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Tumor Markers

What does it means

What if the level is found elevated from normal value

1

CA19.9

Carbohydrate antigen 19.9 Further diagnosis

2

AFP

Alpha-Fetoprotein Further diagnosis

3

CEA

Carcinoembroynic antigen Further diagnosis

4

CA242

Carbohydrate antigen 242 Further diagnosis

5

ß- HCG

Human chorionic ganadotropin Further diagnosis

6

CA153

Cancer antigen 15.3 Further diagnosis

7

f- PSA

free Prostate specific antigen Further diagnosis

8

PSA

Prostate specific antigen Further diagnosis

9

NSE

Neuro-specific enolase Further diagnosis

10

CA125

Cancer antigen 12.5 Further diagnosis

11

Ferritin

Ferritin (Fe) Further diagnosis

12 

HGH

Human Growth Hormone Further diagnosis


Tumor markers can be used for one of four purposes:

(1) screening a healthy population or a high risk population for the presence of cancer;

(2) making a diagnosis of cancer or of a specific type of cancer;

(3) determining the prognosis in a patient;

(4) monitoring the course in a patient in remission or while receiving surgery, radiation, or chemotherapy.

The clinical information of Biomarkers C12, and what should be done if the level is found elevated from normal value:

Biomarkers C12 - An Economical And Effective Way For Cancer Screening