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The following is a list of what is included in the item above. Click the test(s) below to view what biomarkers are measured along with an explanation of what the biomarker is measuring.

Phosphate (as Phosphorus) #718

1 Biomarkers - Specimen Type: Serum - Process Time*: Average 1 to 2 business days | Up to 1 business days

Prolactin #746

1 Biomarkers - Specimen Type: Serum - Process Time*: Average 1 to 2 business days

PTH, Intact and Calcium #8837

2 Biomarkers - Process Time*: Average 1 to 2 business days

Vitamin D, 1,25-Dihydroxy, LC/MS/MS #16558

3 Biomarkers - Specimen Type: Serum - Process Time*: Average 5 to 6 business days

Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy, Total, Immunoassay #17306

2 Biomarkers - Specimen Type: Serum - Process Time*: Average 1 to 2 business days

*Important Information on Lab Test Processing Times: Foxx Lab Tests is committed to informing you about the processing times for your lab tests processed through Quest Diagnostics. Please note that the estimated processing time for each test, indicated in business days, is based on data from the past 30 days across the 13 Quest Diagnostics laboratories for each test. These estimates are intended to serve as a guide and are not guarantees. Factors such as laboratory workload, weather conditions, holidays, and the need for additional testing or maintenance can influence actual processing times. We aim to offer estimates to help you plan accordingly. Please understand that these times may vary, and processing times are not guaranteed. Thank you for choosing Ulta Lab Tests for your laboratory needs.

The The Ultimate Vitamin D Panel panel contains 5 tests with 9 biomarkers.

Test Description: The Ultimate Vitamin D Panel

Our specialized lab panel, "The Ultimate Vitamin D Panel," provides an in-depth analysis of Vitamin D levels and their influence on overall health. This panel goes beyond the standard 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) measurement, offering a multifaceted approach to Vitamin D assessment. Each component of the panel plays a crucial role in understanding your Vitamin D status:

25-Hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D): This primary marker indicates overall Vitamin D stores in the body, representing Vitamin D synthesized through the skin and obtained from diet and supplements.

Parathyroid Hormone (PTH): Essential in managing calcium and Vitamin D metabolism, PTH levels help identify Vitamin D deficiencies or parathyroid-related disorders, shedding light on abnormal calcium or Vitamin D levels.

1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D (1,25(OH)2D): As the active form of Vitamin D, this test offers insight into kidney function and Vitamin D processing, particularly valuable for individuals with renal conditions.

Calcium: A vital component for bone and neuromuscular health, calcium levels are influenced by Vitamin D and PTH. Variations in calcium levels, along with other test results, can hint at Vitamin D metabolism or parathyroid issues.

Phosphorus: This mineral, in collaboration with calcium and Vitamin D, is crucial for bone and dental health. Phosphorus levels can be affected by Vitamin D and PTH, making it a significant part of this panel.

Prolactin: Known for its role in lactation, prolactin can also be affected by Vitamin D. High prolactin levels can sometimes indicate conditions linked to Vitamin D deficiency.

Our comprehensive panel offers a nuanced understanding of your Vitamin D status, calcium-phosphorus balance, and parathyroid function. This thorough approach enhances the accuracy of diagnosing and managing Vitamin D-related disorders, bone health, and other associated conditions.

The Ultimate Vitamin D Panel

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