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Individual Lab Tests

On occasion a person doesn't need a full panel of blood tests or they need a specialized test. There are thousands of individual lab tests that can be ordered.

In addition to tests performed by LabCorp, many of our other lab partners also perform Individual Lab Tests. Please refer to the About the Labs We Utilize section of the website for links to all of our lab partners and a full list of tests performed by each lab.

For sample reports of some of the lab tests we order please see the links below.

Also see the following lab tests sections for additional blood tests:

Metabolic Lab Tests

Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) - LabCorp

The blood urea nitrogen (BUN) test measures the amount of urea in a blood sample. Urea is a waste product that forms as part of the body’s natural process of breaking down proteins. It is also referred to as urea nitrogen and is filtered out of the blood by the kidneys.


The BUN test is often interpreted together with creatinine to help assess how well the kidneys work. While BUN can be tested independently, it is normally included in a panel with other measurements, which offers a more extensive evaluation of the condition of your body.

Download a sample report here.

Endocrine Lab Test

17-OH Progesterone - Diagnos-Techs

17-hydroxyprogesterone (17-OHP) is a steroid hormone that is produced as part of the process of making the hormone cortisol. This test measures the amount of 17-OHP in the blood or saliva to detect and/or evaluate congenital adrenal hyperplasia (CAH), an inherited condition that results in decreased adrenal cortisol and aldosterone and increased male sex hormone (androgen) production.

Download a sample report here.

Gastrointestinal Lab Test

Entamoeba histolytica Ab, sIgA Saliva - DiagnosTechs

Several protozoan species in the genus Entamoeba colonize humans, but not all of them are associated with disease. Entamoeba histolytica is well recognized as a pathogenic ameba, associated with intestinal and extraintestinal infections. Other morphologically-identical Entamoeba spp., including E. dispar, E. moshkovskii, and E. bangladeshi, are generally not associated with disease although investigations into pathogenic potential are ongoing.

Download a sample report here.

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