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Microbiological laboratory tests

Why is laboratory testing important?

Laboratory tests can help identify or, where appropriate, rule out the underlying diseases.

However, it is important to highlight that the result of a laboratory test does not in itself constitute a diagnosis, only the results are included in the finding. You will receive the diagnosis, therapy or treatment recommendation from your specialist or treating physician who ordered the laboratory tests.

Contact your doctor with all laboratory test results.

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Microbiological tests

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Medical microbiology examines the pathogens of infectious diseases and organisms found in the normal flora of the human body, as well as the details, manner and course of host-infection interactions, as well as the possibilities of protection and prevention against them.

Microbiological tests can be performed on samples from different parts of the body. The sample can come from the skin, upper respiratory tract, vagina, colon, which also have their own normal flora, as well as blood, spinal fluid, or punctures, which are normally sterile media.

However, the result of the microbiological test does not mean a diagnosis in itself, it is always established by the specialist ordering the test, knowing the results of other tests.

Available laboratory tests

Group B Streptococcus screening
Bacterial wound culture
Skin culture
Clostridium difficile toxin detection from stool
Nipple discharge culture
Ear drainage culture
Glans culture
Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) detection from stool
Urethral discharge culture
Vaginal discharge culture
Sputum culture
Onychomycosis fungal culture
Onychomycosis fungal culture and sensitivity

Semen culture
Nasopharyngeal culture
Candida culture from vaginal discharge
Wound, pus, aspiration sample culture (aerobic)
Wound culture
Intestinal worm egg detection from stool
Stool culture
Eye swab culture
Throat swab culture
Rectal (anal) scraping
Urine culture

Microbiological tests - Medicover