|Description||Test not routinely available.
Request should be discussed with a member of endocrine team on ext 23416
|Additional Info||Increased in acromegaly. Decreased in hypopituitarism, isolated GH deficiency, poorly controlled diabetes and caloric and protein malnutrition.
|Interpretation||IGFBP3 is the major carrier of IGF1 and IGF2. It is GH responsive.
|Min. Vol||0.2 mL|
|Freq.||Referred to external laboratory|
|Ref. Range (Male)|| |
|Ref. Range (Female)|| |
|Ref. Range (Paed)|| |
|Ref. Range Notes||Age related - see report|
|Units|| - Not Defined -|
|IP Acute TAT||Refer to Website|
|IP Routine TAT||At least 1 week|
|GP Acute TAT||Refer to Website|
|GP Routine TAT||Refer to Website|
|Turnround Comment||Dr G Wark:firstname.lastname@example.org|
Originally edited by : . Review due on 22/11/2018 12:54:19. Published By on 22/11/2017 12:54:19.