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  1. Vitamin E (Tocopherol) Test What is a vitamin E (tocopherol) test? A vitamin E test measures the amount of vitamin E in your blood. Vitamin E (also known as tocopherol ...
  2. Vitamin D Test What is a vitamin D test? Vitamin D is a nutrient that is essential for healthy bones and teeth. There are two forms of vitamin ... and certain autoimmune diseases . Why do I need a vitamin D test? Your health care provider may have ...
  3. Vitamin B Test What is a vitamin B test? This test measures the amount of one or more B vitamins in your blood or urine. B vitamins are ... certain types of anemia . Why do I need a vitamin B test? You may need this test if ...
  4. ... your liver. Prealbumin helps carry thyroid hormones and vitamin A through your bloodstream. It also helps regulate how ... may be a sign of malnutrition . Malnutrition is a condition where your body does not get the calories, vitamins , and/or minerals needed for good health. Other ...
  5. ... results. These include oral contraceptives , aspirin, cortisone, and vitamin A. Be sure to tell your health care provider ...
  6. ... levels of MMA can be a sign of a vitamin B12 deficiency. The test is also usually included ... High MMA levels can be a sign of a vitamin B12 deficiency. Vitamin B12 deficiency can lead to ...
  7. ... High homocysteine levels may be a sign of a vitamin deficiency, heart disease, or a rare inherited disorder. ... your blood, it may be a sign of a vitamin deficiency, heart disease , or a rare inherited disorder . ...
  8. ... are larger than normal, it may indicate: A vitamin B12 deficiency A deficiency in folic acid , another type of B vitamin Liver disease Hypothyroidism If your MCV levels are ...
  9. ... tumor of the parathyroid gland Kidney disease A vitamin D deficiency A disorder that makes you unable to absorb calcium ... normal, your provider may order phosphorus and/or vitamin D tests to help make a diagnosis. References Hinkle J, Cheever K. Brunner & Suddarth's ...
  10. ... it may mean you have: Anemia caused by a vitamin B deficiency Liver disease Mean corpuscular hemoglobin (MCH) ... of cholesterol in the blood Anemia caused by a vitamin B deficiency Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) If ...
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