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Anti-Tryptase

8200
4.7
NABL, NABH, ISO
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Overview
Test Results & Interpretations

Overview of Anti-Tryptase

Test Description

This blood test is used to measure the concentration of tryptase that has been released into the blood by mast cells. Tryptase is an enzyme which gets released into the blood as a result of an allergic immune response. This test is used to detect conditions like anaphylaxis, mastocytosis, and other allergic conditions.

Why Get Tested

This test is usually suggested if you have recurrent symptoms that may resemble anaphylaxis or mastocytosis, like swollen face, itchy skin and others.


Precautions

  • No special preparation required

What Results of Anti-Tryptase mean?

Interpretations

If a high tryptase level reduces suddenly, then it is an indicator of anaphylaxis. If the tryptase levels shoot up and don’t reduce for a long period, then it is an indication of mastyocytosis.


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