Parasites

Angiostrongylus cantonensis is a parasite that can be transmitted to humans who consume raw or undercooked snails or slugs. Some people are symptomless or have only mild symptoms that don’t last very long. Sometimes the infection causes a rare type of meningitis. This test helps to diagnose Angiostrongylus infection by detecting IgG antibodies to the parasites.
110,000 đ
It is a quantitative test to measure the level of IgG antibodies of Angiostrongylus cantonensis in blood
91,000 đ
Ascaris lumbricoides is a parasite that causes disease when contaminated food containing its eggs is ingested. Infections are usually asymptomatic, especially if the number of worms is small. However, they may be accompanied by inflammation, fever, diarrhea, and other serious problems. Detection of specific IgM antibodies is evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG to the bacteria is evidence of past infection.
229,000 đ
Ascaris lumbricoides is a parasite that causes disease when contaminated food containing its eggs is ingested. Infections are usually asymptomatic, especially if the number of worms is small. However, they may be accompanied by inflammation, fever, diarrhea, and other serious problems. Detection of specific IgM antibodies is evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG to the bacteria is evidence of past infection.
166,000 đ
Clonorchis is a liver fluke parasite that can also infect the gallbladder and bile duct. Humans may be infected by eating raw or undercooked fish. While often symptomless, long-term infections can result in severe illness. Detection of specific IgM antibodies provides evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG is evidence of past infection.
159,000 đ
Clonorchis is a liver fluke parasite that can also infect the gallbladder and bile duct. Humans can become infected by eating raw or undercooked fish containing this parasite. While most persons do not show symptoms, long-lasting infections can result in serious illness. Detection of specific IgM antibodies can provide evidence of a current or recent infection. A demonstration of specific IgG is evidence of past infection.
199,000 đ
It is a quantitative test to measure the level of IgG antibodies of Cysticercosis in blood.
121,000 đ
Amebiasis is a disease caused by a parasite called Entamoeba histolytica. Only about 10% to 20% of people who are infected with E. histolytica become sick from the infection. The test usually indicates that you might get this parasite in the past or currently.
121,000 đ
This test is a quantitative test to measure the amount of IgG antibodies of Echinococcus in blood.
121,000 đ
Fascioliasis is a parasitic infection typically caused by Fasciola hepatica. Infection comes from accidentally ingesting (swallowing) the parasite, possibly through contaminated freshwater plants. Major symptoms include gastrointestinal problems such as nausea, vomiting, and abdominal pain/tenderness. This test is used to diagnose Fasciola infection by detecting IgG antibodies to this parasite.
121,000 đ
It is a quantitative test to measure the level of IgG antibodies of Gnasthostoma in blood
121,000 đ
It is a quantitative test to measure the level of IgG antibodies of Paragonimus in blood.
121,000 đ