ARTHRITIS PROFILE - ADVANCED

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ARTHRITIS PROFILE - ADVANCED - Arthritis is a condition in which the joints become inflamed. It might affect a single joint or a number of joints. There are about 100 different varieties of arthritis, each with its own set of causes and treatment options.

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of Arthritis in the India. Other common types of Arthritis include:

  • rheumatoid arthritis (RA)

  • psoriatic arthritis (PsA)

  • gout

Osteoarthritis (OA) commonly develops after the age 50 or 60 years, but there are studies that reveal radiographic evidence of OA occurring in women in their 40s. It also tends to be more prevalent in individuals who are overweight.

Blood tests that check for specific types of antibodies like anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (CCP), RA and antinuclear antibody (ANA) are also common diagnostic tests.

Cause of Arthritis: 

  • wear and tear of a joint from overuse

  • age (OA is most common in adults over age of 50)

  • injuries

  • obesity

  • autoimmune disorders

  • genes or family history

  • muscle weakness

Symptoms of Osteoarthritis Arthritis:

  • limited range of motion that sometimes goes away after movement

  • clicking or popping with bending

  • muscle weakness around the joint

  • instability or buckling of the joint

  • bony growths in the fingers

  • grating or scraping feeling in the knees

Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA):

  • morning stiffness that can last 30 minutes or more

  • more than one affected joint

  • onset in smaller joints like feet and hands

  • same joints on both sides of the body are affected

  • fatigue

  • low-grade fever

  • inflammation of the eyes and mouth

  • inflammation of the heart muscle and blood vessels

  • low red blood cell count

Risk Factors of Arthritis: 

  • Obesity.¬†Particularly associated with OA, being overweight puts added stress on weight-bearing joints in the body, such as your knees and hips. Losing excess weight can help reduce your risk of developing arthritis, and it may also help if you already have the condition.

  • Age and gender.¬†The risk of developing arthritis increases with age. Also, women are more likely¬†than men to develop most forms of arthritis. The exception is gout,¬†which is more prominent in men.

  • Overuse injuries.¬†Repetitive stress injuries incurred during exercise, your job, or other activities may increase your risk of developing OA in the affected joint(s) later in life.

  • Your genes.¬†A family history of autoimmune diseases as well as certain inherited genes may increase your risk of RA and other related types of arthritis.

  • Smoking.¬†Your risk of developing RA increase if you smoke daily, and smoking can in turn make this autoimmune disease worse.

Booking Procedure:

  • Fill the booking form on right side with Name, Address, Mobile no.
  • Blood/Urine samples will be collected from your Home address. 10-12 hrs fasting is required.
  • You need to make the payment by cash to Thyrocare when Technician comes to pick up the samples OR Pay online after confirmation of booking.
  • Reports will be couriered at your residence in 3-4 working days if hardcopy is opted. We will email the reports within 48-72 hrs on your email address mentioned while booking.

  • Sample pickup at home

  • Online reports within 48 hours
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ARTHRITIS PROFILE - ADVANCED - Arthritis is a condition in which the joints become inflamed. It might affect a single joint or a number of joints. There are about 100 different varieties of arthritis, each with its own set of causes and treatment options.

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common type of Arthritis in the India. Other common types of Arthritis include:

  • rheumatoid arthritis (RA)

  • psoriatic arthritis (PsA)

  • gout

Osteoarthritis (OA) commonly develops after the age 50 or 60 years, but there are studies that reveal radiographic evidence of OA occurring in women in their 40s. It also tends to be more prevalent in individuals who are overweight.

Blood tests that check for specific types of antibodies like anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide (CCP), RA and antinuclear antibody (ANA) are also common diagnostic tests.

Cause of Arthritis: 

  • wear and tear of a joint from overuse

  • age (OA is most common in adults over age of 50)

  • injuries

  • obesity

  • autoimmune disorders

  • genes or family history

  • muscle weakness

Symptoms of Osteoarthritis Arthritis:

  • limited range of motion that sometimes goes away after movement

  • clicking or popping with bending

  • muscle weakness around the joint

  • instability or buckling of the joint

  • bony growths in the fingers

  • grating or scraping feeling in the knees

Symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis (RA):

  • morning stiffness that can last 30 minutes or more

  • more than one affected joint

  • onset in smaller joints like feet and hands

  • same joints on both sides of the body are affected

  • fatigue

  • low-grade fever

  • inflammation of the eyes and mouth

  • inflammation of the heart muscle and blood vessels

  • low red blood cell count

Risk Factors of Arthritis: 

  • Obesity.¬†Particularly associated with OA, being overweight puts added stress on weight-bearing joints in the body, such as your knees and hips. Losing excess weight can help reduce your risk of developing arthritis, and it may also help if you already have the condition.

  • Age and gender.¬†The risk of developing arthritis increases with age. Also, women are more likely¬†than men to develop most forms of arthritis. The exception is gout,¬†which is more prominent in men.

  • Overuse injuries.¬†Repetitive stress injuries incurred during exercise, your job, or other activities may increase your risk of developing OA in the affected joint(s) later in life.

  • Your genes.¬†A family history of autoimmune diseases as well as certain inherited genes may increase your risk of RA and other related types of arthritis.

  • Smoking.¬†Your risk of developing RA increase if you smoke daily, and smoking can in turn make this autoimmune disease worse.

Booking Procedure:

  • Fill the booking form on right side with Name, Address, Mobile no.
  • Blood/Urine samples will be collected from your Home address. 10-12 hrs fasting is required.
  • You need to make the payment by cash to Thyrocare when Technician comes to pick up the samples OR Pay online after confirmation of booking.
  • Reports will be couriered at your residence in 3-4 working days if hardcopy is opted. We will email the reports within 48-72 hrs on your email address mentioned while booking.

  • Sample pickup at home

  • Online reports within 48 hours

Tests Included (63+)

Others (4)
ANTI STREPTOLYSIN - O (ASO) COMPLEMENT 3 (C3) C-REACTIVE PROTEIN (CRP) RHEUMATOID FACTOR (RF)
IRON DEFICIENCY (3)
% TRANSFERRIN SATURATION IRON TOTAL IRON BINDING CAPACITY (TIBC)
LIVER (11)
SERUM ALB/GLOBULIN RATIO ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE BILIRUBIN -DIRECT BILIRUBIN (INDIRECT) BILIRUBIN - TOTAL GAMMA GLUTAMYL TRANSFERASE (GGT) PROTEIN - TOTAL ALBUMIN - SERUM SERUM GLOBULIN ASPARTATE AMINOTRANSFERASE (SGOT ) ALANINE TRANSAMINASE (SGPT)
COMPLETE HEMOGRAM (24)
BASOPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT EOSINOPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT LYMPHOCYTES - ABSOLUTE COUNT MONOCYTES - ABSOLUTE COUNT NEUTROPHILS - ABSOLUTE COUNT BASOPHILS EOSINOPHILS HEMOGLOBIN IMMATURE GRANULOCYTES(IG) IMMATURE GRANULOCYTE PERCENTAGE(IG%) TOTAL LEUCOCYTES COUNT LYMPHOCYTE PERCENTAGE MEAN CORPUSCULAR HEMOGLOBIN(MCH) MEAN CORP.HEMO.CONC(MCHC) MEAN CORPUSCULAR VOLUME(MCV) MONOCYTES NEUTROPHILS NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELLS NUCLEATED RED BLOOD CELLS % HEMATOCRIT(PCV) PLATELET COUNT TOTAL RBC RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH (RDW-CV) RED CELL DISTRIBUTION WIDTH - SD(RDW-SD)
DIABETES (2)
AVERAGE BLOOD GLUCOSE (ABG) HbA1c
ARTHRITIS (2)
ANTI CCP (ACCP) ANTI NUCLEAR ANTIBODIES (ANA)
RENAL (5)
BUN / Sr.CREATININE RATIO BLOOD UREA NITROGEN (BUN) CALCIUM CREATININE - SERUM URIC ACID
LIPID (8)
TOTAL CHOLESTEROL HDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT LDL CHOLESTEROL - DIRECT LDL / HDL RATIO NON-HDL CHOLESTEROL TC/ HDL CHOLESTEROL RATIO TRIGLYCERIDES VLDL CHOLESTEROL
THYROID (3)
TOTAL TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3) TOTAL THYROXINE (T4) THYROID STIMULATING HORMONE (TSH)
HLA-B27 (1)
HLA-B27

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