Hi all. My doctor just sent me a copy of my labs and it appears that they got them from the innernet and just printed them. The reference ranges are cut off. Does anyone have the reference ranges from lab corp? The tests that I had done were TPO ab, triiodothyronine free, Tsh+free t4, and t4,fee(direct). These are the ones that I am mainly conserned with. I also had vit d 25-hydroxy, lipid panel with ldl/hdl ratio, comp. metobolic panel (14), cbc w/ differemtial/platelet, and urinalysis, routine. I know it sound like a lot to ask but I went to a lab that was open today and they could not help me. If at all possible just the thyroid labs would be great.
Thank you so much!
I have on hand 5 different ranges for FT3 and 3 for FT4, all in different measurement units. It would be much simpler if you would list your results and I will try to give you an approximate reference range.
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