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Vitamin E Blood Test

* This is not a home test kit. You will need to visit a local lab for testing.


Evaluate vitamin E deficiency in hemolytic disease in premature infants, and neuromuscular disease in infants (and adults) with chronic cholestasis, evaluate patients on long-term parenteral nutrition, patients with malignancy or malabsorption (eg, patients with cystic fibrosis, cases of intestinal bypass surgery), investigate brown-bowel syndrome.Vitamin E (a-tocopherol) is an antioxidant so widely distributed in foodstuffs that deficiency is very difficult to produce in human beings taking anything like an abnormal diet. However, vitamin E is fat soluble, and malabsorption and deficiency may develop in cases of chronic intraluminal intestinal bile deficiency.

Recommended For:

Diagnosing haemolytic disease in preterm infants, chronic cholestasis; intestinal malabsorption disorders, long term intravenous nutrition.

Special Notes:

No special preparation is necessary prior to blood sample collection.

Tests Included:

Vitamin E, Serum (931)
Vitamin E, Serum (081000)

Estimated Turn Around For Results:

2-10 Business Days

For an exact turnaround time for results, please contact us at Personalabs and we will contact the lab on your behalf as turnaround times vary depending on testing location or lab testing provider.

Additional information


LabCorp, Quest

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