Hyperoxaluria Panel (Currently not available)
Panel includes Glycolic acid, Oxalic acid, Glyceric acid and Glyoxylic acid
1 mL of urine in sterile screw top container
Samples may be refrigerated or remain at room temperature for up to 12 hours.
Samples stored for more than 12 hours or being transported from external sites should be frozen (-20 degrees).
Cautions: Ascorbic acid will falsely increase oxalic acid results.
- Hyperoxaluria, Primary, Type I, HP1
- Hyperoxaluria, Primary, Type II, HP2
- Hyperoxaluria, Primary, Type III, HP3
This test is useful for the identification of hyperoxaluria, a condition that may result in kidney stone formation, nephrocalcinosis, progressive kidney damage and systemic calcium oxalate deposition. Primary hyperoxaluria is a group of inherited metabolic disorders affecting glyoxylate metabolishm (types I, II, and III) that may be differentiated by respective elevations in glycolic acid, glyceric acid and glyoxylic acid.
Primary hyperoxaluria type I (PH I), primary hyperoxaluria type II (PH II), and primary hyperoxaluria type III (PH III)
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