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IHC - Myeloperoxidase Test, Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad

Myeloperoxidase (MPO) is an enzyme found in certain types of white blood cells, namely neutrophils and monocytes. Its primary function is to help these cells kill bacteria and other pathogens. The IHC - Myeloperoxidase (MPO) test uses immunohistochemistry, a lab technique that uses antibodies to detect the presence of specific proteins, like MPO, in a tissue sample. This test can be instrumental in diagnosing diseases related to the immune system, such as certain types of leukemia and vasculitis.

  • Test Name: IHC - Myeloperoxidase/MPO
  • Sample Type: Tissue
  • Preparations Required: No special instructions required before the test. You can maintain your normal diet and activities unless instructed otherwise by your doctor.
  • Report Time: 3 days

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Frequently Asked Questions

The IHC - MPO test is critical for diagnosing specific conditions like acute myeloid leukemia (AML) and granulomatosis with polyangiitis, which were previously known as Wegener's granulomatosis. An increased MPO level is typically seen in AML, while a decrease may suggest a diagnosis of vasculitis.

No, you do not need to fast before the IHC - MPO test. You can continue with your regular diet and daily activities unless your doctor suggests otherwise.

The frequency of this test depends on your doctor's recommendations. It is typically ordered when you have symptoms suggestive of the conditions mentioned earlier or when your doctor wants to monitor the effectiveness of your treatment.

The IHC - MPO test results can help determine whether MPO is present in your tissue samples and to what extent. High levels are usually indicative of conditions like AML, while low levels can point towards vasculitis.

A pathologist usually interprets the results of the IHC - MPO test. If the results are abnormal, your doctor will explain what this means and discuss the next steps, which may include further tests or treatments.

The normal values for the IHC - MPO test can vary. Typically, the presence of MPO in cells is considered normal, but its overexpression may suggest a disease.

There are no specific precautions to take before or after the IHC - MPO test. It's a good idea to discuss any medications you are taking with your doctor, as some drugs may influence the test results.

Several factors can affect MPO levels, including infections, inflammatory conditions, and certain medications. Both modifiable and non-modifiable factors can influence MPO levels.

If your test results are abnormal, you should consult a hematologist or rheumatologist, depending on the underlying condition suggested by the results.

Yes, the IHC - MPO test can help diagnose a range of conditions where MPO plays a role. These conditions include, but are not limited to, acute myeloid leukemia, granulomatosis with polyangiitis, and certain infections.

High levels of MPO are often indicative of conditions like acute myeloid leukemia. If your MPO levels are high, your doctor will likely recommend further testing and discuss potential treatment options with you.

The pain associated with the IHC - MPO test depends on the method used to collect the tissue sample. Some methods may cause mild discomfort, but any pain should be temporary.

The collection method for the IHC - MPO test depends on the type of tissue being sampled. Common methods include needle biopsies, surgical biopsies, or bone marrow aspirations.

No, the IHC - MPO test cannot be done at home. It requires a tissue sample collected in a clinical setting, and the test itself is performed in a laboratory by trained professionals.

The turn-around-time for the IHC - MPO test varies but is typically 2-3 days. Your doctor will notify you when the results are available.

The IHC - MPO test itself does not typically carry significant risks or complications, as it's performed on a tissue sample collected from your body. However, the method used to collect that tissue sample may have associated risks. For example, a needle biopsy may cause discomfort or bruising, and, in rare cases, infection.

Yes, results can vary slightly from lab to lab. It's essential to have the test done in a reliable and accredited laboratory to ensure accuracy. Also, it's recommended to have all follow-up tests done at the same laboratory to maintain consistency in reporting and interpretation.

There are no specific preparations required for this test. However, it is always a good idea to inform your healthcare provider about any medications or supplements you are taking, as some substances might interfere with the results.

Yes, several medical conditions can affect the IHC - MPO test results, such as inflammation or infections, which might increase MPO levels. Your doctor will interpret your results, taking into consideration your overall health condition and medical history.

After receiving your test results, it is recommended to discuss them with your doctor. They can provide insights into what the results mean for your health condition and guide you about the next steps, which might include additional testing, medication changes, or a referral to a specialist.

Remember, understanding your health and the medical tests you undergo is crucial for making informed decisions. If you have any doubts or concerns, never hesitate to reach out to your healthcare provider.

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