1 (cytokeratins)
  •     Piruvatkinase
  •     The human epididymis protein (HE4)
  •     Squamous cell carcinoma antigen (SCCA)

 

Profile № 20, Annual preventive laboratory examination Profile № 20, Annual preventive laboratory examination
  • General blood test with leukocyte formula, ESR
  • General urine analysis
  • Total protein
  • Urea
  • Creatinine
  • Bilirubin generic
  • Bilirubin direct (bilirubin conjugated, bound)
  • Glucose
  • AlAT (Alanine aminotransfrase)
  • AsAT (Aspartate aminotransferase)
  • Gamma-glutamyl transpeptidase (GGT)
  • Phosphatase alkaline (APF)
  • Potassium (K +), Sodium (Na +,), Chlorine (Cl-)
  • Triglycerides
  • Cholesterol total
  • Cholesterol-HDL
  • Cholesterol-LDL

 

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