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Abbreviations Anatomical Pathology Clinical Lab Departments Lab Tests Medical Specialists
100
Hemoglobin
What does HGB stand for?
100
Histology
Which lab processes autopsy tissue
100
Chemistry
Lab that measures dissolved serum components
100
Mono Test
Immunology test that measures Epsteen-Bar Virus
100
Oncologist
The specialist that treats cancers
200
Blood Urea Nitrogen
What does BUN stand for?
200
Cytology
Which lab performs Pap smears
200
Hemotology
Lab where cells are counted
200
Crossmatch
Blood Bank test that tests donor blood to patient serum
200
Hematologist
The specialist that focuses on diseases of the blood
300
Hematocrit
What does HCT stand for
300
Cytology
Which lab looks at cancer cells in small pieces of tissue
300
Microbiology
Lab that measures antibody susceptibility
300
Dipstick
Urinalysis test that measures Glucose
300
Pediatrician
The specialist that works with patients under 18 years old
400
Prothrombin Time
What does PT stand for
400
Histology
Which lab cuts tissue into thin layers
400
Immunology
Lab that determines antigen-antibody reactions for disease detection
400
Na+, K+, Cl, CO2
Chemistry test that are in the electrolyte panel
400
Cardiologist
The specialist that works with the Cardiovascular system
500
Partial Thromboblastin Time
What does PTT stand for
500
Pap smear
What test uses a ThinPrep Vial
500
Coagulation
Lab that uses timed test to measure clotting time
500
Complete Blood Count
Hemotology Test that counts RBC, WBC, Platelet
500
Pathologist
The specialist that diagnoses disease using lab results






Phlebotomy

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