GenPath Oncology Directory of Services

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GenPath Oncology Directory of Services
ONE LAB FOR
ARRAY CGH
FISH
TUMOR GENOTYPING
FLOW CYTOMETRY
HISTOLOGY
MOLECULAR GENETICS
MORPHOLOGY
GenPath Oncology Directory of Services
2014 EDITION
CLINICAL
GenPath
DIRECTORY OF SERVICES
2014
A Business Unit of BioReference Laboratories
481 Edward H. Ross Drive
Elmwood Park, New Jersey 07407
TEL (800) 627-1479
FAX (201) 791-1941
Visit our website at: www.genpath.com
DIRECTORY OF SERVICES 2014
S E C T I O N
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CONTENTS
Letter from Chief Medical Officer....................................................................................................................3
Medical and Scientific Staff..............................................................................................................................4
Laboratory Operations and Service ................................................................................................................4
How to Contact Us............................................................................................................................................5
Supplies..............................................................................................................................................................6
Specimen Preparation....................................................................................................................................13
Specimen Submission Criteria ......................................................................................................................13
Cytology Directions.........................................................................................................................................15
Pathology, Anatomic (Biopsies and Surgical Specimens)...........................................................................16
Specimen Quality and Rejection....................................................................................................................17
Connectivity Solutions....................................................................................................................................18
Test Addition After Submission......................................................................................................................22
AMA Disease-Specific Panels
Approved For Government Health Plans......................................................................................................23
Branded Reports.............................................................................................................................................25
Billing Policies and Insurance Coverage.......................................................................................................27
General Billing Information.............................................................................................................................28
List of Insurances for which Bioreference Submits Claims........................................................................29
Licenses and Regulatory Information...........................................................................................................41
How To Use The Test Directory......................................................................................................................42
S E C T I O N
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T E S T
D I R E C T O R Y
Laboratory Tests in Alphabetical Order........................................................................................................ A1
I N D E X
Laboratory Tests By Test Name............................................................................................................. B1- B5
Laboratory Tests By Test Code..................................................................................................................... B6
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DIRECTORY OF SERVICES 2014
LETTER FROM CHIEF MEDICAL OFFICER
Dear Valued Client,
Welcome to the GenPath Oncology Directory of Services for 2014. This directory provides important
information that will assist in the test ordering process, including test description and code, clinical
indication, and specimen requirements.
Our Directory of Services equips you with information on how to contact us, including phone, fax, and
e-mail addresses of respective groups in our organization. We also provide you with information on how
to effectively work with us, samples of our branded reports, and a background of our billing policies.
Please feel free to browse our alphabetical test listing, which includes information on how to submit your
specimens for processing, testing methodologies, CPT codes, and clinical indications.
GenPath Oncology is a specialized cancer laboratory serving the needs of physicians and patients
across the United States. We provide specialized testing services in the following areas: Anatomic and
Clinical Pathology, Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Hematopathology, and Molecular Pathology.
If you are unable to find information on a respective test in our Directory of Services, please do not
hesitate to call our Customer Service Department at (800) 627–1479.
On behalf of all the committed members of GenPath, I look forward to providing your patients with
unmatched diagnostic services.
Best Regards,
James Weisberger, MD
Chief Medical Officer
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DIRECTORY OF SERVICES 2014
MEDICAL AND SCIENTIFIC STAFF
Marc D. Grodman, MD
President and Chief Executive Officer
James D. Weisberger, MD
Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer, Laboratory Director
Ayala Aviram-Goldring, PhD
Director, Cytogenetics
Katherine Berezowski, MD
Medical Director, Cytology — Clarksburg, MD
Shiphali Gupta, PhD, FACMG
Laboratory Director — Milford, MA
Dehui Ku, PhD
Director, Special Coagulation
Po-Shing Lee, MD
Medical Director, Flow Cytometry
Annette Meredith, PhD
Director, Cancer Genetics
Dina Mody, MD
Laboratory Director — Houston, TX
Karim Oauhchi, MD, FACMG
Director, Cytogenetics
Kambiz Merati, MD
Director, Lenetix Laboratory
Luoquan Wang, MD
Medical Director, Cytopathology
Hashim Othman, PhD
Director, Special Chemistry and Toxicology
James Sundeen, MD
Laboratory Director — Clarksburg, MD
Ramana Tantravahi, PhD
Assistant Director, Cytogenetics — Milford, MA
LABORATORY OPERATIONS AND SERVICE
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Warren Erdmann
Senior Vice President, General Manager
Maryanne Amato
Vice President, General Manager, GenPath
Frank Buccini
Director, Molecular Testing
Nick Cetani, MS, MT (ASCP)
Vice President, Clinical Laboratory Operations
Sally Howlett
Vice President, Accounts Receivable
Karen Muthusammy
Director, Client Services
Patricia Neybold
Director, Core Lab Operations
Kathleen Phillips, MPA, MT (ASCP)
Director, Quality Systems
Estrella Moran
Director, Technical Services
Ron Rayot
Vice President, Director, Logistics
Jamie Schwartzmeyer
Director, Referral Testing
Chris Smith
Vice President, Director, Field Operations
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HOW TO CONTACT US
MAIN NUMBER
ph: fax:
(800) 627-1479
(201) 791-1941
CUSTOMER SERVICE
ph:
fax:
(800) 627-1479 Press 1
(201) 345-7166
LABORATORY SUPPLIES
ph:
fax: (800) 627-1479 Press 1
(201) 345-7166
SPECIMEN PICK UP
ph:
fax:
(800) 627-1479 Press 3
(201) 791-8878
SALES/MARKETING
ph:
(800) 627-1479 Press 5
fax: (201) 791-3810
e-mail:
[email protected]
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SUPPLIES
IMPORTANT REGULATORY NOTICE
The Federal Government, through the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (“CMS”), has
advised that laboratories may provide items, devices, or supplies if they can be used only to collect,
transport, process, or store specimens. If any of these items, devices, or supplies may be used for
purposes other than collection, transportation, processing, or storage of specimens, the laboratory
may not provide them free of charge. Among the items specifically prohibited by CMS are gloves.
With regard to those items that are permitted, such as specimen collection devices (tubes, vials,
etc.), needles, tourniquets, needle disposal containers, and refrigerators used solely for the storage
of specimens, the laboratory may only provide an amount that is reasonably related to the number of
specimens referred to the laboratory by the healthcare provider.
New York State law further restricts the types and quantities of supplies that laboratories may offer
to healthcare providers. New York permits laboratories to provide, at no charge, only those items,
devices or supplies that do not have any generally accepted use in healthcare practices other than to
collect, transport, process, or store specimens. Further, these regulations specifically prohibit additional
items, such as adhesive bandages, alcohol prep pads, gauze pads, etc. Laboratories must provide
permitted supplies, items, and devices of a size, type, and quantity reasonably related to the type and
number of specimens being referred by the healthcare provider to the clinical laboratory.
Supplies and containers for our laboratory services are provided at no additional charge. These
include all blood collection tubes, needles, needle holders, slides, preservative solutions, cytology
fixative, and transport boxes and containers specific to the testing type.
Supply request forms are available from the lab and should be used to request needed items.
Please allow two to three days for delivery of your supplies.
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SWABS, VIALS, AND CONTAINERS
Sterile Container
Viral Culturette
(Item #8406):
(Item #5493):
Plastic wide-mouthed,
Sterile swab in transport
5-ounce sterile container with
media. Use for routine
graduated measure indicator
aerobic culturettes from all
on side. Supplied with cap.
sites. (Squeeze ampule to
Use for any culture specimen
wet swab with transport
(with the exception of urine
media).
and stool cultures).
Aptima Swabs
(Item #20671):
Used for Chlamydia and
Gonorrhea testing (replaces
older PACE swabs).
Parasitology Kit - Ova and
Parasite Collection Vials
(Item #20452):
Two plastic vials containing
PVA and formalin
preservative. Inform patient
of the importance of the
proper sample volume.
JEMBEC Plate (Item #1093):
Plastic compact container
with chocolate agar. Use for
Gonorrhea cultures.
Urinalysis Tube
(Item #10100):
Plastic vial with graduated
measurement indicator
and yellow cap. Stabilizing
preservative added (note:
may be tablet or coated
tube).
DO NOT USE FOR URINE
CULTURES.
Urine Container, for
24-hour Urine Collection:
GenProbe Urine Collection
(Item #20670):
64-ounce plastic container
with handle.
Plastic vial with white
screw cap. Bacteriostatic
preservative present. Use for
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
testing.
Must specify:
No Preservative (Item #8824),
HCL (Item #34007),
Boric Acid (Item #34006) or
Acetic Acid (Item #34020).
DO NOT USE FOR ROUTINE
URINALYSIS.
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EVACUATED TUBES
Light Blue Top (Item #12695):
Green Top:
Sodium citrate as anticoagulant.
Available in 2.7-mL size. This is
a siliconized tube containing a
citrate solution which is specific
for Prothrombin Time and other
coagulation tests.
Sodium or Ammonium
Heparin as anticoagulant.
Available in 3-mL
(Item #3070) and
6-mL sizes (Item #3051).
Grey Top (Item #3172):
Lavender Top:
Potassium Oxalate as an
anticoagulant. Sodium
Fluoride as preservative.
Available in 6-mL size.
EDTA as anticoagulant. Avoid
exposure to extreme hot or
cold temperatures. Available
in 3-mL (Item #7291) and
4-mL sizes (Item #6089). Also
available in microtainer sizes
for capillary collections.
Fresh Tissue Container
(Item #13638):
One can use these disposable
culture tubes for most routine
laboratory procedures.
Red Top, Plain:
Red stopper. No additive.
Available in 3-mL
(Item #3039) and 10-mL sizes
(Item #17483). This tube
is used for tests where gel
separator is not desirable
such as therapeutic drug
monitoring. There is no need
to centrifuge this tube as it
will not remain separated
during transport.
SST with Clot Activator (Item #6088):
This tube is the normal Serum Separator Tube. Please follow these instructions when
using the Barrier Tube or the SST Tube with Clot Activator in order to obtain the most
accurate test results:
1. Collect blood specimen using the usual venipuncture technique. Fill tube completely.
2. Gently invert barrier tube 5 times to mix clot activator with blood.
3. Allow blood to clot for 30 minutes.
4. Centrifuge at High Speed for 15 minutes.
5. Remove from centrifuge. Barrier will have formed, separating cells from serum. All of
the separation gel should have moved from the bottom of the tube to form a barrier layer.
6. The sample is now ready to be transported to the laboratory. Do not remove stopper.
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KITS
Circulating Tumor Cells Kit
(Item #23763):
Frozen Coagulation Kit
(Item #33042):
Includes a CellSave tube that
is used to help oncologists
in assessing the prognosis
of patients with breast,
colorectal, or prostate cancer.
Used in the diagnosis
of acquired or inherited
disorders of the coagulation
system.
Hospital Collection Kit
(Item #33029):
Bone Marrow Collection Kit
(Item #33025):
Includes EDTA, heparin,
RPMI tubes, slide carrier, and
two blocks.
Includes two heparin tubes, an
EDTA tube, two slide carriers,
and two formalin jars (core &
clot).
Unfrozen Coagulation Kit
(Item #33041):
Fine Need Aspiration
Collection Kit (Item #17515):
Used in the diagnosis
of acquired or inherited
disorders of the coagulation
system.
Includes two slide carriers
each containing five slides,
two alcohol filled slide holders
and a CytoLyt tube.
RPMI Media (Item #G107):
Used for the culture of
human normal and neoplastic
leukocytes.
Buffered Formalin
(Item # Upon Request)
Traditional fixative, buffered
to a neutral pH.
ThinPrep Cytolyt
Collection Cup (Item #18482):
Reagent Alcohol 50%
(Item #8070):
Cellwash and transport buffer
for use with the ThinPrep
system.
For Fine Needle Aspirations.
SOLUTIONS
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REQUISITION FORMS
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SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
NAME, LAST (OR CODE NAME) Please Print
FIRST
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AGE M/F
APT. # PHONE NO.
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BILLING INFORMATION
BILL TO:
■ INSURANCE
■ MEDICARE
■ PATIENT
INS. ID #
■ MEDICAID
■ CLIENT
GROUP #
INSURANCE CARRIER:
SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
INSURANCE ADDRESS
DATE OF BIRTH
CITY
SECONDARY INSURANCE CARRIER NAME
INS. ID #
INSURANCE ADDRESS
STATE
GROUP #
ZIP
SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
CITY
HOSPITAL INPATIENT OUTPATIENT NOT A HOSPITAL PATIENT
Hematopathology Office Requisition (Item # 25425)
REFERRING PHYSICIAN
DX CODE
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DATE OF BIRTH
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PATIENT STATUS
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CHILD SELF SPOUSE OTHER _______________
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DX CODE
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DX CODE
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DX CODE
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When ordering tests for Medicare/Medicaid patients, providers should only order tests that
are medically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient, generally not for
screening. Only a few screening tests are allowed for certain conditions at specific intervals.
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PHYSICIAN’S SIGNATURE (REQUIRED FOR MEDICAID AND MEDICARE)
HEMATOPATHOLOGY OFFICE REQUISITION Form #25425
CLINICAL INFORMATION – attach CBC and Medical History
DISEASE STATES UNDER CONSIDERATION
Myeloid Neoplasms
The Office Requisition is used to order testing for
blood-borne cancers.
Lymphoproliferative Neoplasms/Plasma Cell Dyscrasias
Anemia/leukopenia/thrombocytopenia with negative clinical workup*
MDS
Essential Thrombocythemia
CMML
Polycythemia Vera
AML (Non-M3)
Primary Myelofibrosis
APL (AML-M3)
Other ____________________________
CML
* includes iron studies, B12, folate, reticulocyte count, etc.
B-ALL
T-ALL
MGUS
Plasma Cell Myeloma
Waldenstöm’s Macroglobulinemia
CLL/SLL
Mantle Cell Lymphoma
Follicular Lymphoma
Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma
Burkitt Lymphoma
Hairy Cell Leukemia
Marginal Zone Lymphoma/MALT
Hodgkin Lymphoma
Other ___________________________
TREATMENT STATUS
New Diagnosis Follow-up MRD
BMT Type Auto Allogenic Sex Mismatched
Current Rx: EPO Yes / No
G-CSF/CSF Yes / No
SPECIMEN INFORMATION
Collection Date: ________ Time: _______ Multiple Samples Submitted Yes No Test All
Body Site: ______________________________________________________
Blood ______ Green top(s) ______ Lavender top(s) Other: _______________
Bone Marrow: ______ Green top(s)______ Lavender top(s)______ Other: _______________
Slides/Smears: ______ Air dried ______ Unstained
______ Stained
Type of stain: ___________________________ Fresh Tissue Site: _________________________
5500-4 OneCheck™ Hematopathology1 -
Guidelines Based Testing.
May include any of the testing methodologies listed below.
A500-1 OneCheck™ Plus1 GenArray. Includes Array CGH, ONLY if medically necessary, and any of the testing methodologies listed below.
BONE MARROW MORPHOLOGY REVIEW Core & Clot in formalin, Smear(s) in slide carrier. May include up to 5 IHC stains.
5199-5
5202-7
Comprehensive Core, Clot & Smears
Clot Only
5200-1 Core(s) Only
5211-8 Smears Only
5207-6 Slide Consultation
FLOW CYTOMETRY 2mL Heparinized Marrow, 5mL Heparinized Blood or Fresh Tissue in RPMI.
5515-2 Myeloid Lymphoid & Acute Leukemia Analysis
5573-1 Plasma Cell Analysis (Myeloma)
A942-5 Residual B-ALL (MRD)
5535-0
5409-8
Lymphoproliferative Analysis
If CLL is detected, add ZAP-70 panel
ZAP-70 CLL/SLL Prognosis Panel
5155-7
5564-0
Residual (MRD) CLL/SLL Analysis
PNH Flaer Panel (Peripheral Blood Only)
Other: ________________________________
CYTOGENETICS
5250-6
Chromosome Analysis
2mL Heparinized Marrow (Green Top) for all Disease Types. 5mL Heparinized Blood is Acceptable Only for Acute and Chronic Leukemias.
ARRAY COMPARATIVE GENOMIC HYBRIDIZATION
5306-6
(Array CGH) 2mL Marrow in EDTA. Note: GenArray must be ordered in conjunction with Cytogenetics.
GenArray Molecular Karyotyping - Bone Marrow Specimen - 2mL
5306-6 GenArray Molecular Karyotyping for CLL - Peripheral Blood - 2mL (EDTA)
MOLECULAR GENETICS (FISH/PCR)
HEPARIN
(Green)
EDTA (only) for PCR: 2mL Marrow or 5mL Blood • Na Heparin for FISH: 2mL Marrow or 5mL Blood
DISEASE STATE
ALL Prognostic Panel
AML Comprehensive Diagnostic
AML - M1, others
AML - M2
AML - M3 (PML/RARA)
AML - M4Eo
AML - M4 & M5
AML - Prognostic
AML - Prognostic
AML - Treatment Related Panel
CHROMOSOMAL ABERRATIONS
t(9;22), 11q23
t(9;22), 11q23, t(8;21), t(15;17), inv(16)
t(9;22)
t(8;21)
t(15;17)
inv(16)
11q23 by FISH
CEPBA
FLT3 & NPM1
+8, -5q, -7q, 20q12
Systemic Mastocytosis (AML Prognosis)
c-KIT
Chronic Eosinophilic Leukemia
CLL Prognostic FISH Panel
CLL - IgVH Mutation
CML, B-ALL
Lymphoma - B - Cell
Lymphoma - Burkitt
Lymphoma - Diffuse large B-Cell
Lymphoma - Follicular
Lymphoma - Mantle Cell
Lymphoma - Non-Hodgkins
Lymphoma - T-Cell
MDS Panel
MPN - PV, ET, CIMF
MPN - ET, CIMF
MPN - PV
Multiple Myeloma Panel
Bone Marrow Transplant Monitoring
Hereditary Hemochromatosis
PERSONALIZED MEDICINE
EDTA
(Lavender)
FISH
P260-3
P261-1
5265-4
5024-5
5260-5
5025-2
5427-0
PCR
5034-4
5261-3
5035-1
8860-9
5988-1
5281-1
FIP1L1-PDGFRA
+12, 13q14.3, 17p13, 11q22
IgVH mutation analysis
BCR/ABL: t(9;22)
IGH
MYC/IGH: t(8;14)
BCL6: 3q27
BCL2/IGH: t(14;18)
BCL1/IGH: t(11;14)
BCL1, BCL2, BCL6
TCR
+8, -5q, -7q, 20qJAK2 V617F
MPL515 mutation analysis (only if JAK2 V617F is negative)
JAK2 Exon12 (only if JAK2 V617F is negative)
13q14, t(11;14) & +11, 17p13, t(4;14), 1q21
X/Y
C282Y/H63D/S65C
5179-7
5182-1
5280-3
5223-3
5858-6
5278-7
5265-4
5032-8
5027-8
5028-6
5270-4
5026-0
5273-8
5271-2
5031-0
5281-1
5157-3
5272-0
5307-4
5282-9
5066-6
ABL kinase
UGT1A1
CYP2D6
DPD, TS, MTHFR
1. May require up to 26 flow cytometry markers, 4 FISH probes, 5 IHC stains and 4 PCR assays.
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EDTA
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7.5mL in Cell Save Preservative Tube 6237-2
6290-1
5183-9
5287-8
6285-1
PATIENT ID
INTERNAL CONTROL (LAB USE ONLY)
BLOOD:
Green
Lavender
Other
MARROW:
Green
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Core
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5mL Whole Blood in EDTA. For CTC use Cell Save Tube.
Circulating Tumor Cells
Imatinib Resistance in CML
Irinotecan Toxicity
Tamoxifen Efficacy
5-FU - Drug Toxicities
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SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
INSURANCE ADDRESS
CITY
SECONDARY INSURANCE CARRIER NAME
Oncology Clinical Requisition (Item # 26474)
The Oncology Clinical Requisition is used
to order routine tests necessary for the
management of a cancer patient.
ONCOLOGY CLINICAL REQUISITION #26474
INSURANCE ADDRESS
ALL INSURANCES
RELATIONSHIP TO SUBSCRIBER
0053-9
3427-2
3422-3
0286-5
0250-1
0009-1
3320-9
2194-9
3283-9
0400-2
0461-4
0234-5
0580-1
0582-7
0583-5
0360-8
0041-4
0900-1
0516-5
0562-9
0092-7
0342-6
0150-3
0152-9
0153-7
0151-1
GROUP #
CITY
■ CHILD ■ SELF
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1644-4 (U)
3848-9 (U)
DATE OF BIRTH
STATE
INS. ID #
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■ SPOUSE
VIRAL
Acute Hepatitis Panel
CMV Ab, IgG
CMV Ab, IgM
EBV Capsid Ab, IgG
EBV Capsid Ab, IgM
EBV, Early Antigen Ab
EBV, Nuclear Antigen Ab, IgG
HIV 1/O/2 Antibody
HORMONES
Anti-thyroglobulin Ab
Cortisol (random)
Estradiol
Estrogen
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
T3, Total
T3 Uptake
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Thyroxine
ZIP
DX CODE
DX CODE
When ordering tests for Medicare/Medicaid patients, providers should only order tests that
are medically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient, generally not for screening.
Only a few screening tests are allowed for certain conditions at specific intervals.
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■ OTHER _____________________________
CLINICAL INFORMATION
PHYSICIAN’S SIGNATURE (REQUIRED FOR MEDICAID)
ANEMIA PROFILE
0064-6 Coombs (direct)
0183-4 Erythropoietin
0088-5 Ferritin
0090-1 Folate (Folic Acid)
0514-0 Haptoglobin
0102-4 Hemoglobin A1C
(S) 0216-2 Hemoglobin fractionation (HLPC)
(S) 0141-2 Reticulocyte Count
(S) 0160-2 Vitamin B12
PLASMA CELL MYELOMA
0520-7 (S)
Quantitative Immunoglobulins (IgG, IgA, IgM)
0262-6 (S)
1754-1 (U) Beta-2 Microglobulin
(L)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
Protein Electrophoresis
Immunofixation
Free Kappa & Lambda Light Chain
TUMOR MARKERS
AFP
CA 27.29
CA 125
CEA
HCG Quantitative
PSA Total
PSA Total/Free %
REFERRING PHYSICIAN
DIAGNOSIS
DATE OF BIRTH
STATE
ROUTINE TESTING
CBC with differential platelet count
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
Hepatic Function Panel
Vitamin D, 25-hydroxy
Iron & TIBC
0117-2 LDH
CARDIOVASCULAR
Basic Lipid Panel (AMA)
hs-CRP
LDL Direct
0085-1 (S)
0413-5 (S)
3893-5 (S)
0025-7
0823-5
0536-3
0055-4
1201-3
0190-9
2088-3
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(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(R)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(P)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(S)
(L)
(L)
(L)
(S)
MICROBIOLOGY
2665-8 Chlamydia Trachomatis, Amplified DNA (1st Urine)
(SC)
2666-6 N. Gonorrhea, Amplified DNA (1st Urine)
(SC)
1766-5 H. Pylori, IgA
1765-7 IgG
7736-2 IgM
(S)
0079-4 Group A Strep (Throat)
(Culturette)
Bacterial Culture
0341-8 Blood Culture (2 Bactec) 0080-2 Culture, Urine & Colony Count and Sens (Boricult)
0082-8 Wound, Aerobic Only (Source) ______
URINE TESTING
0359-0 Calcium
vol________
(24hr urine)
0072-9 Creatinine Clearance
vol________
(24hr urine, S)
0021-6 Citrate
vol________
(24hr urine)
8017-6 Electrolytes
vol________
(24hr urine)
0444-0 Oxalate
vol________
(24hr urine)
0411-9 Phosphorous (Quant)
vol________
(24hr urine)
0158-6 Uric Acid
vol________
(24hr urine)
0459-8 Urinalysis, routine (w/micros)
(U)
COLLAGEN VASCULAR DISEASE
0038-0 Antinuclear Antibody
(S)
0042-2 ASO Titer
(S)
0532-2 Complement factor C3
(S)
0533-0 Complement factor C4
(S)
0375-6 HLA-B27
(L)
0568-6 Lyme Disease Ab
(S)
0796-3 Rheumatoid Factor
(S)
Other Tests:
INTERNAL CONTROL (LAB USE ONLY)
L-LAV
CULTURETTE
R-RED
S-SST
GY-GREY
LB-LIGHT
BLUE
GR-GREEN
Y-YELLOW
W-PPT
RB-ROYAL BL
STERILE CUP
SC
VIRAL CUL
O&P
BLD. CUL
FS-FROZ SPEC
SLIDE
THINPREP
VIAL
FORMALIN
JAR
RAND URN
(CUP)
PROBE
TEC
U-URN TUBE
TIMED
URINE
BORBORICULT
FOBT
T-TAN
24-HOUR
URINE
M4
BY-BLK & YEL
LIPOTUBE
0112-3 Trip
0305-3 Draw Fee
vol =
_________
0126-3 NSP – Non-Scheduled Trip
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LAB I.D. NO.
Form #26474 (03/11)
S U P P L I E S
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REQUISITION FORMS
Final
PATIENT ID
P
A
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I
E
N
T
COMMENTS
ENTRIES WILL SHOW ON REPORT
ENTRIES WILL SHOW ON REPORT
NAME, LAST (OR CODE NAME) Please Print
FIRST
STREET
CITY
STATE
RACE/ETHNICITY: r NATIVE AMERICAN
r PACIFIC ISLANDER
r HISPANIC
BILLING INFORMATION
BILL TO:
r MEDICARE
r PATIENT
INS. ID #
GROUP #
r INSURANCE
(
MO
ZIP
r MEDICAID
r CLIENT
COLLECTED
INSURANCE CARRIER:
SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
DATE OF BIRTH
CITY
SECONDARY INSURANCE CARRIER NAME
STATE
INS. ID #
INSURANCE ADDRESS
GROUP #
ZIP
STATE
r NOT A HOSPITAL PATIENT
P
H
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S
I
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I
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Personalized Medicine Requisition (Item # 20332)
REFERRING PHYSICIAN
DX CODE
__ __ __ . __ __
DX CODE
__ __ __ . __ __
DX CODE
__ __ __ . __ __
DX CODE
__ __ __ . __ __
DATE OF BIRTH When ordering tests for Medicare/Medicaid patients, providers should only order tests
SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
CITY
PATIENT STATUS – ONE MUST BE CHECKED
r HOSPITAL INPATIENT
r HOSPITAL OUTPATIENT
DATE OF BIRTH
)
AM
DATE
TIME
PM
r ASIAN
r AFRICAN-AMERICAN
r CAUCASIAN
r ASHKENAZI JEWISH
r OTHER:______________________________________________________________
INSURANCE ADDRESS
that are medically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient, generally not for
screening. Only a few screening tests are allowed for certain conditions at specific intervals.
ZIP
___________________________________________
PHYSICIAN’S SIGNATURE (REqUIRED FOR MEDICAID)
ALL INSURANCES
RELATIONSHIP TO SUBSCRIBER
r CHILD
r SELF
r SPOUSE
r OTHER ____________________
SURGICAL #
PATIENT I.D. / ROOM NO.
ENTRIES IN THIS BOX WILL APPEAR ON REPORT
The Personalized Medicine Requisition is used to
order molecular testing specific to solid tumors.
CLINICAL INFORMATION
SPECIMEN INFORMATION
Breast
Colon
Lung
Skin
Pancreas
GI
Other Solid Tumor
Primary Tumor Site
Physician authorizes GenPath to request specimen:
Signature
Pathology Department
Surgical ID#
Phone
Collection Date
Please attach a copy of the pathology report (check the box)
Fax
COMPREHENSIVE TUMOR GENOTYPING
A635-5
Q429-3
OnkoMatch: Genotyping of AKT1, APC, BRAF, CTNNB1, EGFR, IDH1, KIT, KRAS, MAP2K1, NOTCH1, NRAS, PIK3CA, PTEN, TP53
OnkoMatch + for Lung: All 14 cancer genes plus EML4-ALK and c-MET, if ALK negative reflex to ROS1
SINGLE GENE TESTING
Lung
Colon
Individual Tests
5288-6 KRAS
B334-4 ROS1
A612-4 c-MET by IHC
A300-6 ERCC1
NEW TEST
Other
5288-6 KRAS
3371-2 MSI (PCR)
A313-9 MLH1 Promoter Methylation*
Reflex Testing**
B365-8 Reflex Dx: KRAS and MSI (PCR) -> BRAF and MLH1
5891-7 KRAS -> BRAF
B366-6 BRAF* –> MLH1
Reflex Testing**
B367-4 Reflex Dx: EGFR and KRAS –> ALK –> ROS1
B369-0 EGFR –> ALK –> ROS1
Other: ________________________________________
P264-5 MSI by PCR -> MLH1
Other: _________________________________________
*Useful for detection of Lynch Syndrome, when MSI-H is detected. Please attach MSI result.
**With the exception of MSI, ALL reflex testing is completed when the previous result is negative.
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5893-3 BRAF
5893-3 BRAF
Panel
B368-2 KRAS, EGFR, EML4-ALK, ROS1
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TEL: 800-627-1479
Melanoma
Individual Tests
5295-1 EGFR
A703-1 EML4-ALK
FAX completed form, pathology report,
and patient insurance to 201-797-0892
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Internal Control (Lab Use Only)
BLOOD:
Green
Lavender
MARROW:
Green
Lavender
Other
TISSUE:
Fresh
Block
RPMI
LAB I.D. NO.
Other
Form #20332 (06/13)
24413 Antibody Requisition
3/4/13
10:45 AM
PATIENT ID
P
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ENTRIES WILL SHOW ON REPORT
NAME, LAST (OR CODE NAME) Please Print
FIRST
STREET
AGE M/F
APT. # PHONE NO.
(
CITY
DATE OF BIRTH
)
STATE
MO DAY YR
ZIP
COLLECTED
DATE
TIME
AM
PM
BILLING INFORMATION
Antibody Requisition (Item # 24413)
The Antibody Requisition is used by a
pathologist to assist in the diagnosis of
various cancers.
A
C
C
O
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COMMENTS
ENTRIES WILL SHOW ON REPORT
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
BILL TO:
■ INSURANCE
■ MEDICARE
■ PATIENT
INS. ID #
■ MEDICAID
■ CLIENT
GROUP #
INSURANCE CARRIER:
SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
INSURANCE ADDRESS
CITY
SECONDARY INSURANCE CARRIER NAME
INSURANCE ADDRESS
ANTIBODY REQUISITION Form #24413
PERSONALIZED MEDICINE REQUISITION Form #20332
AGE M/F
APT. # PHONE NO.
A
C
C
O
U
N
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INS. ID #
DATE OF BIRTH
STATE
GROUP #
CITY
ZIP
SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
DATE OF BIRTH
STATE
ZIP
PATIENT STATUS – ONE MUST BE CHECKED
ALL INSURANCES RELATIONSHIP TO SUBSCRIBER
HOSPITAL INPATIENT OUTPATIENT NOT A HOSPITAL PATIENT
CHILD SELF SPOUSE OTHER _______________
P
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REFERRING PHYSICIAN
DX CODE
DX CODE
__ __ __ __ __
SURGICAL ID #
__ __ __
.
. __ __
DX CODE
DX CODE
__ __ __
__ __ __
. __ __
. __ __
When ordering tests for Medicare/Medicaid patients, providers should only order tests
that are medically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient, generally not for
screening. Only a few screening tests are allowed for certain conditions at specific intervals.
___________________________________________
PHYSICIAN’S SIGNATURE (REQUIRED FOR MEDICAID)
SPECIMEN INFORMATION
■ Paraffin Block ■ Formalin ■ Other ___________________ Source _______________________________
IMMUNOHISTOCHEMISTRY STAINS ■ With Interpretation ■ Technical Only ■ Digitally Imaged Slides via STORMPATH
Antibody
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A-ACT
AAT
ACTH
Actin (HHF-35)
Adenovirus
AE1/AE3
AFP
ALK-1
Amyloid A
Annexin-1
Arginase-1
BCA-225
BCL-2
BCL-6
BerEP4
Beta-Catenin
BF-1
BOB-1
CA15.3
CA19.9
CA125
Calcitonin
Caldesmon
Calponin
Calretinin
CAM 5.2
Carbonic Anhydrase
CD1a
CD2
CD3
CD4
CD5
CD7
CD8
Antibody
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CD10
CD15
CD20
CD21
CD23
CD25
CD30
CD31
CD33
CD34
CD35
CD43
CD44
CD45
CD56
CD57
CD61
CD68
CD79a
CD99
CD117
CD123
CD138
CD163
CDX2
CEA monoclonal
CEA polyclonal
Chromogranin A
CK5/6
CK7
CK8
CK 8/18
CK14
CK17
Antibody
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■
ISH AND CYTOCHEMISTRY STAINS ■ With Interpretation
ISH Stains
■ EBER
■ HPV II Low Risk
■ HPV III High Risk
■ Kappa
■ Lambda
Cytochemistry Stains
■ Acid fast bacilli (AFB)
■ Alcian Blue
■ Congo Red (amyloid)
■ Elastic
■ Fite’s acid fast stain
■ Giemsa
Antibody
CK19
CK20
CK903
c-MET
CMV
Collagen IV
COX-2
Cyclin D1 (BCL-1)
Desmin
DOG-1
EBV (LMP-1)
E-Cadherin
EGFR
EMA
EpCAM (MOC31)
ER
Factor VIIIRA
Factor XIIIa
Fascin
FLI-1
FOXP3
FSH
Gastrin
GATA-3
GCDFP-15
GFAP
GH
Glucagon
GLUT-1
Glycophorin-A
Glypican-3
Granzyme B
H. Pylori
HBcAg
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■
■ Technical Only
■ Gomori methenamine silver
(GMS)
■ Gram stain
■ Hale’s Colloidal Iron
■ Iron
■ Mucicarmine
■ Myeloperoxidase (MPO)
Antibody
HBME-1
HBsAg
HCG
HCL
Hemoglobin A (Hgb)
Hepatocyte
Her2neu/c-erb-2
HHV8
HLA-DR
HPAP
HPL
HSV I
HSV II
IgA
IgD
IgG
IgG4
IgM
Inhibin
Insulin
Kappa
Ki-67
Ksp-cadherin
Lambda
Laminin
Lewis Y
LH
Macrophage (HAM56)
Mammaglobin
Melan A
Melanosome (HMB45)
Mesothelin
MITF
MLH1
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Antibody
MSH2
MSH6
MUC1
MUC-2
MUC5AC
MUC6
MUM-1
Muramidase
Myeloperoxidase
Myogenin
Myoglobin
Napsin A
NF
NSE
OCT2
OCT 3/4
p16
p21
p40
p53
p57
p63
p120 Catenin
P504S
Parvovirus B19
PAX-2
PAX-5
PAX-8
PD1
Perforin
PLAP
PMS2
Podoplanin
PODXL-1
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PR
Prolactin
PSA
PSAP/HPAP
PSMA
PTEN
PTH
Renal cell
S100
SALL4
SMA
SMM-HWC
Somatostatin
Spirochete
Surfactant
Synaptophysin
TAG-72 (B72.3)
TCL-1
TdT
TFE3
Thrombomodulin
Thyroglobulin
TIA-1
Toxoplasma
TRAP
Tryptase
TSH
TTF1
Tyrosinase
Uroplakin
Villin
Vimentin
Wilm’s Tumor (WT-1)
ZAP-70
■ Digitally Imaged Slides via STORMPATH
■ Nonspecific esterase (NSE)
■ PAS (Periodic Acid Schiff)
■ PAS-D (Periodic Acid Schiff
with diastase)
■ Reticulin
■ Trichrome
■ Warthin-Starry
INTERNAL CONTROL (LAB USE ONLY)
SLIDES
FRESH TISSUE
BLOCK
FORMALIN
OTHER
LAB I.D. NO.
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NaMe, LaST (Or cOde NaMe) Please Print
FIrST
STreeT
aPT. # PHONe NO.
(
cITY
STaTe
aGe M/F
daTe OF BIrTH
)
MO daY Yr
ZIP
cOLLecTed
daTe
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race/eTHNIcITY:
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 PacIFIc ISLaNder  HISPaNIc  OTHer ___________________________
aM
PM
BIllInG InFOrMATIOn
BILL TO:
■ INSUraNce
PaTIeNT Id
INS. Id #
INSUraNce carrIer:
■ MedIcare ■ MedIcaId
■ PaTIeNT
■ cLIeNTcOMMeNTS
GrOUP #
SUBScrIBer’S NaMe
P
INSUraNce
addreSS
cITY
a
NaMe, LaST (Or cOde NaMe) Please Print
SecONdarY
INSUraNce carrIer NaMe
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PATHOLOGY REQUISITION
FOR REQUISITION
SOLID TUMORS
Form
#14030
PATHOLOGY
FOR
SOLID
TUMORS Form #14030
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INSUraNce
STaTe
INS. Id #
cITY
daTe OF BIrTH
eNTrIeS WILL SHOW ON rePOrT
eNTrIeS WILL SHOW ON rePOrT
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THOSPITaL INPaTIeNT  OuTPaTIeNT  nOT a HOSPITaL PaTIeNT
race/eTHNIcITY:
 NaTIVe aMerIcaN  aSIaN  aFrIcaN-aMerIcaN  caUcaSIaN  aSHKeNaZI JeWISH
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clInIcAl InFOrMATIOn
BIllInG InFOrMATIOn
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■
Fresh
INS.
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sPecIMen InFOrMATIOn
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PaTIeNT I.d. / rOOM NO.
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Solid Tumor Requisition (Item # 14030)
The Solid Tumor Requisition is used by
a pathologist primarily to assist in the
diagnosis of solid tumors.
reFerrING PHYSIcIaN
carrIer:
■ ____
MedIcare
air dried■ MedIcaId
____ StainedINSUraNce
____ Unstained
____ Type of stain: ____________
■ Paraffin Block
■ Formalin
■ B5
■ Other: ___________
■ PaTIeNT
■ cLIeNT
Site:
_______________________
BodyNaMe
Site
■ Breast
■ colorectal daTe
■ Lung
Prostate
■ Liver
■ Other: _____________________________
cOde
dX cOde
dX cOde
dX cOde
GrOUP
#
SUBScrIBer’S
OF BIrTH■ dX
INSUraNce addreSS
BreAsT
cITY
. __ __ __ __ __ . __ __ __ __ __ . __ __
IMMunOHIsTOcHeMIsTrY
__ __ __
STaTe
ZIP
__ __ __
. __ __
When ordering tests for Medicare/Medicaid patients, providers should only order tests that are
ASCO/CAP Guidelines (Only FFPE Blocks are acceptable for evaluation)
With Interp Tech Onlymedically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient, generally not for screening.
Only a few screening tests are allowed for certain conditions at specific intervals.
1.
Fixation time
____________________
2. cold
Time ____________________
■ a130-7
■
Lung carcinoma: adenocarcinoma vs. Squamous
SecONdarY
INSUraNce
carrIer NaMe
INS.Ischemia
Id #
GrOUP
#
SUBScrIBer’S NaMe
daTe OF BIrTH
With Interp Tech Only
■ a612-4
■
c-MeT by IHc
___________________________________________
■
5176-3 addreSS
■ a952-4
Breast carcinoma,cITY
r/O Microinvasion
■ a972-2 ZIP
■
Her2 by IHc in Gastric/Gastroesophageal carcinoma
INSUraNce
STaTe
PHYSIcIaN’S SIGNaTUre (reqUIred FOr MedIcaId)
■ 5198-7
■ 5425-4
er/Pr
■ 5175-5
■
GIST Profile
PaTIeNT I.d. / rOOM NO.
PATIENT
STATUS
MUST BE CHECKED All InsurAnces reLaTIONSHIP
TO SUBScrIBer
■
5161-5
■ 5127-6 – ONE
er/Pr/Her2
■ 3412-4
■ SUrGIcaL
HPV# High/Low risk by ISH
 HOSPITaL
 OuTPaTIeNT
 nOT a HOSPITaL PaTIeNT
 cHILd  SeLF  SPOUSe ■OTHer
_________ ■
HPVeNTrIeS
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■
5163-1 INPaTIeNT
■ 5433-8
er/Pr/Ki-67/Her2
8714-8
■ a943-3
■
Mismatch repair Protein (MMr) for Lynch Syndrome
■ a954-0
■ a951-6
er/Pr/Ki-67/Her2/p53
clInIcAl InFOrMATIOn
■ 5195-3
■
Neuroendocrine Neoplasm Profile
■ 5428-8
N/a
Her2 IHc - reflex 2+ to Her2 by FISH
■ 5103-7
■
NHL vs. reactive Hyperplasia, Lymphoma Panel
■ 5406-4
N/a
er/Pr/Her2 - reflex 2+ to Her2 by FISH
sPecIMen InFOrMATIOn
■ 5111-0
N/a
Pathology Slide consultation (interpretation only)
■ 5575-6
N/a
dNa Ploidy
■ 5097-1
■
ProstateBlock
cancer ■
Profile
(cK903,
■ Slides
5152-4
■ a346-9____ Ki-67
■
air dried
____ Stained
____ Unstained
____ Type of stain:
____________
■ Paraffin
Formalin
■ p63,
B5 P504S)
■ Other: ___________
■ 5191-2■ Lung ■ ■ Prostate
Spindle■cell
Neoplasm
Profile
■ Fresh
5171-4Tissue
■ 5405-6Site: _______________________
Her2 by IHc
■
Body Site
■ Breast
■ colorectal
Liver
■ Other:
_____________________________
■ 5190-4
■
Tumor of Unknown Primary
■ 5262-1
■ 5259-7
Her2 by FISH
BreAsT
IMMunOHIsTOcHeMIsTrY
Other:
■ All Breast slides will be digitally
imaged unless checked here
■ Check
digitally image TC Only slides via STORMPATH
ASCO/CAP Guidelines (Only FFPE Blocks
are acceptable for evaluation)
With
Interphere
TechtoOnly
FIsH
MOleculAr/TArGeTeD
THerAPY
■ a130-7
■
Lung carcinoma: adenocarcinoma
vs. Squamous
■
a612-4
■
c-MeT
by IHc
Tumor
Genotyping
NEW
TEST
■
■
Her2Genotyping
by IHc in Gastric/Gastroesophageal
■ a972-2
a635-5
OnkoMatch:
Tumor
of 14 cancer Genes (3) carcinoma
■
■
GIST
Profile
■ 5175-5
a642-1
OnkoMatch
+ for
Lung:
14 cancer Genes with eML4-aLK and c-MeT by IHc
■ 3412-4
■ reflex HPV
High/Low risk by ISH
■ If aLK negative,
to rOS1
■
8714-8
■
HPV High risk by ISH
lung
■
a943-3 Tests ■
Mismatch repair Protein (MMr) for Lynch Syndrome
Individual
OTHer
■ 5428-8
N/a
Her2 IHc - reflex
2+ to Her2 by FISH
■
■
Neuroendocrine Neoplasm Profile
■ 5195-3
5295-1
eGFr
■ 5406-4
N/a
er/Pr/Her2
■
■
NHL vs. reactive■Hyperplasia,
Lymphoma
Panel
With Interpretation
■ Technical
Only - reflex 2+ to Her2 by FISH
■ 5103-7
a703-1
eML4-aLK
B236-1 Tech
Only
■ 5575-6
N/a
dNa Ploidy
■
N/aby FISHPathology
Slide consultation
(interpretation
only)
■ 5111-0
B334-4
rOS1
with Interp
■ B337-7 Tech
Only NEW
TEST
■ 5152-4
■ a346-9
Ki-67
■
■
Prostate cancer Profile (cK903, p63, P504S)
■ 5097-1
a300-6
ercc1
■ 5171-4
■ 5405-6
Her2 by IHc
■
5191-2
■
Spindle cell Neoplasm Profile
Panel
■ 5262-1
■ 5259-7
Her2 by FISH
■
5190-4
■
Tumor
of
Unknown
Primary
■ B368-2
Lung Panel: KraS, eGFr, eML4-aLK, rOS1
■ All Breast slides will be digitally imaged unless checked here
Other:
reflex Testing
■ Check here to digitally image TC Only slides via STORMPATH
FIsH
■ B367-4
reflex dx: adenocarcinoma: eGFr and KraS -> aLK -> rOS1
MOleculAr/TArGeTeD
THerAPY
eGFr -> aLK
-> rOS1
■ 5324-9
■ 5253-0
comprehensive Urine Pathology (UroVysion and Urine cytology)(1) ■ B369-0
Tumor
colon Genotyping
NEW TEST
■ 5030-2
■ 5249-8
UroVysion (1)
Individual
■ a427-7
■ a428-5
Her2 by FISH in Gastric/Gastroesophageal carcinoma
■
a635-5 Tests
OnkoMatch: Tumor Genotyping of 14 cancer Genes (3)
notes:
3371-2
Microsatellite
Instability
Pcr Genes
(MSI) with eML4-aLK and c-MeT by IHc
(1) Urine specimen in ThinPrep preservative
(cytolyt) or
carbowax
■ a642-1
OnkoMatch
+ for
Lung: 14by
cancer
MOlAr
PreGnAncY
(2) p57 is always Global when ordered with dNa Ploidy
■■
a313-9
MLH1 Promoter
(for Microsatellite Instable tumors) (4)
If aLK negative,
reflex to Methylation
rOS1
■ 5555-8
N/a
dNa Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy
(3) Includes aKT1, aPc, BraF, cTNNB1, eGFr, IdH1, KIT, KraS, MaP2K1, NOTcH1, NraS, PIK3ca,
reflex Testing
lung
■PTeN,
5550-9
dNa Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy + p57 (2) Both Global
TP53 N/a
■ B365-8 Tests
reflex dx: colon: KraS and MSI -> BraF and MLH1
Individual
(4) Please attach MSI result report when sending in OTHer
specimen
5891-7
KraS -> BraF
■ 5295-1
eGFr
■ With Interpretation ■ Technical Only
B366-6
Lynch Syndrome: BraF -> MLH1
(for Microsatellite
Instable tumors) (4)
■ a703-1
eML4-aLK
■ B236-1
Tech Only
Multiple
Types
■
B334-4Tumor
rOS1
by FISH with Interp
■ B337-7 Tech Only NEW TEST
5288-6
KraS
■ a300-6
ercc1
■ 5893-3
BraF
Panel
a344-4
c-KIT/PdGFra
(GIST)
for Imatinib
resistance
■ B368-2
Lung
Panel: KraS,
eGFr,
eML4-aLK,
rOS1 (Gastric only)
1.
____________________
cold
Ischemia(UroVysion
Time ____________________
■ Fixation
5324-9 time
■ 5253-0
comprehensive2.
Urine
Pathology
and Urine cytology)(1)
With
Interp Tech
Only
■ 5030-2
■ 5249-8
UroVysion (1)
■
■
Breast
carcinoma,
r/O Microinvasion
■ 5176-3
a427-7
■ a952-4
a428-5
Her2 by
FISH in Gastric/Gastroesophageal
carcinoma
■ 5198-7
■ 5425-4
er/Pr
MOlAr PreGnAncY
■ 5161-5
■ 5127-6
er/Pr/Her2
■ 5163-1
5555-8
N/a
dNa Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy
■
■
5433-8
er/Pr/Ki-67/Her2
■ a954-0
5550-9
N/a
dNa Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy + p57 (2) Both Global
■
■
a951-6
er/Pr/Ki-67/Her2/p53
reflex Testing
InTernAl cOnTrOl (lAB use OnlY)
■ B367-4
reflex dx: adenocarcinoma: eGFr and KraS -> aLK -> rOS1
notes:
(1) Urine specimen in ThinPrep preservative (cytolyt) or carbowax
(2) p57 is always Global when ordered with dNa Ploidy
(3) Includes aKT1, aPc, BraF, cTNNB1, eGFr, IdH1, KIT, KraS, MaP2K1, NOTcH1, NraS, PIK3ca,
PTeN, TP53
(4) Please attach MSI result report when sending in specimen
see BAcK FOr
■ B369-0
eGFr -> aLK -> rOS1
cOMPleTe
PAnel lIsTInG
colon
AnDTests
cOMPOnenTs
Individual
slIDes
FresH TIssue
BlOcK
FOrMaLIN
■ 3371-2
Microsatellite Instability by Pcr (MSI)OTHer
■ a313-9
MLH1 Promoter Methylation (for Microsatellite Instable tumors) (4)
LaB I.d. NO.
reflex Testing
■ B365-8
reflex dx: colon: KraS and MSI -> BraF and MLH1
■ 5891-7
KraS -> BraF
■ B366-6
Lynch Syndrome: BraF -> MLH1 (for Microsatellite Instable tumors) (4)
Multiple Tumor Types
■ 5288-6
KraS
■ 5893-3
BraF
■ a344-4
c-KIT/PdGFra (GIST) for Imatinib resistance (Gastric only)
InTernAl cOnTrOl (lAB use OnlY)
see BAcK FOr
cOMPleTe PAnel lIsTInG
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The Special Coagulation Requisition is used to order
diagnostic testing for acquired or inherited disorders
of the coagulation system.
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DATE OF BIRTH
CITY
STATE
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SUBSCRIBER’S NAME
CITY
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DATE OF BIRTH
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When ordering tests for Medicare/Medicaid patients, providers should only order tests
that are medically necessary for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient. A few tests for
screening (certain conditions at specific intervals) are allowed.
___________________________________________
OTHER
PHYSICIAN’S SIGNATURE (REQUIRED FOR MEDICAID)
PATIENT HISTORY
Patient History (comprehensive information assists in efficient interpretation of lab results): ______________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Previous History of Thrombosis:
Venous
Arterial Thrombosis
TIA
Stroke
MI
Past History of Bleeding:
Yes
No
Plavix®
Other Anti-Thrombotic Agents ____________
Current Anticoagulation:
Aspirin
Anti-Platelet Drug
Coumadin®
Surgery Expected Date of Surgery ________________________
PANELS -
Individual tests should be ordered for Medicare/Medicaid patients. See reverse.
■ Check this box for a comprehensive interpretation of the submitted case.
6800-7 ■ General Thrombophilia Assessment for
Inherited & Acquired Disorders†
6801-5 ■ Pregnancy Thrombophilia Assessment†
6802-3 ■ Arterial & Atherothrombotic Risk – Expanded†
†
Requires a Patient Informed Consent. See Inherited DNA Mutation
Test section below.
Code
5705-9 ■
5704-2 ■
5709-1 ■
5706-7 ■
5710-9 ■
5720-8 ■
5722-4 ■
5790-1 ■
5820-6 ■
5702-6 ■
5703-4 ■
5714-1 ■
5723-2 ■
5715-8 ■
5717-4 ■
5780-2 ■
5744-8 ■
5719-0 ■
5743-0 ■
5730-7 ■
5770-3 ■
5724-0 ■
5725-7 ■
5728-1 ■
5729-9 ■
5851-1 ■
5853-7 ■
5852-9 ■
5817-2 ■
5994-9 ■
5990-7 ■
5874-3 ■
5997-2 ■
Test Name
Specimen
Activated Protein C Resistance (APCR, M)
FP
Activated Protein C Resistance (APCR, S)
FP
Alpha2 Antiplasmin
FP
Anti-Annexin V (5) Antibodies (IgG, IgM)
FS
Anti-Beta2 Glycoprotein 1 (lgG, IgM, IgA)
FS
Anti-Cardiolipin Abs (IgG, IgM, IgA) (Antiphospholipid Ab)
FS
Anti-Phosphatidyl Ethanolamine Antibodies (IgG, IgM)
FS
Anti-Phosphatidylserine Antibodies (IgG, IgM)
FS
Anti-Prothrombin Antibodies (IgG, IgM)
FS
Antiplatelet Antibody - Direct
WB (10-15 mL)
Antiplatelet Antibody - Indirect
FS
Antithrombin Activity (ATIll Activity) - Thrombin Based
FP
Antithrombin Activity (ATIII Activity) - Anti-Xa Based FP
Antithrombin Antigen
FP
C4b Binding Protein (C4b-BP)
FP
CBC, w/Diff & Platelets
WB
Collagen Binding Assay (vWF CBA)
FP
C-Reactive Protein-HS
FS
D-Dimer, Quantitative
FP
dRVVT - Complete
FP
Euglobulin Clot Lysis
FP
Factor II (2) Clotting Activity (Prothrombin Level)
FP
Factor V (5) Clotting Activity
FP
Factor VII (7) Clotting Activity
FP
Factor VIII (8) Clotting Activity
FP
Abnormal aPTT Assessment
Abnormal PT & aPTT Assessment
Abnormal PT Solely
Lupus Inhibitor Screen
Antiphospholipid Antibody & Lupus Inhibitor Assessment – Basic
Antiphospholipid Antibody & Lupus Inhibitor Assessment – Expanded
Arterial & Atherothrombotic Risk – Basic
Bleeding Diathesis Evaluation
Code
5769-5 ■
5736-4 ■
5707-5 ■
5735-6 ■
5737-2 ■
5738-0 ■
5739-8 ■
5824-8 ■
5745-5 ■
5748-9 ■
5761-2 ■
5746-3 ■
5749-7 ■
5754-7 ■
5755-4 ■
5757-0 ■
5157-3 ■
5307-4 ■
5758-8 ■
5830-5 ■
5840-4 ■
5771-1 ■
5835-4 ■
5774-5 ■
INDIVIDUAL TESTS
Test Name
Factor IX (9) Clotting Activity
Factor X (10) Antigen
Factor X (10) Chromogenic
Factor X (10) Clotting Activity
Factor XI (11) Clotting Activity
Factor XII (12) Clotting Activity
Factor XIII (13) Activity
Fibrin Monomer
Fibrinogen Clottable Activity
Heparin Cofactor II
Heparin Level (Anti-Xa)
Heparin Platelet Antibody (HIT) by ELISA
Hexagonal Phase Assay STACLOT LA
HMW Kininogen (Fitzgerald Factor)
Homocysteine
Inhibitor Titer (Quantitative Bethesda Unit)
JAK-2 V617F Mutation Analysis
JAK-2 Exon 12 Mutation Analysis (only run if
Specimen
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
FS
FP
FP
FS
FP
WB
WB
JAK2-V617F is Negative)
Lipoprotein a, Lp(a)
Mixing Study – aPTT
Mixing Study – PT
Partial Thromboplastin Time (aPTT) Lupus Sensitive
Partial Thromboplastin (aPTT) Standard
Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor Activity (PAI-1)
FS
FP
FP
FP
FP
FP
INHERITED DNA MUTATION TESTS – Requires Patient Informed Consent Form
5992-3 ■
5860-2 ■
5818-0 ■
5993-1 ■
5989-9 ■
5825-5 ■
5826-3 ■
Code
5775-2 ■
5777-8 ■
5778-6 ■
5784-4 ■
5779-4 ■
5741-4 ■
5742-2 ■
5786-9 ■
5785-1 ■
5787-7 ■
5788-5 ■
5789-3 ■
5759-6 ■
5797-6 ■
5798-4 ■
5799-2 ■
5805-7 ■
5806-5 ■
5753-9 ■
5807-3 ■
5808-1 ■
5823-0 ■
5815-6 ■
5816-4 ■
DIC Assessment
Fibrinolytic Evaluation – Standard
For Specific Factor Inhibitor
Hyperactive Coagulation Panel
Venous Prothrombotic Risk Factor
von Willebrand Screen - Basic
von Willebrand Screen - Expanded
Test Name
Specimen
Plasminogen Activity (Chromogenic)
FP
Platelet Count
WB
Platelet Size Analysis-Smear analysis
WB
Platelet Neutralizing Procedure (PNP)
FP
Prekallikrein (Fletcher Factor) Clotting Activity
FP
Protease Activity for vWF (ADAMTS13)
FP
Protease Inhibitor Assay for vWF (ADAMTS13 Ab) FP
Protein C Antigen
FP
Protein C Chromogenic Activity
FP
Protein S Activity – Clotting
FP
Protein S Antigen – Free
FP
Protein S Antigen – Total
FP
Protein Z Antigen
FP
Prothrombin Fragment 1.2 (F1.2)
FP
Prothrombin Time (PT)
FP
Reptilase Time
FP
Ristocetin Cofactor, vWF Activity (vWF:RCoF)
FP
Ristocetin Induced Platelet Aggregation (RIPA)* FP
Smear Review (Morphology)
WB
Thrombin Time (TT)
FP
Thrombin/Antithrombin Complex (TAT)
FP
von Willebrand’s Normandy Assay**
FP
von Willebrand’s Factor Antigen (vWF:Ag)
FP
vWF Multimers***
FP
INTERNAL CONTROL (LAB USE ONLY)
Patient has signed an Informed Consent form regarding the inherited genetic tests below.
Physician Signature & UPIN # ___________________________________________________________________
5726-5 ■
5765-3 ■
5764-6 ■
5768-7 ■
Factor V (5) Leiden Mutation (FVL)
MTHFR (A1298C) Mutation
MTHFR (C677T) Mutation
PAI 4G/5G Polymorphism
WB-LAV
WB-LAV
WB-LAV
WB-LAV
5847-9 ■ Plavix Resistance (CYP2C19)
5795-0 ■ Prothrombin (G20210A) Mutation
6261-2 ■ Warfarin Pharmacogenetics
WB-LAV
WB-LAV
WB-LAV
Note: Patient Consent for Inherited DNA Mutation tests required in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nebraska, New Mexico,
New York, South Carolina, South Dakota, and Vermont.
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*5806-5 is from frozen plasma only.
**5823-0 von Willebrand’s Normandy Assay - If FVIII is ≥40%, we will not
perform this test.
***5816-4 vWF Multimers will only be performed if any of the following
criteria are met:
1. vWF:AG is <50% and vWF:Rcof activity is <40%.
2. If the vWF antigen is 2.5 folds higher than the vWF:Rcof.
3. vwF antigen level is normal and the vWF:Rcof activity is abnormal.
L-LAV
R-RED
S-SST
BL-BLUE
FROZ
PLASMA
FROZ
SERUM
RAND
URN (CUP)
U-URN
TUBE
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YELLOW
SLIDE
LAB I.D. NO.
Specimen Key
FP = Aliquoted Frozen Plasma (Blue top tube)
WB = Whole Blood, Lavender top tube, Room Temperature
PP = Requires Patient’s Presence
FS = Aliquoted Frozen Serum (SST/Red top tube)
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SPECIMEN PREPARATION
SPECIMEN LABELING
ALL SPECIMENS MAY BE POTENTIALLY INFECTIOUS MATERIAL AND SHOULD BE HANDLED,
LABELED, AND TRANSPORTED ACCORDINGLY.
It is essential that the following instructions be followed exactly to assure delivery of a specimen
that is adequate for testing. All specimens must be properly identified by using a minimum of two
identifiers that must include the patient’s name and at least one of the following: date of birth,
chart number or a unique identifier. Also, the phlebotomist must initial all specimen containers
submitted. The test request form must be completed and include the time and date of the
specimen collection, as well as the signature of the physician, or other legally-authorized person
requesting the patient’s tests.
PROPER PHLEBOTOMY TECHNIQUES
1. Fill tubes to capacity required level
2. Mix gently
3. Separate
Always make sure to collect enough
specimen.
Immediately following
collection, all plastic tubes
require mixing. Gently invert
all tubes eight (8) times,
except Light Blue Tubes
(invert 4 times).
Do not use Gel Tubes
(Red/Black SST®) for
toxicology or therapeutic
drug testing.
SPECIMEN SUBMISSION CRITERIA
Blood
When whole blood is requested, obtain the full amount in a vacuum tube as shown in the Specimen
Preparation section of this Directory of Services.
Lavender, Grey, Green, Yellow, Tan, and Royal Blue Top tubes contain different anticoagulants that
inhibit blood coagulation. When drawing these specimens, immediately invert the tube 8-10 times.
Invert Light Blue Top Tubes 3-4 times. Do not shake the tube, as this can cause hemolysis.
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Serum
Obtain sufficient blood to yield the required volume of serum. A plain Red Top tube or Red/
Speckled Top Barrier Gel Tube (SST) should be used. (Refer to Test Section for details.)
When drawing these specimens, immediately invert the tube eight (8) times. Allow the blood to
clot for no more than 30 minutes and centrifuge for 15 minutes to separate the serum at 31353465 rpms (4500-5000 rpms for coagulation testing). If a Barrier Gel Tube is used, no other
manipulations are required. Make sure that the gel has formed a thick, solid, intact barrier between
the serum and the clotted cells. If the gel trails into the bottom of the tube, re-centrifuge the
tube for another 10 minutes. If a plain Red Top Tube is used, transfer the serum with a pipette to
a Transfer Tube. It is important to avoid hemolysis. Serum in contact with red cells will produce
erroneously high Potassium, LD, AST, and ALT results and erroneously low Glucose results. Label
Transfer Tube with patient’s full name, identifiers and specimen type (e.g. serum, plasma, etc).
Plasma
When processing plasma, follow the instructions for each test.
Urine
Urinalysis: To adequately test urine specimens the sample should be collected in a tube with a
stabilizing chemical present. The tube provided contains a yellow “pop off” cap and a “Stabilur®”
tablet or coated tube that preserves the formed elements such as red cells, white cells, casts, and
epithelial cells. For urinalysis, use a paper cup and transfer about 10 mL of urine to the tube and
replace cap.
Urine Chemistry: Some assays require a 24-hour collection that may contain boric acid,
hydrochloric acid, or sodium carbonate as a preservative. Some analyses require a urine specimen
without any additive. Refer to the specific test in this Directory of Services for specific
test details. Instruct the patient to discard the first urine voided upon arising in the morning
and thereafter collect all urine specimens in a paper cup and transfer to the 24-hour container,
including the first morning voiding of the following day. A normal intake of fluid is recommended.
Measure the 24-hour volume and record it on the container and the test request form. Keep the
specimen refrigerated until picked up by the laboratory.
Urine Chemistry tests that do not require a 24-hour collection container and can be submitted in a
sterile cup; please keep refrigerated.
Frozen Specimens
Certain tests must be submitted frozen because of the viability of the analyte being tested. Keep
all frozen specimens separate from the routine tests and submit a separate test request form. As
soon as possible, separate the serum or plasma and transfer to a plastic transfer tube. Place the
specimen in the office freezer and keep until it is solid. Notify the Transportation Department as
soon as possible that you have a frozen specimen for pick up.
PLEASE STORE YOUR SPECIMEN IN THE FREEZER UNTIL PICK UP, UNLESS SPECIFICALLY
INSTRUCTED TO DO OTHERWISE.
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CYTOLOGY DIRECTIONS
Aspiration Biopsy by Fine Needle (FNA)
1. Solid masses: Do direct smears and spray with cytology spray fixative immediately.
2. Fluids: Add directly to fixative supplied in special container.
Method for Obtaining an Optimum Fine Needle Aspiration Specimen:
A high percentage of smears are difficult, and sometimes impossible to accurately diagnose.
This difficulty is primarily due to poorly preserved cellular material or a lack of adequate cellular
material. Poorly preserved material is usually due to a delay in fixing the smears or spraying
them too closely with the fixative and freezing the material. A lack of adequate cells is generally
the result of a hypocellular cystic fluid spread too thinly over the slide.
Direct Smears
1. Write patient’s name with lead pencil on frosted end of clean slide.
2. Spread material evenly over slide.
3.Fix immediately with cytology spray fixative from a distance of 10 to 12 inches until liquid
droplets form.
4. Allow slide to dry before sending it out in designated slide holder.
Fluids (Collected or Aspirated)
1. Write patient’s name on container.
2.All fluids, including bronchial washings, pleural, and peritoneal (ascitic) fluids, have to be
placed in a container with an equal volume of 50% ethyl alcohol.
3. Send fluid immediately in securely closed containers.
NOTE: A sputum specimen will be considered unsatisfactory for diagnosis if no pigmented
macrophages (dust cells) are present.
Gastrointestinal Tract Washings
1. Collect fasting specimen and transfer to a labeled container.
2. Rapidly inject 300 mL of normal saline.
3. Aspirate as much as possible of the injected saline and transfer to another labeled container.
4. If possible, repeat steps “2” and “3” with patient in different positions.
5. Specimens may be pooled or collected separately in containers of 95% ethyl alcohol.
6. Send immediately to lab.
NOTE: A Gastrointestinal Tract Washing specimen will be considered unsatisfactory if it is not
representative of the anatomic site or the slides are broken beyond repair.
Urine for Cytology
1. Specimen can be randomly collected.
2. Female patients should be instructed to wash their genitalia with soap and water prior to collection.
3. Have the patient void into a paper cup and transfer to a container with 50% ethyl alcohol.
4. Send immediately to the laboratory in a securely closed container.
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NOTE: INCLUDE PATIENT AGE AND PERTINENT CLINICAL DATA ON THE REQUEST FORM.
If there are any questions about specimen collection, or if you need to order the container of fixative, call
our Customer Service Department at (800) 627-1479.
PATHOLOGY, ANATOMIC (BIOPSIES AND SURGICAL SPECIMENS)
General Instructions
1.Use Surgical Pathology requisition form for all biopsies and surgical specimens. Relevant clinical
information should be written down in the spaces provided.
2. Write patient’s name on specimen container.
3.Place all tissues immediately in 10% buffered formalin at 10 times the volume of the specimen.
Specimen containers with 10% formalin are provided by the laboratory.
4.Send immediately to the laboratory in a securely closed container. For additional information, please
contact Customer Service.
NOTE: CPT Codes shown with tests are to be used as guidelines only and may be subject to change.
Their accuracy is neither expressed nor implied in this compendium. Please consult the AMA CPT Code
Book for further information.
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Hemolysis
Some analytes may be reported erroneously if the serum is not promptly removed from the clot,
or if the Barrier Gel Tube is not centrifuged after the clot has formed. Major discrepancies are
low Glucose, high Potassium and LDH. Hemolyzed hematological specimens are unsuitable for
testing.
Inadequate Draw or Quantity Not Sufficient (QNS)
Most tests that require anticoagulated specimens require that a full tube of blood be obtained. This
is because there is a defined quantity of anticoagulant in each tube and the ratio of anticoagulant
to the blood volume has to be exact to ensure quality results. Particularly important are Light Blue
Top Tubes used for coagulation tests. For Prothrombin Times, Activated Partial Thromboplastin
Times, and Fibrinogen determinations, blood must fill the tube to the fill line.
For CBCs, a “short draw” Lavender Top Tube will result in red cell crenation, reduced MCV and
Hematocrit, and possible changes in leukocyte morphology, platelets, and total leukocyte counts.
QNS may also be seen when an inadequate volume of serum or plasma is submitted for the
number of tests requested.
Clotted Specimens
All hematological testing utilizes anticoagulated blood. For blood counts, a Lavender Top Tube
containing the anticoagulant EDTA is required. All specimens should be collected and the tube
filled to the limit of the vacuum. Clotted samples, either macroscopic or microscopic in nature,
cannot be processed for CBC testing, as such results will produce false leukopenia, low red cell
counts, and aberrant red cell indices. As the equipment used to test blood counts incorporates a
clot detector, it is occasionally possible that specimens that appear macroscopically normal will
have small microscopic clots that are detected and that will produce incorrect results. Similarly,
small clots found in Blue Top Tubes (for coagulation tests) will result in falsely-prolonged PT and
PTT test results.
Old Specimens
Blood specimens older than 24 hours cannot be adequately tested for some analytes. Particularly
sensitive are most Hematology tests, including coagulation procedures.
Poor Cell Preservation
Blood cells, particularly leukocytes, become fragile and can be distorted morphologically if the
specimen is older than 24 hours. In such situations, a reliable differential white cell count cannot
be carried out.
Test Not Performed (TNP)
TNP may be reported for one or more of the tests requested. This “result” is entered when a test
cannot be performed on the submitted specimen (e.g. wrong tube, duplicate order, no longer
stable, etc).
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CareEvolve
We offer many options for results reporting to physicians that include courier delivery of hard
copies, report printers, structured HL7 results interface to EMRs, HL7 data to a repository via
secure transfer, and our web-based electronic order and reporting system, CareEvolve.
CareEvolve offers Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) and secure access to lab results via
the Internet.
Order Entry
A real-time bridge with the PMS
eliminates duplicate entry of patient
information.
Frequently ordered tests and panels can be combined
into a single group to streamline ordering.
User-defined “favorite” tests appear “above the line”.
Tests are automatically presented on the screen
based on the provider’s ordering history.
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Standing Orders are easily managed in CareEvolve
Results Review
If providers prefer
to review results
on paper, reports
can be printed
automatically
upon sample
completion or at
pre-scheduled
intervals.
Alert ranges may be customized for each provider to
indicate results that need review or require action.
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CareEvolve is browser independent and the touch-optimized software is easy to use on
smart phones and tablets, as well as desktops.
CareEvolve provides a Global Results Search function with the capability to screen results
and to perform patient and practice-wide analytics.
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The system also includes customized cumulative reporting, which allows the provider to select the
tests to trend over a designated time period. The graphed reports are automatically generated and
give the provider both historic and current test results at a glance, eliminating the need to search
through past
to see howfrom
currentclinical
results compare.
GenPath
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one source,
testing to bone marrow evaluation
CareEvolve Online
Clinical Trended Report
Name Smith, Phil
3.5
DOB 08/10/1952
Age 58
PID 12345
SS# 555-55-5555 Sex Male
3.50
3.0
Gamma Glob. (SPEP)
Ref Range: 0.70 - 1.90 g/dL
Time Period: All
2.5
2.0
2.50
1.90
1.60
1.5
1.43
1.58
1.37
1.60
1.80
1.25
1.0
0.5
0.0
02/2013 11/2013 08/2012 02/2012
08/2011
[1]
[2]
[3]
[4]
[5]
02/2011
[6]
08/2010
[7]
02/2010
[8]
08/2009
[9]
02/2009
[10]
Morphological Review
and Final Diagnosis
A Complete Pathology Solution
STORMPATH is GenPath’s web-enabled digital pathology service that provides pathologists
with a comprehensive service to interpret the technical component of esoteric testing. Through
STORMPATH, pathologists can order new tests, analyze results and create patient reports
efficiently. Our STORMPATH test menu includes:
•F
ISH: Interpret clear probe signals for hematological malignancies and solid tumors
• Flow Cytometry: Interpret a complete library of cell surface markers
• Breast IHC Markers: Quantify key markers such as ER, PgR, HER2, Ki-67 and p53
• UroVysion: Utilize FISH for bladder cancer assessment
• Digital Slide Imaging: Digitally view more than 220 antibodies clearly
• Surgical Biopsies: Provide custom reports for GI, GU, Derm and Prostate
• Cytology: Create custom reports for cytological specimens in women’s health
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TEST ADDITION AFTER SUBMISSION
Our Customer Service department can arrange for additional testing if the specimen is stable
and the volume is adequate after your requested tests have been completed. We are required by
Federal mandates to ask for written or electronic authorization for every test we perform. You will
receive a request for written confirmation for verbal requests via hard copy reporting or by fax.
The physician or authorized employee must sign and return this written confirmation.
GENPATH ACCESSION NUMBER
FAX
CHANGE IN TESTING AUTHORIZATION
ACCOUNT NAME:
PATIENT NAME:
DATE:
FAX:
ACCOUNT #
FAXED BY:
Submitted Specimens:
Cytology
Slide(s)
Urine(s)
Other:
Dear:
The following additional tests have been ADDED to those requested for the patient:
Reason(s):
Person spoke with:
Title:
The following tests have been DELETED from those requested for the patient:
PLEASE SIGN BELOW:
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AMA DISEASE-SPECIFIC PANELS
APPROVED FOR GOVERNMENT HEALTH PLANS
CodeProfile
3283-9
Acute Hepatitis Panel
Hepatitis A Antibody (HA Ab), IgM (86709)
Hepatitis B Core Antibody (HBcAb), IgM Antibody (86705)
Hepatitis B Surface Antigen (HBsAg) (87340)
Hepatitis C Antibody (86803)
2555-1
Basic Metabolic Panel
Calcium, Total (82310)
Carbon Dioxide (Bicarbonate) (82374)
Chloride (82565)
Creatinine (82565)
Glucose, Serum (82947)
Ionized Calcium (82330)
Potassium (84132)
Sodium (84295)
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) (84520)
3427-2
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel
Albumin (82040)
Bilirubin, Total (82247)
Calcium, Total (82310)
Carbon Dioxide (Bicarbonate) (82374)
Chloride (82565)
Creatinine (82565)
Glucose (82947)
Phosphatase, Alkaline (84075)
Potassium, Serum (84132)
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Protein, Total (84155)
Sodium, Serum (84295)
Transferase, Alanine Amino (ALT) (SGPT) (84460)
Transferase, Aspartate Amino (AST) (SGOT) (84450)
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) (84520)
0002-6
Electrolytes Panel
Carbon Dioxide (Bicarbonate) (82374)
Chloride, Blood (82435)
Potassium, Serum (84132)
Sodium, Serum (84295)
3422-3
Hepatic Function Panel/Liver Panel
Albumin (82040)
Bilirubin, Total (82247)
Bilirubin, Direct (82248)
Alkaline Phosphatase (84075)
Protein, Total (84155)
Transferase, Alanine Amino (ALT) (SGPT) (84460)
Transferase, Aspartate Amino (AST) (SGOT) (8440)
3284-7
Renal Function Panel
Albumin (82040)
Calcium, Total (82310)
Carbon Dioxide (Bicarbonate) (82374)
Chloride (82435)
Creatinine (82565)
Glucose (82947)
Phosphorus, Inorganic (Phosphate) (84100)
Potassium, Serum (84132)
Sodium, Serum (84295)
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) (84520)
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BRANDED REPORTS
GenPath reports provide easy-to-read information, which may include:
• Previous test results
• Abnormalities highlighted in yellow
• Easy to find final diagnosis
• Detail clinical abnormalities summary
®
Final Report
D
OD
CO
TC
OT
RO
SMITH, SUSAN
ONCOLOGY CENTER
DR. EXAMPLE
123 MAIN STREET
ELMWOOD PARK, NJ 07407
ACCT #: ABCDE
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P: 555-555-5555
FX
F: 555-555-5555
R
P
A
P
T
A
I
T
E
I
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T
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SAMPLE, REPORT
DOB: 9/10/1966 Age: 44Y Sex: M
SAMPLE, REPORT
Surgical #: XXXXXXXX
DOB:
Age:
Sex:
Patient ID: 55555555
Surgical #:
Address: 123 MAIN STREET
Patient ID:
ANYTOWN, NJ 01451
Address:
Phone: (999) 999-9999
S
A
S
M
A
P
M
L
P
LE
E
Final Report
Specimen ID: 111111111
Date of Report: 04/14/2013 10:40 AM
Specimen ID:
555555555
Date Collected: 04/06/2013 3:00 PM
Date of Report: 04/14/2013 10:40 AM
Date Received: 04/07/2013
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Date Collected:
Source: Bone marrow (R. post/sup I.C.)
3
Date Received:
Clinical Information: CML restaging, on
Source:
Tasigna
Clinical Information:
INTEGRATED HEMATOPATHOLOGY SUMMARY REPORT
FINAL DIAGNOSIS
Pathologist’s diagnosis comparing
current biopsy vs. previous
(1) Histologic and cytogenetic remission, history of CML.
(2) Residual molecular disease, with slightly less than a 2 log decrease in BCR/ABL from the initial marrow.
COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF CURRENT AND PRIOR RESULTS
RESULTS
Method
Interpretation
Result
Normal
Abnormal
Current Specimen ID: 111111111
301552308
Collection Date: 4/6/13
4/6/11
Morphology
Result
Normal
Abnormal
301281225
Prior Specimen ID: 222222222
Collection Date: 4/9/12
4/19/10
X
Markedly hypercellular marrow with
marked myeloid hyperplasia
consistent with chronic
myelogenous leukemia, chronic
phase (see comment).
No morphologic evidence of
accelerated phase or acute
leukemia.
Absent storage iron.
X
BCR/ABL rearrangement is
detected.
X
46,XX,t(9;22)(q11.2;q34)[20]
X
BCR/ABL1
IHC
FISH
Cytogenetics
Molecular
X
BCR/ABL1
Detected
BCR/ABL1 of b2a2 Type: Not
Detected
BCR/ABL1 of b3a2 Type: 4.79%
BCR/ABL1 of e1a2 Type: Not
Detected
Detected
BCR/ABL1 of b2a2 Type: Not
Detected
BCR/ABL1 of b3a2 Type:
227.093%
BCR/ABL1 of e1a2 Type: Not
Detected
James Weisberger, M.D.
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D
O
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SMITH, JOHN
GRACE, WILLIAM
ONCOLOGY CENTER
WILLIAM GRACE, M.D.
123 MAIN STREET
1384 BROADWAY
ELMWOOD
NJ 07407
New York,PARK,
NY 10018
ACCT
ABCDE
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(C0062-9)
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P:555-555-5555
F: 555-555-5555
P
A
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N
T
FINAL REPORT
SAMPLE, REPORT
SIDRAN, MIRIAM
DOB: 10/21/1920 Age: 92Y Sex: F
DOB:05/25/1920 Age:92 Y Sex:F
Surgical
XXXXXXXX
ID: #:0000000815
Patient
ID: 55555555
Address:210
W 19TH STREET
Address:
123 MAIN
STREET
NEW YORK,
NY 10011
P:
(212)
627-6475
ANYTOWN,
NJ 01451
Phone: (999) 999-9999
S
A
M
P
L
E
Specimen ID: 111111111
Specimen ID: 103246842
Date of Report:02/06/2013
Date Of Report: 02/06/2013
Date Date
Collected:02/05/2013
Collected: 02/05/2013
Date Time
Received:07/15/2013
Collected: 10:32
Time Date
Collected:
10:32 02/05/2013
Received:
Received:
21:56
Date Time
Received:
02/05/2013
Time Received: 21:56
CLINICAL REPORT
Albumin
AST
FERRITIN
e-GFR
GGTP
CEA
3.4 LO
34 HI
364 HI
52 LO
174 HI
5.9 HI
Calcium
8.4 LO
CA 27.29
112.9 HI
NON FASTING
Previous test result
CHEMISTRY
Test
Result
Total Protein
Albumin
Globulin
A/G Ratio
Glucose
Sodium
Potassium
Chloride
CO2
BUN
Creatinine
e-GFR
e-GFR, African American
BUN/Creat Ratio
Calcium
Uric Acid
6.5
Iron
Bilirubin, Total
LD
Alk Phos
Reference
Units
g/dL
g/dL
g/dL
6.9
5.9-8.4
3.5-5.2
1.7-3.7
1.1-2.9
70-99
133-145
3.3-5.3
96-108
22-29
8-23
0.60-1.30
>60
>60
10.0-28.0
8.6-10.2
2.5-7.9
95
0.4
201
140
3.1
1.1
79
134
4.7
98
23
18
0.99
63
18.2
Abnormal
mg/dL
mg/dL
30-160
0.1-1.0
135-214
40-156
ug/dL
mg/dL
U/L
U/L
107
0.6
264 HI
170 HI
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
<32
2.7-4.5
<33
6-42
1.6-2.6
U/L
mg/dL
U/L
U/L
mg/dL
37 HI
3.3
32
238 HI
2.2
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
Reference
Units
<200
<150
mg/dL
mg/dL
Abnormal
Reference
Units
364 HI
10-291
26-192
ng/mL
U/L
3.4 LO
52 LO
8.4 LO
34 HI
3.2
22
174 HI
1.9
CARDIOVASCULAR/LIPIDS
Test
Result
Cholesterol
Triglycerides
143
66
Test
Result
MISCELLANEOUS
Date
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
NOTE: New reference ranges for Alkaline Phosphatase effective
11/26/12.
AST
Phosphorus
ALT
GGTP
MAGNESIUM
Previous Result
6.9
4.0
2.9
1.4
71
136
4.4
100
20 LO
20
1.06
48 LO
58 LO
18.9
9.2
8.0 HI
NOTE: New reference ranges for Uric Acid effective 11/26/12.
FERRITIN
CK
Abnormal
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mmol/L
mmol/L
mmol/L
mmol/L
mg/dL
mg/dL
mL/min
mL/min
James Weisberger, M.D.
Laboratory Director
Previous Result
172
74
Previous Result
418 HI
39
Date
01/22/2013
01/22/2013
Date
01/07/2013
01/22/2013
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GenPath, a division of BioReference Laboratories, Inc., will be billing as BioReference Laboratories.
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GenPath can bill your patients directly for our services. The patient’s full name and street address
(including apartment number, city, state, and zip code) must be clearly printed in the space provided
on the requisition. A complete address at the time the test is ordered is essential. Each requisition will
result in a separate bill to the patient. Payment of patient bills is due upon receipt and, if not paid, will be
followed by subsequent reminders and normal collection activity.
GenPath offers a discount program to patients that need financial assistance.
Direct Billing To Third Party
For patients who are subscribers or recipients of benefits from one of the insurance payers listed on the
following pages, GenPath will bill that carrier directly, provided all the necessary information is supplied
with the requisition. Please be certain to include all of the necessary information in the spaces provided
on the requisition at the time the test is ordered. Complete information avoids the need to interrupt
and impose upon your staff or patients with requests for any missing information. GenPath will bill the
patient directly for services not covered, deductibles, and co-payments as determined by the carrier and
provided to GenPath on the explanation of benefits sent with the payment or rejection.
Medicare / Medicaid
For patients that are part of government healthcare programs, only AMA-approved panels should be
ordered. All other tests must be ordered individually.
Hospital Billing
GenPath is required by law to bill all hospitals for the technical component of testing performed on
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depending on the governing state laws. Patients that are deemed by the hospital as outreach patients
can be billed to the appropriate payor directly. Privately insured patients can be billed directly to the
insurance carrier if the hospital determines it to be appropriate according to their contracts. GenPath
offers professional billing for all hospital clients.
Reminder to Clinicians
GenPath would like to remind all our customers that diagnostic testing services should be ordered
only when medically necessary and when required for the diagnosis or treatment of a patient. Federal
and state payers (Medicare and Medicaid) typically exclude most testing for screening purposes only.
Exceptions and requirements are noted on following pages.
When ordering any of the tests above, outside of their corresponding utilization guidelines and without
additional documentation, please have the patient sign the Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN), so they
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any of the third-party insurance carriers that BioReference is able to bill directly, provided your
patient is an enrollee of one of these third-party carriers and you provide us with the necessary
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Our computerized billing department submits electronic claims to many insurance carriers plus
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BioReference Laboratories submits claims to the following list of insurance companies.
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American Heritage Life Ins Co
AARP
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ABA / Affordable Benefit Admin
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AMCO
Amerigroup - DC
Aftra Health Fund
Amedex Worldwide Ins Co
Amerigroup - Florida
A-G Administrators
Amerasouth Administrators
Amerigroup - Georgia
AGC / Assoc Gen Contr
Ameriben Solutions
Amerigroup - Maryland
AGVA / American Guild Varity Artists
American Administrative Group
AHCCCS / Abrazo Advantage Health Plan
American Administrators
Amerigroup - New Jersey And
New York
AHCCCS / Arizona Health Care
American Benefit Administrators
AHCCCS / Arizona Physicians IPA
American Benefit Plan Admin
AHCCCS / AZ Foundation For Medical Care
American Community
AHCCCS / Bridgeway Health Medicare
American Community Providers
AHCCCS / Bridgeway Health Solutions
American Family Insurance
AHCCCS / Care 1st Health Plan
American Family Insurance Group
AHCCCS / Comprehensive Med Plan
American Group Administrators
AHCCCS / Comprehensive Medical Dent Pl
American Health Group Inc
Amerigroup - Texas
Amerigroup - Virginia
Amerihealth Administrators
Amerihealth HMO
Amerihealth Magellan
Amerihealth Mercy Health Plan
Amidacare
Amo Med Plan
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Anchor Benefit Consulting
Avmed
Bollinger
Angel Guardian
BABB Incorporated
Boone Chapman
Antares EHP
Bakery Confectionery & Tobacco
Boulder Admin Service
Antares Magnt Prudential Ins
Bankers Life And Casualty
Bravo Health Plan
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Banner Choice
Briad Group Claims
APA Partners Inc
BAS / Benefit Administ Systems
Bricklayers Fringe Benefit
Apex Benefit Services
Bas Limited
Bridge Benefits Cbca
Appalachian Benefit Admin
Basic Benefits
Bridge Breast
APWU / American Postal Workers Union
BC Life & Health
Bridgestone Claims Services
AR Health Plan
BCS Insurance Co
British American Mediflex Gold
Archcare Advantage
BDAE Eurocare Inc
British Caymanin Insurance
Argus PMB
BDG Benefits Design Group
BRMS Benefit Risk Manage Serv
Arkansas Best Corp HPO
Beechstreet Network
BSSI / Benefit Systems & Services Inc
Arkansas Community Care
Benecorp Insurance Co
Buckeye Comm Health Plan
Arkansas First Source
Benefiit Services Inc
Business Admin Consult
Arkansas Managed Care Org
Benefit Administration Service
Butler Benefit Service Inc
ARM, Ltd
Benefit Assistance Corp
Cal Optima Direct
ARTA Western Health Network
Benefit Concepts
California Field Ironworkers
ASC Findlay
Benefit Design Administrator
Cam Administrative Services
ASEA / Alaska State Employee Assoc.
Benefit Management Inc
Cambridge
AW Claims Adminstration
Benefit Management Svcs
Capella Group
ASRM, LLC
Benefit Management Systems
Capital Admin Inc
Associated Administrators
Benefit Managment Admin
Capital Administrators Of SE
Associated Benefits Corp
Benefit Plan Administrators
Capital Blue Cross Of Pennsylvania
Association Benefit Plan
Benefit Plan Management
Caprock Health Plan
Association For Lifesytle Reform
Benefit Planners
Cardinal Insurance
Assurant Health
Benefit Services PA
Care Access
Assurecare
Benefit Solutions, Inc.
Care Improvement Plus
Assured Assistance Travel Ins
Benefit Support
Care Management Group
Assured Benefits Administrators
Benesight
Care Plus Health Plan Of Florida
Asuris Northwest Health
Benmark Inc City Of Gulfport
Care UTU Yardmasters
Atlantic Administrators Inc
Benovation
Care VU
Atlantic Medical Insurance
Berkshire Health Plan
Carefirst Blue Cross Blue Shield - PPO
Atlantic Southern Puerto Rico
Best Doctors
Careington International
Atlanticare
Best Life And Health Ins Co
Caremore Health Plan
Atlantis Health Plan
Big Lots Assoc Benefit Plan
Carenet
Atlas Administrators
Blue Advantage Of Arkansas
Caresource Michigan
Aultcare Of Ohio
Blue Bell Health Benefits
Caresource Ohio
Aultman Primetime Health Plan
Blue Choice South Carolina Medicaid
Caricare Sagicor Life
Aultra Administrative Group
Blue Cross Blue Shield PPO All States Blue Card
Cariten PPO
Ausa Life Insurance Co
Automated Claims Processing
Blue Ridge Health Network
Carolina Crescent
Auxiant
Bluegrass Family Health
Carpenters Welfare
Avalon Benefit Services
BMC Healthnet
CBA / Comprehensive Benefit Admin
Avalon Healthcare
BMI Healthplans
CBCA Administrators
Avemco Ins Co
B’nai Brith
CBH / Cigna Behavioral Health
Avera Health Plans
Boilermakers NTL Welfare Fund
CBSA / Corp Benf Srvcs Of America
Carolina Care Plan
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CCMSI Cannon Cochran Mgmt Srvs
Clear One Health Plans
Contra Costa Health Plan
CCN / Community Care Network
CMS Claims Management Services
Contractors Employee Ben Adm
CDPHP / Capital District Physicians HP
CNA
Cook Children’s Health Plan
CDS Group Health
CNIC Health Solutions
Cook Group Health Plan
CEBA
Coastal TPA Inc
Cooperative Benefit Admin
CECHP / Chipitmacha Employee Hp
Coastwise
Coordinated Benefit Plans, Inc.
Celtic Conversion Coverage
Cofinity
Core Administrative Services
Celtic Insurance
Colonial Healthcare Inc
Core Health Plan
Celticare
Colonial Life & Accident
Core Management Resources
Centercare
Colorado Access Advantage
Coresource
Central Benefits
Columbia United Providers
Corestar
Central Employee Benefit Plan
Columbian Life Ins Co
Corevalue Medical
Central Health California Alliance
Combined Benefits Admin
Cornerstone Preferred Resrc
Central Health Medicare
Combined Govenment Health Plan
Corphealth
Central Pa Teamsters H&W Fund
Commerce Benefits Group
Corporate Benefit Services
Central Reserve Life
Commonwealth Administrators
Corporate Systems Adminis
Central United Ins Co
Commonwealth Care Alliance
COSVI
Century Healthcare
Commonwealth Life Ins
Covenant Administrators Inc
Champva
Community Administrators
Coventry Carelink
Charlotte Healthcare Svc Ctr
Community Care Behavorial Health
Coventry Cares
Chartis
Community Care Life
Coventry Carolinas
Chatwins Healthcare
Community Claims Admin
Coventry Delaware
Chcc Health Plan
Community First Hlth Pln
Coventry Diamond Plan
Cherokee Indian Hosp Auth
Community Health Choice Texas
Coventry Florida
Chesapeake Life Ins Co
Community Health Network Of CT
Coventry Georgia
Chesterfield Resources
Community Health Of Missouri
Coventry Iowa
Chickasaw Nation Medical Center
Community Health Optima
Coventry Kansas
Chickering AETNA
Compass Rose Health Plan
Coventry Louisiana
Childrens Mercy Healthpart
Competitive Health
Coventry National Network
CHN / Consumer Health Network
Compnet
Coventry Nebraska
Choicenet Intercare
Comprehensive Benefit Adm
Coventry Nevada
Christian Brothers
Comprehensive Benefit Consultants
Coventry Oklahoma
Christian Care Medi-Share
Comprehensive Care Management
Coventry South Carolina
Christian Hosp Aid
Comprehensive Care Services
Coventry Southern Health Services
Christus Spohn Health Network
Compsych
Coventry Summit Medicare
Cigna - All States
Concert Health Plan
Coventry Tennessee
Cinergy Health Preferred Plan
Connecticare
Cover Colorado
Cinergy Insurance
Conseco Ins Co
Cox Health Systems Inc
Citruscaid
Consociate Group Ins Co
Creative Plan Administrators
Citruscare Medicare Advantage
Consolidated Health - Mass
Crossamerica Health Plans
City Of Mesa Employee Ben
Consolidated Health Plan Texas
Crossroads Healthcare
Claims & Benefit Management
Consolidated Workers Assoc
Cti Administrators
Claims Management Service
Consumer Advocate Group
Culinary Health Fund
Claims Ware Incorporated
Continental American Ins Co
Cultural Ins Serv Internat
Claimtech
Continental Assurance Ins Co
Cuna Mutual
Classic Album LLC
Continental General
Custom Alloy
Clear One Health Plan Medicaid
Continental Life Ins Co
Custom Design Benefits
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CWI Benefits
Emblem Health
Fce Benefit Administrator
Cypress Benefit Administrators
Emerald Health Network
Federal Assistance Travel Insurance
Cypress Benefits
Emergency Assistance Japan
Federal Black Lung Program
DAC / Diversified Group Brokerage
Emerson Electric Co Ben Plan
Federated Insurance
Dakotacare
Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield New York
Federated Mutual Ins
Dart Management Corp
Empire Plan / United Healthcare
Fedex Freight East
Dayton T Brown Inc
Employee Benefit Administrators
FHA TPA
DC 1707 Local 389
Employee Benefit Concepts Inc
FHA-TPA Southcare
DC Chartered Health Plan
Employee Benefit Consultants
FHHS / Florida Hospital Healthcare
DCI Insurance Dept
Employee Benefit Plan Admin
Fidelis Care New York
Dean Health Plan
Employee Benefit Service Ctr
First Administrators
Dean TPA
Employee Benefit Services
First Carolina Care
Debis Financial Services
Employee Benefit Solutions LLC
First Choice Health Network WA
Definity Health
Employee Health Plan Aibonito
First Choice Select Health SC
Delaware Physicians Care
Employee Painters Trust
First Health
Delta Health Systems
Employee Plans LLC
First Medical Health Plan Puerto Rico
Denver Health Medicare Choice
Employee Security Inc.
First Plus Puerto Rico
Deseret Mutual Ben Admin
Employers Direct
First Seniority Freedom
Design Savers Plan
Employers Mutual
First Service Administrators
Destiny Health Plan
Empowered Benefits
First United American Medicare
DH Evans Assoc
Encore Health Network
Firstcare Of Texas
Diamond Plan Maryland
Enigineers Joint Welfare Fund
Firstcare SW Health Alliance
Diamond State Partners Delaware
Entrust
Firstchoice Administrators
Direct Care Administrator
Envision
FISERV Health
Direct Med
EPC Associates
Florida First
Direct Medical Solutions
Epoch Group LTC
Florida Health Alliance EPO
Disney Worldwide Serv.
Equitable
Florida League Of Cities
District 6 Health Fund
Equitable Plan Services
Florida Netpass
DKV Insurance
ES Beveridge & Assoc
Fmh Benefit Services Inc
DMC Care
ESP Enhanced Service Plan
Food Employer Benefit Fund CA
Doctors Choice Administrators
Essence Medicare
Foreign Service Benefit Plan
Driscoll Childrens Health Plan
Euro Center USA
Forest Oil Group Medical Plan
Dunn And Associates
EV Benefits
Fortis Benefits
Eastern Benefit System
Evercare
Fortis Insurance Company
EBA & M
Everence
Foundation Admin Service
EBMC / Employee Benefit Mgmt Corp
Everest Administrators
Foundation Benefits Admin
EBMS / Employee Benefit Mgmt Services
Evergreen Health Plan Inc
Foundation For Medical Care
EBS Of Ohio
Evolutions Healthcare Systems
Foundation Health Admin TPA
ECOM Benefits
Excellus Benefit SVCS Inc
Fox Everett
Edinger Medical Group IPA
Excellus Blue Cross Blue Shield
Fox Valley Labor Welfare Fund
Educators Health Plan
Exclusive Care
Freedom Claims Management, Inc.
Educators Mutual
Fallon Community Health Plan
Freedom Health
EGA Erin Group Admin
Family Care Discount Plan
Freedom Life Ins Co Of America
Eighth Dist Elec Benefit Fund
Family Choice Medical Group
Fringe Benefit Coordinators
Elder Health
Familycare Insurance
Fringe Benefit Services Inc
Elderplan
Fara Insurance Co
Fringe Benefits Consortium
ELMCO LLC
Fbmc-United Benefits
Frontpath Health
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Futurepoint
Harrington Healthchoice
Healthfirst - New Jersey
Galaxy Managed Care Inc
Harvard Health Plans Inc
Healthfirst - New York
Gallagher Benefit
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Healthfirst TPA Austin
Garden State Health Care
Harvard Pilgrim Student
Healthfirst TPA Houston
Gateway Health Plan
HCH Administration
Healthfirst TPA Tyler
Gateway Plans Administrators
HCPC / Healthcare Payers Coalition
Healthlink
GBS / Group Benefit Services
HCPIPA Healthcare Partners IPA
Healthlink State Of Illinois
GEHA / Government Employees
Hospital Asso
Health Administrators
Healthplan Services
Health Alliance Health Plan
Healthplus Michigan
Geisinger Health Plan
Health America
Healthreach Advantage
Generations Healthcare
Health And Welfare Benefit Sys
Healthscope Benefits
Genesee Health Plus Of Michigan
Health Assurance
Healthsmart
Georgia Ports Authority
Health Cost Solutions
Healthsmart Accel
Gerber Life
Health Design Plus
Healthsmart Benefit Solutions
Gettysburg Health Admin
Health EOS
Healthsource
GHI / Group Health Inc / Emblem Health
Health Exchange
Healthspring Inc
GHP CMR Carpenters H&W
Health First Florida Health Plan
Healthsun Health Plans Of Florida
GHP Group Health Plan
Health Flex 2000
Healthy Palm Beach Of Florida
GHP ST Charles County Gov’t
Health Ins Risk Share Plan
HIP / Health Insurance Plan Of New York
Gilsbar Incorporated
Health Manager
HIRSP Health Ins Risk Share Plan
Global Care
Health Net Of California
HM Care Advantage
Global Health Inc
Health Net Of North East
HMA Administrators LLC
Global Medical Management
Health Network One
HMA Healthcare Mgmt Admin
Globalcare Health Ins
Health New England
Homeland Health Care AIG
GMP Employers Retirees Trust
Health NOW
Hometown Health Nevada
Gold Med Global Excel
Health One National
Hometown Health Texas
Golden Rule
Health Partners Minneapolis
HOP Administration Unit
Good Samaritan
Health Partners Of Pennsylvania
Horizon NJ Health Mercy Health Plan
GPA / Group Pension Administrators
Health Plan Of Michigan
HPS Services Corp
Great American
Health Plan Of Nevada
HRH Of Illinois
Great Lakes Helath Plan
Health Plan Of San Joaquin
HRM Claim Management
Great West - All States
Health Plan Of San Mateo
HSBA Health Service Benefit Admn
Greentree Admin
Health Plan Of Texas
HSR Administrators
Group Administrators
Health Plan Of Upper Ohio Valley
HTH Worldwide Insurance Svs
Group Benefit Admin
Health Plan Select
Hudson Health Plan
Group Benefits Program
Health Plans Incorporated
Hudson River Healthcare
Group Insurance Service Ctr
Health Plus New York
Humana - All States
Group Resource Inc
Health Plus Of Louisiana
Humana Military Tricare South
GTC Greater Tri Cities
Health Provider Org Ltd
Humana Of Puerto Rico
Guarantee Trust Life Ins Co
Health Systems International
Hygeia Corporation
Guardian
Healthallies Inc
IAA / Insurance Administrators Of America
Guidestar PPO
Healthcare One
IAM Northwest Health Fund
Gundersen Lutheran Health Plan
Healthcare Plan Of Georgia
IAP Specialist Secondary
Haa Preferred Partners
Healthcare Solutions Group
IBA Crossamerica
Hammerman & Gainer, Inc.
Healthcare USA
IBEW / NECA SW Health & Ben Fund
HAP / Health Alliance Plan Michigan
Healthcomp Admin Inc
ICHIA
Harrington Health
Healthease (Wellcare)
ICON Benefit Admin
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IDA / Insurance Design Admin
Jefferson Pilot
Local 104 Sheet Metal Workers
IE Shaffer
John Alden
Local 108 Retail Wholesale
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John Deere
Local 1102
Illinois Mutual Life Ins Co
John Muir Physicians Network
Local 1109
IMC / International Medical Card
John T Riley Insurance
Local 115 Teamsters Union
IMG / International Medical Group
Johns Hopkins US Family Health Plan
Local 1181 ATU
IMS / Interactive Medical Systems - TPA
JP Farley Corporation
Local 1199 Home Care
INDECS Corp
JPS Benefit Services
Local 1199 National Benefit Fund
Independent Care Plus
JSL Administrators
Local 1205
Independent Health
JW Terrill
Local 1222 Welfare Fund
Independent Processing
Kaiser Permanente California
Local 1245
Indiana Prohealth
Kaiser Permanente Colorado
Local 1298
Indiana State Council Roofer
Kaiser Permanente Georgia
Local 132 West Virginia
Indiana Teamsters Health Fund
Kaiser Permanente Hawaii
Local 135 UFCW
Individual Health Benefits
Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic
Local 1360 UFCW
Infinity Administrators
Kaiser Permanente Ohio
Local 137 IUOE
Informed Adventist HC
Kaiser Permanente Texas
Local 138
ING Life Ins And Annuity Co
Kanawha Healthcare Solutions
Local 14 14B
Ingham Health Plan Of MI
Kansas Health Ins Assoc
Local 1428 UFCW
Innovante Benefit Administrators
Kappa
Local 1430 IBEW Health Fund
Innovative Admin Services
Keenan
Local 144 Nursing Home
INSTIL Health
Kelsey Care Advantage
Local 145 IBEW Welfare Plan
Insurance Administrative Corp
Kentucky Access
Local 1478 2 Longshoremen
Insurance Mgmt Admin Of Louisiana
Kentucky Health Choices
Local 148 Production Workers
Insurance Mgmt Services
Key Benefit Administrators
Local 15/15A/15C/15D/AFL CIO
Insurance Service Center
Keystone Mercy Health Plan
Local 152 West Virginia
Insurance Service Of Lubbock
Klais & Company Inc
Local 1529 United Food
Integra Administrative Group
KPS Health Plans
Local 169 Laborers
Integrated Services United Health
Laborers Health Fund So Calif
Local 17 18 United Production Workers
Integritas Benefit Group Llc
Laundry And Dry Cleaning Wkrs
Local 172 142 Heavy General
Integrity Administrators
LBA Health Plans
Local 1730 Long Shoremen
Integrity Benefit Group
League Atpam Welfare Fund
Local 174
Integrity Health
Leon Medical Center Health Plan
Local 177 Plumber & Steamfit
Inter American Ins Corp
Liberty Health Advantage
Local 18a/20 - Concrete And Cement
Inter Valley Health Plan
Liberty Union Life
Local 194
Intergroup Services
Life Benefit Plan
Local 1964 - ILA
International Benefits Administrators
Lifeprint
Local 1d Wine Liquor
International Claims Services
Lifewise
Local 202
International Health Insurance
LIG Insurance
Local 21 Plumber Pipefitters
International SOS Assistance
Lincoln Financial Group
Local 210 Unity Welfare
Ironworkers Intermountain Fund
Liuna Staff Health & Welfare
Local 22 Sheet Metal
Island Group Administration
Local 0455 South Central Ufcw
Local 223 National Health Plan
ITPE Health Welfare Fund
Local 100 Sheet Metal Workers
Local 237 Employees Union
Jackson Memorial Health
Local 1010 Pavers & Road Build
Local 239
JAI Medical Systems
Local 102 Bakery Confectionery
Local 25 Health Plan
Jardin Group Services
Local 1034
Local 257
Jas-Jenson Admin Service
Local 1036 UFCW
Local 26 Electrical Trust
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Local 715 NJ Carpenters
Managed Benefit Plans
Local 27
Local 723
Managed Care Administrators
Local 272
Local 74 SEIU / NAHP
Managed Care Inc
Local 277 Welfare Funds
Local 770 UFCW
Managed Health Network
Local 28 Sheet Metal Workers
Local 790 Shop Ironworkers
Managed Health Service Indiana
Local 29
Local 798 Make Up Artists
Managemed
Local 290 Plumber Steam Ship
Local 8 United Roofers Union
Manatee Service Center
Local 2947 Hollow Metal Trust
Local 802 Bakery Drivers
Manhattan Insurance Group
Local 295 Group Welfare
Local 802 Musicians
MAPFRE Life Insurance Co
Local 3 IBEW
Local 803 Union Administrators
MAPSI
Local 30 Engineers
Local 806
Marsh Advantage American
Local 300 Production Service
Local 807 Teamsters Trucking
Martins Point Health Care
Local 302 & 612
Local 810
Maryland Electrical Indstry
Local 305
Local 812 GIPA Health
Maryland Physicians Care
Local 306 C/O ASO
Local 814 Teamsters
Mashantucket Pequot Plan
Local 338 RWDSU
Local 821 Carpenters Specialty
Masonry Security Plan Of WA
Local 340 Barneys Retail
Local 825 Operating Engineers
Master Mates & Pilots
Local 350 Plumbers And Pipefitters
Local 854 Bus Drivers
Mayer Textile Machine Corp
Local 351 IE Shaffer
Local 854 Truck Drivers
Mayfair Fulhealth Ins
Local 354 Plumbers And Pipefitters
Local 863 - Fruit And Vegtables
Mayo Management Services
Local 365 UAW
Local 868
MBA Of Maryland
Local 37 Iuoe Operating Engineer
Local 880 UFCW
MBA Of Utah
Local 377 Welfare Fund
Local 888
MC2 Health
Local 4 Health & Welfare
Local 9 IE Shaffer
MCA Administrators
Local 4 Roofers Union
Local 90 Laborers
McCalls
Local 4 SEIU Illinois
Local 917 Drivers Union
McCrew Care
Local 40 361 Iron Workers
Local 918 United Teamsters
MCI / Galaxy Managed Care
Local 413
Local 947 Health & Welfare
McLaren Health Advantage
Local 424
Local 97 Teamsters
MCM Maxcare
Local 463 National Health Plan
Local 971 Combined Welfare
MCS Reclamacion
Local 469 Benefit Teamsters
Lockard & Williams Ins Co
MDCARE Health Plan Inc
Local 475 Steamfitters
Loomis Company
MDIPA
Local 478 IE Shaffer
Louisiana State Employee Group
MDNY Healthcare
Local 485 Machine Workers
Lovelace Hmo Helathplan
MDWISE Care Select
Local 522 Welfare Fund
Lucent Informed Choice
MDWISE Family Planning
Local 531 Teamsters Welfare Fund
Lutheran Preferred
MDWISE HIP
Local 54 Theater Workers
Macori Administration
MDWISE Hoosier Alliance
Local 550 Bakery Workers
Magellan Behavioral Health
MDWISE Methodist
Local 56 Health & Welfare
Magnacare
MDWISE Prohealth
Local 560 Trucking
Magnolia Health Plan
MDWISE Select Health Network
Local 57 IBEW
Maher Terminals Insurance
MDWISE St Anthony
Local 610 Stationary Engineers
Mail Handlers Benefit Plan
MDWISE St Catherine
Local 621 United Labor
Maksin Management Group
MDWISE St Francis
Local 66 Pointers Cleaners
Maloney Associates
MDWISE St Margaret Mercy
Local 670 Stationary Engineers
MAMI Major American Mrket Intl
MDWISE St Vincent
Local 700 IE Shaffer
MAMSI
MDWISE Wishard
Local 701 Welfare & Pension
Managed Benefit Administrators
MDX Hawaii
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MEBA Medical & Benefit Plan
Medicaid Texas
MO HealthNet
MED Pay
Medicaid Utah
MOAA Mediplus
MED Save
Medicaid Vermont
Mobility Benefits
MedAdmin Solutions
Medicaid Virginia
Molina Health - California
MEDBEN / Medical Benefits Admin
Medicaid Washington
Molina Health - Florida
Medcost Benefit Services
Medicaid Washington DC
Molina Health - Michigan
Medica Healthplan Of Florida
Medicaid West Virginia
Molina Health - Missouri
Medicaid Alabama
Medicaid Wisconsin
Molina Health - New Mexico
Medicaid Alaska
Medicaid Wyoming
Molina Health - Ohio
Medicaid Arkansas
Medi-Cal
Molina Health - Salud New Mexico
Medicaid California
Medical Claims Management
Molina Health - Texas
Medicaid Colorado
Medical Devel International
Molina Health - Utah
Medicaid Connecticut
Medical Mutual Of Ohio
Molina Health - Washington
Medicaid Delaware
Medicare - All States
Monarch Healthcare IPA
Medicaid Florida
Medigold
Monroe Plan For Medical Care
Medicaid Georgia
Mediprime
Montefiore CMO
Medicaid Hawaii
Medisun
Montgomery Cancer Crusade
Medicaid Idaho
Medstar Family Care
Monumental Life Ins
Medicaid Illinois
Med-Team DC-37
Morgan-White Admin Internl
Medicaid Indiana
Mega Life & Health
Morris Associates
Medicaid Iowa
Memorial Healthcare IPA
Motorola Health Advantage Plan
Medicaid Kansas
Memorial Hermann HNP
Mountain States Admin Services
Medicaid Kentucky
Memorial Managed Care Of Florida
MS Physician Care Network
Medicaid Louisiana
Mennonite Mutual-MMA
Multinational Underwriters Inc
Medicaid Maine
Mercer Administration
Multiplan
Medicaid Maryland
Mercy Health Plan Missouri
Municipal Health Of Arkansas
Medicaid Massachusetts
Mercy Health Plan New Jersey
Mutual Assurance Administrators
Medicaid Michigan
Mercy Health Plan Texas
Mutual Medical Plan HD Smith
Medicaid Minnesota
Meritain Health
Mutual Of America
Medicaid Mississippi
Metcare Health Plans Inc
Mutually Preferred
Medicaid Missouri
Methodist MSAG Healthcare
MVP Health Plan Of New York
Medicaid Montana
Metroplus Health Plan
NAHGA Claims Service
Medicaid Nebraska
MHN / HMC-HNNE
NALC / National Assoc Letter Carriers
Medicaid Nevada
MHS Managed Health Service Indiana
NAMCI
Medicaid New Hampshire
Mid America Assoc
NASI / National Automatic Sprinklers
Medicaid New Jersey
Midwest Health Plan
National Alliance CBMC
Medicaid New Mexico
Midwest National Life
National Asbestos Workers
Medicaid New York
Midwest Security Admin
National Benefit Administ
Medicaid North Carolina
Millette Admin
National Claims Administration
Medicaid North Dakota
Missionary Medical
National Foundation Life Ins
Medicaid Ohio
Mississippi Admin
National Health Administrators
Medicaid Oklahoma
Mississippi Health Partners
National Maritime Union Plan
Medicaid Oregon
Mississippi Physicians Care
National States Insurance
Medicaid Pennsylvania
Missouri Care
National Way Healthcare Assoc
Medicaid Rhode Island
Missouri Consol Hlth Care Plan
Nationway Healthcare
Medicaid South Carolina
Mitsui Sumitomo Ins
Nationwide
Medicaid South Dakota
MMM Healthcare Medicare
Nationwide Specialty Health
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NBLA / National Better Living Assoc
Ohio Health Choice
Physicians Care
NCAS / National Claim Adm Service
Old Surety Life Ins Co
Physicians Healthchoice
NCE Preferred Care
Omnicare
Physicians Heathplan Mid Michigan
NEA Group Insurance
One Source EPO
Physicians Mutual
NEBA / National Employee Benefit Admin
ONeill Consulting
Physicians Plan Northern In
Neighborhood Health - Florida
Operating Engineers Trust Fund
Physicians United Plan
Neighborhood Health - Massachusetts
Optima Health
PIA / Personal Ins Adm
Neighborhood Health - New York
Optimed Health Plan
Pinellas County Health Service
Neighborhood Health - Rhode Island
Optimum Choice
Pinnacle Claims Management
Network Health Forward
Optimum Healthcare, Inc.
Pinnacle Health System
New Century Infusion SOL
Options Health Plan
Pioneer Life Insurance
New England Financial Employee Benefits
OSF Health Plans
Pipeline Industry Benefits
New Era Life Ins Co
OSMA Health
Pittman & Associates Inc
New Jersey Carpenters Local 715
Oxford Health Plan
Plan Handlers Healthscope
New Mexico Presbyterian
P5 Electronic Health
POMCO
New Source Benefits
Pace Center NY
Positive Healthcare Partners
New West Health Services
Pacific Health Alliance
Post Masters Benefit Plan
New World Administrators
Pacificare
PPHN
NexCaliber
Pacificare Secure Horizon
PPOM American Community
NFL Players Insurance Plan
Pacificsource Health Plan
PPP Healthcare
NGS American, Coresource
PAI / Planned Admin Inc.
Prairie States Enterprises Inc
NHealth
Palmetto GBA Railroad
Precise Comprehensive Benefits
NHL Group Health Ins Plan
Pan American Life
Preferred Benefit Admin
Nippon Life Insurance
Pan American Life Puerto Rico
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HOW TO USE THE TEST DIRECTORY
This directory describes the diagnostic testing and ancillary services that can assist you and your staff in
providing the best possible medical care to your patients.
The major section of this directory is the alphabetical test listing by test name. This section describes in
detail, the specimen requirements and clinical utility of each test. In addition to the alphabetical listing,
tests are listed by test code.
Our Test Format
Test Code
Test Name
Alphabetical Test Listing
5027-8 Burkitt
Lymphoma: MYC/IGH,t(8;14) by FISH
MYC/IGH
by FISH
AlternateName:
Name:MYC/IGH
MYC/IGH
t(8;14)
Burkitt
Lymphoma, c-MYC
Alternate
t(8;14)
forfor
Burkitt
Lymphoma
5027-8
Methodology: FISH
Methodology:
FISH 2mL Green-Bone Marrow
Preferred
Specimen:
CPT Code: 88368(2)
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow, Tissue in RPMI
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5mL Green-Whole Blood
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Turnaround time: 3-5 days
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Clinical
Indication
Turnaround
time: :3Useful
days for assessment of Burkitt Lymphoma.
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Burkitt Lymphoma.
Ref Range: See Report
0009-1 Lipid Panel
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Alternate
Name: Lipid Screen
FISH:
Fluorescence
In Situ Hybridization
Preferred
Specimen:
2
mL
Serum - Spun Barrier Tube
IHC: Immunohistochemistry
Alternate
Specimen: Chain Reaction
PCR:
Polymerase
Methodology: See components
CPTCode: 80061
Collection Instruction:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turnaround time: 2 - 3 days
Components: #0058, Cholesterol, Total #0059, HDL Chol., Direct #0155, Triglycerides
Clinical Indication : A lipid panel is a blood test that measures lipids—fats and fatty substances used as a source of energy by
your body. Lipids include cholesterol, triglycerides, high-density lipoprotein (HDL), and low-density lipoprotein (LDL). This panel
measures: Total cholesterol level, Triglyceride level, HDL cholesterol level. This is the “good” cholesterol, LDL cholesterol level.
This is the “bad” cholesterol.
0327-7 Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG), β- Subunit, Quantitative, Serum
Alternate Name: Pregnancy, Quant./Beta Sub-Unit
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Serum - Spun Barrier
Methodology: See components
CPTCode: 84702
Tube & - PLAIN Red Top
Alternate Specimen:
Collection Instruction: avoid hemolysis
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turnaround time: 5 - 7 days
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Clinical Indication : The level of hCG in the blood is often used as part of a screening for birth defects in a maternal serum triple
or quadruple screening test. Generally done between 15 and 20 weeks, these tests check the levels of three or four substances
in a pregnant woman’s blood. The triple screen checks alpha-fetoprotein (AFP), human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG), and a type
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-5/5q- by FISH- TC Only
A869-0
Alternate Name: -5/5Q- BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: MDS with isolated 5q- is a discrete subset of MDS with a favorable prognosis. Unlike the majority of MDS, most patients
with 5q- syndrome are elderly woman, with a 2:1 female predominance. Lenalidomide (an immunmodulatory drug) is FDA approved for 5qMDS. Commonly ordered through the MDS FISH panel (TC Only), P960-8.
-7/7q- by FISH- TC Only
A868-2
Alternate Name: -7/7Q- BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: 7q- is a common cytogenetic abnormality found in MDS. Entire or partial deletions of chromosome 7 generally confer an
intermediate prognosis when found in isolation. Genetic alterations of 7 is a poor prognosis when found in conjunction with other cytogenetic
abnormalities of clinical significance. Commonly ordered through the MDS FISH panel (TC Only), P960-8.
11q22.3 by FISH- TC Only
A879-9
Alternate Name: 11Q22.3 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for 11q23 provides useful prognosic and therapeutic information. CLL patients with 11q23 deletion have rapid
disease progression and shorter treatment free survival. This deletion in the ATM gene, a tumor supressor gene, occurrs in 10-20% of CLL
cases. Commonly ordered through the CLL FISH panel (TC Only), P962-4.
13q14 by FISH- TC Only
A872-4
Alternate Name: 13Q14 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for 13q14.3 (D13S319) provides useful prognostic information in the management of CLL patients. Deletions
involving 13q14 are detectable by FISH in approximately 50% of persons with CLL. As the sole aberration, del(13q) is associated with a more
favorable clinical outcome. However, recent studies have shown that certain CLL patients with a larger size deletion in 13q14 correlate strongly
with a concomitant RB1 deletion. Patients with an RB1 deletion or those have a 13q14.3 deletion in > or equal to 70% of nuceli have in fact a
shorter time to treatment. Commonly ordered through the Multiple Myeloma FISH panel (TC Only), P961-6.
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13q14.3 by FISH- TC Only
A878-1
Alternate Name: 13Q14.3 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for 13q14.3 (D13S319) provides useful prognostic information in the management of CLL patients. Deletions
involving 13q14 are detectable by FISH in approximately 50% of persons with CLL. As the sole aberration, del(13q) is associated with a more
favorable clinical outcome. However, recent studies have shown that certain CLL patients with a larger size deletion in 13q14 correlate strongly
with a concomitant RB1 deletion. Patients with an RB1 deletion or those have a 13q14.3 deletion in > or equal to 70% of nuceli have in fact a
shorter time to treatment. Commonly ordered through the CLL FISH panel (TC Only), P962-4.
17p13 by FISH- TC Only
A874-0
Alternate Name: 17P13 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: 17p or p53 is commonly referred to as a universally poor prognostic factor in hematological malignancies. A unifying
molecular genetic abnormality in these cases appears to be a deletion or inactivation of one copy of the TP53 gene, with subsquent inactivation
of the second allele. Commonly ordered through the CLL FISH panel (TC Only), P962-4.
1p/19q by FISH
A311-3
Alternate Name: 1P/19Q,D(1;19)DELETION BY FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date and surgical number on block and on requisition. Provide fixation time on
requisition as well
Turn Around Time: 13 days
Clinical Indication: As an aid in diagnosing oligodendroglioma tumors and predicting the response of an oligodendroglioma to therapy.
1q21 by FISH- TC Only
A876-5
Alternate Name: 1Q21 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: FISH is used to detect the amplification of 1q21, a poor prognostic marker for Plasma Cell Myeloma. Commonly ordered
through the Multiple Myeloma FISH panel (TC Only), P961-6.
20q12 by FISH- TC Only
A871-6
Alternate Name: 20Q12 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Deletions in 20q12 is a favorable prognostic marker for myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS). It also can be helpful to aid in
the diagnosis of MDS in the presence of negative morphological findings. Commonly ordered through the MDS FISH panel (TC Only), P960-8.
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Acute Hepatitis Panel for Medicare
3283-9
Alternate Name: ACUTE HEPATITIS PANEL
Preferred Specimen: SST Tube
CPT Code: 80074 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Components: HEPATITIS A Ab,IgM, HEPATITIS B CORE Ab,IgM, HBsAg, HEPATITIS C Ab.
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive profile for detecting markers for HAV or HBV infections; can be used for all stages of infection
Acute Leukemia & Myeloid Disorders Analysis
5515-2
Alternate Name: FLOW ACUTE LEUKEMIA PNL
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (27), 88189 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry is highly sensitive and specific in diagnosing non-Hodgkin lymphoma and acute leukemias and in
identifying granulocytic, monocytic, erythroid, and megakaryocytic differentiation. Flow allows examination and characterization of normal
myeloid, monocytic, and immature hematopoietic precursors and their specific, synchronized patterns of antigen expression.
Ref Range: See Report
Acute Leukemia & Myeloid Disorders Analysis- TC Only
5516-0
Alternate Name: LEUK/LYM/MYE/MYELO;TECH COM
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (27)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry is highly sensitive and specific in diagnosing non-Hodgkin lymphoma and acute leukemias and in
identifying granulocytic, monocytic, erythroid, and megakaryocytic differentiation. Flow allows examination and characterization of normal
myeloid, monocytic, and immature hematopoietic precursors and their specific, synchronized patterns of antigen expression.
Ref Range: See Report
Acute Leukemia/MDS IHC Panel
5116-9
Alternate Name: Acute Leukemia/MDS IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G4062 (10)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: The Acute Leukemia/MDS IHC panel is used to assess lineage and blast cell count in the context of AML, ALL and/or MDS
diagnosis. The components of this panel include: CD3, CD10, CD20, CD34, CD56, CD61, CD79a, CD117, Glycophorin-A, HLA-DR, MPO and
TdT.
Ref Range: See Report
Adenocarcinoma vs. Mesothelioma IHC Panel
5181-3
Alternate Name: ADENOCARCINOMA V.MESOTHEL.
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (8)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: The IHC panel is useful in the differential diagnosis between adenocarcinoma and mesothelioma. The components of this
panel include: BerEP4, Calretinin, CD68, CEAm, Desmin, GLUT-1, MOC31, Napsin A and TTF-1.
Ref Range: See Report
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AE1/AE3- TC Only
Alternate Name: GP/AE1/AE3 (STAIN ONLY)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
5108-6
CPT Code: G0461-TC (1)
ALK by FISH
A703-1
Alternate Name: ALK-2P23 BY FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of EML4-ALK fusion is used as a screening assay to determine a lung cancer patient's eligibility for
crizotinib, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor.
Ref Range: See Report
ALK by FISH (FDA)
A241-2
Alternate Name: EML4/ALK
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for EML4-ALK is used to detect the presence of a fusion gene that can be targeted with an FDA approved tyrosine
kinase inhibitor, crizotinib. All NSCLC adenocarcinoma patients can be tested for EML4-ALK but clinicopathologic features favor patients with
little to no smoking history and those that are younger. CAP guidelines recommend EGFR and ALK testing in advanced stage adenocarcinoma
regardless of sex, smoking history, and other clinical factors. Expert concensus opinion written in the CAP guidelines recommend EGFR and
ALK testing for all stages of adenocarcinoma. ALK by FISH can also be used to confirm a diagnosis of Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL)
because it covers ALK1 status.
Ref Range: See Report
ALK by FISH- TC Only
B236-1
Alternate Name: ALK BY FISH (TC)
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. Please write surgical number on block and on requisition.
Provide fixation time on requisition as well
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for EML4-ALK is used to detect the presence of a fusion gene that can be targeted with an FDA approved tyrosine
kinase inhibitor, crizotinib. All NSCLC adenocarcinoma patients can be tested for EML4-ALK but clinicopathologic features favor patients with
little to no smoking history and those that are younger. CAP guidelines recommend EGFR and ALK testing in advanced stage adenocarcinoma
regardless of sex, smoking history, and other clinical factors. Expert concensus opinion written in the CAP guidelines recommend EGFR and
ALK testing for all stages of adenocarcinoma. ALK by FISH can also be used to confirm a diagnosis of Anaplastic Large Cell Lymphoma (ALCL)
because it covers ALK1 status.
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ALK by IHC - TC Only
B603-2
Alternate Name: ALK (EML4/ALK by IHC TC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88342-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: *Provide Source* Will also accept 2 unstained slides form FFPE tissue.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of EML4-ALK protein overexpression is used as a screening assay to determine a lung cancer patient's
eligibility for crizotinib, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor.
ALL Prognosis Panel by FISH
P260-3
Alternate Name: ALL PROGNOSIS PNL/FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (3)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Components: BCR/ABL, MLL, 11q23
Clinical Indication: Used to detect common genetic aberrations in B-cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia/Lymphoma.
Alpha Fetoprotein, Tumor Marker (AFP)
0025-7
Alternate Name: AFP, TUMOR MARKER
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82105 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Alpha Fetoprotein marker is used in the management of hepatocellular carcinoma and germ cell tumors.
Ref Range: <8.4 ng/mL,<8.1 ng/mL
AML - CEBPA Mutational Analysis
8860-9
Alternate Name: CEBPA MUT. ANALYSIS
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81403 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: In the context of normal cytogenetics AML patients with biallelic CEBPA mutations have a favorable prognosis. Risk
adopted treatment strategies can be adopted for such patients.
Ref Range: See Report
AML - M2 (AML/ETO) (RUNX1/RUNX1T1) by FISH
5024-5
Alternate Name: AML1/ETO,t(8;21), FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for t(8;21) is both diagnostic and prognostic for AML. AML patients with translocations between chromosomes 8 and
21 are a specific WHO subset defined as AML/ETO. Approximately 5-12% of all AML patients share a t(8;21) mutation which is regarded as a
favorable prognostic marker.
Ref Range: See Report
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AML - M2 (AML/ETO) (RUNX1/RUNX1T1) by RT-PCR
5034-4
Alternate Name: AML1/ETO,t(8;21),PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81401 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Turn Around Time: 4 days
Clinical Indication: Serial monitoring of patients for minimal residual disease and determine treatment efficacy.
Ref Range: See Report
AML - M3 (PML/RARA) by FISH
5260-5
Alternate Name: PML/RARA,t(15;17),FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for the detection of translocation between the PML and RARA genes is used for diagnostic and therapeutic
management. The WHO defines patients with t(15;17)(q22;q12) as a subset of AML that is associated with favorable prognosis.
Ref Range: See Report
AML - M3 (PML/RARA) by RT-PCR
5261-3
Alternate Name: PML/RARA,(15;17)PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81315 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: RT-PCR for PML/RARA has a similar utility as the FISH assay. However, RT-PCR has a lower limit of detection and is
useful for serial monitoring of patients for MRD.
Ref Range: See Report
AML - M4 & M5 by FISH
5427-0
Alternate Name: MLL, 11q23
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: AML patients with 11q23 rearrangement define a specific WHO subcategory of AML. These patients typically have
monocytic features and comprise 5-6% of all AML patients. AML with 11q23 is more common in children. It is typically a poor prognostic factor.
Ref Range: See Report
AML - M4Eo inv(16) by FISH
5025-2
Alternate Name: CBFB/MYH11 (inv16), FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: FISH to detect the inversion of chromosome 16 is diagnostic and prognostic for patients with Acute Myelomonocytic
Leukemia. AML patients with inversion 16 have a more favorable prognosis than those with normal karyotype.
Ref Range: See Report
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AML - M4Eo inv(16) by PCR
5035-1
Alternate Name: CBFB/MYH11 (INV16), PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81401 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 4 days
Clinical Indication: RT-PCR testing for chromosme 16 inversion has similar utility to that of the FISH assay but can be additively used for MRD
and monitoring of treatment effectiveness.
Ref Range: See Report
AML Diagnostic Panel by FISH
P261-1
Alternate Name: AML DIAGNOSTIC BY FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (8)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Components: BCR/ABL, MLL, 11q23, AML1/ETO,t(8;21), FISH, PML/RARA,t(15;17),FISH, CBFB/MYH11 (inv16), FISH
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive FISH panel that interrogates all common chromosome abnormalities for accurate WHO subset
classification.
AML Prognostic Panel: FLT3 & NPM1
5988-1
Alternate Name: AML PROGNOSIS PANEL
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81245 (1), 81310 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 4-7 days
Components: FLT-3 MUTATION, NPM1 MUTATION ANALYSIS
Clinical Indication: Panel used as predictors for risk stratification for patients with AML.
AML-M3(PML/RARA) by FISH- TC Only
A881-5
Alternate Name: AML-M3(PML/RARA)BY FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Diagnostic assay for the detection of translocation between PML and RARA genes. Patients positive for t(15;17) represent
a WHO defined subset whose prognosis is favorable and are managed accordingly.
AML: NPM1 Mutation Analysis
Alternate Name: NPM1 MUTATION ANALYSIS
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81310 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Prognostic indicator for patients with AML. It is recommended that FLT3 be run before ordering NPM1.
Ref Range: See Report
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Anti-Thyroglobulin Antibody (ATA)
0041-4
Alternate Name: ANTI-THYROGLOBULIN
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86800 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Detect and confirm autoimmune thyroiditis, Hashimoto's thyroiditis.
Ref Range: <40 IU/mL
Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)
0038-0
Alternate Name: ANA SCREEN
Methodology: Indirect Fluorescence Assay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86038 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment: Positive result will reflex to ANA TITER-3185 at additional charge
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Used to screen for certain autoimmune disorders, such as systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and others.
Ref Range: Neg=<1:80
Antistreptolysin O (ASO) Titer
0042-2
Alternate Name: ASO
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86060 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Used to assess whether a person has had a recent streptococcal infection.
Ref Range: <150 IU/mL,<200 IU/mL,See Below IU/mL
Automated UroVysion By FISH
5030-2
Alternate Name: AUTOMATED UROVYSION by FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL ThinPrep Cytolyte Solution
CPT Code: 88121 (1)
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: For help detecting and monitoring bladder cancer (urothelial or transitional cell carcinoma).
Ref Range: See Report
B-Cell, IGH by FISH
5032-8
Alternate Name: IGH, FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of B-cell clonality, as seen in B-cell lymphoma.
Ref Range: See Report
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B-Cell, IGH by PCR
5278-7
Alternate Name: ICH, PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81261 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Peripheral Blood Green Top,Shavings
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of B-cell clonality, as seen in B-cell lymphoma.
Ref Range: See Report
BCL1, BCL2, BCL6 (FISH Panel)
5273-8
Alternate Name: NON-HODGKINS LYMPHOMA PNL,FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (5)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Components: BCL1,t(11;14),FISH, BCL-2,t(14;18),FISH, LG.CELL LYMPHOMA(BCL-6)FISH
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma.
BCL1/IGH (CCND1/IGH) by FISH
5026-0
Alternate Name: BCL1,t(11;14),FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Mantle cell lymphoma and as a prognostic indicator for plasma cell myeloma.
Ref Range: See Report
BCL1/IGH (CCND1/IGH) by FISH-TC Only
A873-2
Alternate Name: T(11;14)+11 BY FISH-TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Prognostic for patients with Plasma Cell Myeloma. Commonly ordered through the Multiple Myeloma FISH panel (TC
Only), P961-6.
BCL2/IGH by FISH
5270-4
Alternate Name: BCL-2,t(14;18),FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of follicle center lymphomas.
Ref Range: See Report
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BCL2/IGH by PCR
Alternate Name: GP/BCL-2,T(14;18),PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Tissue in RPMI
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of follicle center lymphomas.
Ref Range: See Report
5271-2
CPT Code: 81402 (1)
BCL2/IGH: t(14;18) by FISH- TC Only
Alternate Name: BCL2 BY FISH-TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Tissue in RPMI,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of follicle center lymphomas.
B350-0
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
BCL6 by FISH
5028-6
Alternate Name: LG.CELL LYMPHOMA(BCL-6)FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma (DLBCL) and Follicular Lymphoma (FL). BCL6 3q27 is found in
up to 35% of DLBCL and 6-14% of FL.
Ref Range: See Report
BCL6: 3q27 by FISH- TC Only
B348-4
Alternate Name: BCL6 BY FISH-TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma (DLBCL) and Follicular Lymphoma (FL). BCL6 3q27 is found in
up to 35% of DLBCL and 6-14% of FL.
BCR/ABL by FISH-TC Only
A880-7
Alternate Name: BCR/ABL BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition, Time Sensitive
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for BCR/ABL is used to diagnose CML, is a prognostic indicator for B-cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia/Lymphoma, and
is used to monitor patients response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. Before initiating treating with a TKI it may be helpful to order ABL
Kinase analysis in order to better inform on which TKI to utilize.
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BCR/ABL Quantification by RT-PCR
5858-6
Alternate Name: QNT.,RT-PCR,BCR/ABL1
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81206 (1), 81207 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top,Green top,Microtainer - Pediatric Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone
Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting bone marrow, 2 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of BCR/ABL by RT-PCR has similar utility as the FISH assay. However, RT-PCR is generally used for MRD
and response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy due to its greater sensitivity, approximately .01%.
Ref Range: See Report
BCR/ABL: t(9;22) by FISH
5265-4
Alternate Name: BCR/ABL
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Place bone marrow (2 ml req.) into tube, label with patient's name. Send in bone marrow kit.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: FISH for BCR/ABL is used to diagnose CML, is a prognostic indicator for B-cell Lymphoblastic Leukemia/Lymphoma, and
is used to monitor patient response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. Before initiating treating with a TKI it may be helpful to order ABL Kinase
analysis in order to better inform on which TKI to utilize.
Ref Range: See Report
Beta-2-Microglobulin, Serum
0262-6
Alternate Name: BETA-2 MICROGLOBULIN
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82232 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Beta-2 microglobulin has prognostic utility and can be used as a tumor marker for plasma cell myeloma, lymphoma, and
CLL.
Ref Range: <2.16 mg/L
Beta-2-Microglobulin, Urine, Random
1754-1
Alternate Name: BETA-2-MICRO., URINE
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 4 mL Urine Cup
CPT Code: 82232 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Cup-other (source required),Urine Urinalysis Tube - Yellow,Urine tube without preservative
Specimen Comment: use NaOH to adjust PH to 6-8 (ship cold).
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Evaluate the severity and prognosis of multiple myeloma, chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or non-Hodgkin's lymphoma;
detect kidney damage and distinguish between glomerular and tubular kidney disorders.
Ref Range: <0.300 mg/L
Bone Marrow Morphology
5199-5
Alternate Name: BONE MARROW ANALYSIS
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Bone Marrow - Clot in Formalin,Unstained Slide,Bone Marrow CPT Code: 88313 (4), 88311 (1), 85097 (1), 88305 (2)
Core in Formalin
Specimen Comment: Submit core/clot in formalin. Send smear in slide holder.
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Bone marrow analysis is used to detect the presence of neoplasia in the bone marrow and as the primary means for the
classification of most hematological malignancies.
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Bone Marrow Morphology - Clot Only
5202-7
Alternate Name: BONE MARROW ANALYSIS (CLOT)
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Bone Marrow - Clot in Formalin
CPT Code: 88305 (1), 88313 (2)
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Bone marrow analysis is used to detect the presence of neoplasia in the bone marrow and as the primary means for the
classification of most hematological malignancies.
Bone Marrow Morphology - Core Only
5200-1
Alternate Name: BONE MARROW ANALYSIS (CORE)
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Bone Marrow Core in Formalin
CPT Code: 88305 (1), 88313 (2), 88311 (1)
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Bone marrow analysis is used to detect the presence of neoplasia in the bone marrow and as the primary means for the
classification of most hematological malignancies.
Bone Marrow Morphology - Smears
5211-8
Alternate Name: BONE MARROW ANALYSIS, SMEARS ONL
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Unstained Slide
CPT Code: 88313 (1), 85097 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Stained Slides
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Bone marrow analysis is used to detect the presence of neoplasia in the bone marrow and as the primary means for the
classification of most hematological malignancies.
Ref Range: See Report
Bone Marrow Slide Consult
5207-6
Alternate Name: BONE MARROW SLIDE CONSULT.
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Stained Slides
CPT Code: 88321 (1)
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Bone marrow analysis is used to detect the presence of neoplasia in the bone marrow and as the primary means for the
classification of most hematological malignancies.
Ref Range: See Report
Bone Marrow Smear Interpretation
Alternate Name: GP/BM SMEAR INTERPRETATION
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Stained Slides
Specimen Comment: Submit bone marrow smear.
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Ref Range: See Report
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CPT Code: 85097 (1)
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BRAF V600E
5893-3
Alternate Name: BRAF V600E MUTATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81210 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 2-3 days
Clinical Indication: BRAF V600E/K mutational analysis is useful in the context of melanoma, colon cancer, thyroid cancer, and hairy cell
leukemia. Melanoma patients, metastatic or unresectable, with V600E (and in some cases V600K) are eligible for treatment with tyrosine kinase
inhibitor therapy. In colon cancer BRAF may be used as a screening assay for MSI high positive or unstable patients suspected of Lynch
Syndrome. BRAF V600E can aid the diagnosis of papillary thyroid cancer (PTC) from cytology samples. It is specifically helpful in cases of
undeterminate cytology. Numerous studies have shown BRAF to be associated with aggressive clinicopathologic features of PTC. It can also be
used to confirm a diagnosis of hairy cell leukemia.
Ref Range: See Report
BRAF V600E (FDA)
A566-2
Alternate Name: BRAF V600
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81210 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment: Source and pathology report is required.
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: BRAF V600E mutation by COBAS is an FDA approved companion diagnostic for the indication of vemurafenib in
metastatic or unresectable melanoma.
Ref Range: See Report
Breast Carcinoma, Marrow, IHC Micromets
Alternate Name: BRCA,MARROW,IHC MICROMETS
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for bone marrow micrometastasis in breast cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
5118-5
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
Breast Carcinoma, rule out Microinvasion
5176-3
Alternate Name: CARCINOMA PANEL
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: The components of this panel include: Calponin, CD10, p63 and SMM-HWC.
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Used to rule out microinvasion.
Ref Range: See Report
Breast Carcinoma, rule out Microinvasion- TC Only
A952-4
Alternate Name: BREAST MICROINVASION-TC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461-TC (1), G0462-TC (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Used to rule out microinvasion. The components of this panel include: Calponin, CD10, p63 and SMM-HWC.
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Alternate Name: BREAST CA/LYMPH NODES/MM
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for nodal metastatic carcinoma.
Ref Range: See Report
5170-6
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP), High Sensitivity
3320-9
Alternate Name: hsCRP
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86141 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: See Below mg/L
CA 125, Serum
0536-3
Alternate Name: CA-125
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86304 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Tumor marker used to monitor treatment of ovarian cancer and to detect possible recurrence.
Ref Range: <36.0 U/mL,<30.3 U/mL
CA 15-3, Serum
2130-3
Alternate Name: CA 15-3
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL Red Top
CPT Code: 86300 (1)
Alternate Specimen: SST Tube,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Microtainer - Pediatric Red,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Used to monitor the response to treatment of invasive breast cancer and detect recurrence of the disease.
Ref Range: <or=32.4 U/mL
CA 19-9, Serum
0535-5
Alternate Name: CA 19-9
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Red Top
CPT Code: 86301 (1)
Alternate Specimen: SST Tube,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Used for the prognosis of pancreatic carcinoma.
Ref Range: <or=35.0 U/mL
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CA 27.29, Serum
0823-5
Alternate Name: CA 27.29
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86300 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment: RED-TOP ACCEPTABLE BUT SERUM MUST BE SEPARATED. DO NOT ADD AFTER 24 HRS.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: For detection of breast cancer recurrence.
Ref Range: <or=38.6 U/mL
Calcium, Urine, 24 Hours
0359-0
Alternate Name: CALCIUM,URINE 24 HR
Methodology: Colorimetry
Preferred Specimen: 10 mL Urine Container - 24hr
CPT Code: 82340 (1), 81050 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup 24 hour,Urine Tube 24 hour
Specimen Comment: No preservative required. Refrigerate.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: For diagnosis and monitoring of a wide range of disorders including disorders of protein, vitamin D, and diseases of bone,
kidney, parathyroid gland, or gastrointestinal tract
Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)
0055-4
Alternate Name: CEA
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82378 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Intended for the in vitro quantitative determination of carcinoembryonic antigen in human serum and plasma
Ref Range: See Below ng/mL
CBC w/Diff, Platelet Ct.
0053-9
Alternate Name: CBC WITH DIFF
Preferred Specimen: Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 85025 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: HCT, WBC, RBC, HGB, PLATELET COUNT
Clinical Indication: Broad assessment of white blood cell count with differential, red cell counts and indices, and platelet count.
Chlamydia trachomatis (CT), Urine, Probetec
Alternate Name: C.TRACH.,AMPLI.
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Urine Tube BD
CPT Code: 87491 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup,Urine tube without preservative
Specimen Comment: COLLECT FIRST MORNING URINE (NO PRESERVATIVES)
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: Negative
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Chromosome Analysis
5250-6
Alternate Name: CHROMOSOME ANALYSIS
Methodology: Cytogenetics
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88237 (1), 88262 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. Peripheral blood accepted only for leukemias.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Clinical Indication: Cytogenetic analysis used to determine chromosomal abnormalities important in diagnosis of hematologic malignancies,
disease monitoring, and response to certain treatments.
Ref Range: See Report
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC)
6237-2
Alternate Name: CELLSEARCH CIRCULATING TUMOR CEL
Methodology: Indirect Fluorescence Assay
Preferred Specimen: 7.5 mL Whole Blood-Cell Save Preservative Tube
CPT Code: 86152 (1), 86153 (1)
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Measures number circulating tumor cells and can assess for residual disease.
Ref Range: See Report
Citrate, 24Hr. Urine
0021-6
Alternate Name: CITRATE,24hr.URN.
Preferred Specimen: 4 mL Urine Container - 24hr
CPT Code: 82507 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup 24 hour,Urine Tube 24 hour
Specimen Comment: Record total volume, collection time interval, and pH on transport tube.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Ref Range: See Report mg/24hrs
CK-903 for Prostate Cancer
Alternate Name: GP/CK-903, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: See Report
5434-6
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
CK-903- TC Only
Alternate Name: CK903 PROSTATE CANCER (TECH)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: See Report
5404-9
CPT Code: G0461-TC (1)
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CLL FISH Panel
5280-3
Alternate Name: P53/D13S319/ATM/+12
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (4)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Components: P53 by FISH
Clinical Indication: The CLL FISH panel is a comprehensive prognostic panel for treatment stratification.
CLL FISH Panel- TC Only
P962-4
Alternate Name: CLL FISH PANEL- TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (4)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Components: TRISOMY 12 BY FISH-TC, 13Q14.3 BY FISH-TC ONLY, 17P13 BY FISH-TC ONLY, 11Q22.3 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Clinical Indication: The CLL FISH panel is a comprehensive prognostic panel to allow for enhanced disease management.
CML: ABL Kinase Mutation Analysis
6290-1
Alternate Name: ABL KINASE MUT.ANAL(NJ ETC.)
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81401 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Place bone marrow into tube, label with patient's name. Send in bone marrow kit.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Measures unfavorable response to Imatinib mesylate (Gleevec) in patients with CML. Assesses for ABL mutations,
including T315I, which may confer resistance to TKIs.
Ref Range: See Report
Colon DNA Mismatch Repair Reflex
Alternate Name: COLON DNA MISMCH REP
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please provide a copy of the pathology report.
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Components: MICRO SATELLITE INSTABILITY
Clinical Indication: Useful in the assessment of Lynch Syndrome.
P264-5
CPT Code: 81301 (1)
Colon Reflex Dx
B365-8
Alternate Name: COLON REFLEX DX PANEL
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81301 (1), 81275 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 6-8 days
Clinical Indication: Testing algorithm designed to provide a comprehensive analysis of common colon cancer genetic abnormalities. KRAS
and MSI testing are performed to detect abnormalities that affect treatment decision; tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy and chemotherapy,
respectively. The latter half of the algorithm is intended to rule out Lynch Syndrome. KRAS and MSI with a reflex to BRAF and MLH1 to screen
for Lynch Syndrome.
Ref Range: See Report
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Complement C3, Serum
0532-2
Alternate Name: COMPLEMENT C3
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86160 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Used in the diagnosis of C3 deficiency and investigation of a patient with a low to absent total complement (CH[50]) level.
Ref Range: 90-180 mg/dL
Complement C4, Serum
0533-0
Alternate Name: COMPLEMENT C4
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86160 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Used in the diagnosis of C4 deficiency and investigation of a patient with a low to absent total complement (CH[50]) level.
Ref Range: 10-40 mg/dL
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
3427-2
Alternate Name: COMP. METABOLIC (CMP)
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 80053 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric SST
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: Total Protein, Albumin, Calcium, Creatinine, Bilirubin, Total, Alk Phos, AST, Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, CO2, BUN, Glucose,
ALT
Clinical Indication: For determining status of kidneys, liver, electrolytes, acid/base balance and blood sugar and protein levels.
Ref Range: See Report
Comprehensive Slide Consult
Alternate Name: COMPREHENSIVE SLIDE CONSULT
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Stained Slides
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Slide consultation
5256-3
CPT Code: 88325 (1)
Comprehensive Urine Pathology
Alternate Name: COMP.URN.,PATHOLOGY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL Voided Urine - Urocyte Collection Kit
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: To aid in the diagnosis of bladder cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
5324-9
CPT Code: 88121 (1), 88112 (1)
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Comprehensive Urine Pathology- TC Only
5253-0
Alternate Name: COMPREHENSIVE URN PATHOLOGY TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL Voided Urine - Urocyte Collection Kit,ThinPrep Cytolyte CPT Code: 88121-TC (1), 88112-TC (1)
Solution
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: To aid in the diagnosis of bladder cancer.
Coombs Test, Direct
0064-6
Alternate Name: DIRECT COOMBS
Preferred Specimen: Pink Tube-EDTA
CPT Code: 86880 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender,Lavender top- EDTA,Yellow top- ACD
Specimen Comment: Submit an extra lavender top tube if ordering CBC.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: To detect antibodies bound to red cells in autoimmune or allo-immune hemolytic anemia.
Ref Range: Negative
Cortisol, Serum, Random
0900-1
Alternate Name: CORTISOL, RANDOM
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL Red Top
CPT Code: 82533 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,SST Tube,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Ref Range: 2.5-25.0 ug/dL,3.1-22.4 ug/dL
Creatinine Clearance, Urine, 24 Hours
Alternate Name: CREATININE, CLEAR,(24
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube,Urine Container - 24hr
Specimen Comment: Provide total volume on requisition and on container
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Components: Creatinine
Ref Range:
0072-9
CPT Code: 82575 (1)
Culture, Blood
Alternate Name: CULTURE, BLOOD
Methodology: Bacterial Culture
Preferred Specimen: Blood Culture Bottles-Aerobic/Anaerobic
CPT Code: 87040 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Yellow top- SPS
Specimen Comment: Observe Aerobic/Anerobic Collection instructions
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 6 days
Clinical Indication: Isolate and identify potentially pathogenic organisms causing bacteremia.
Ref Range:
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Culture, Urine
0080-2
Alternate Name: URINE CULTURE
Methodology: Bacterial Culture
Preferred Specimen: 10 mL Urine Container-Boricult
CPT Code: 87086 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Tube - Grey Top,Urine Cup,Urine tube without preservative
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 4 days
Ref Range: No Growth
Culture, Wound, Aerobic Only
0082-8
Alternate Name: WOUND CULTURE PANEL
Methodology: Bacterial Culture
Preferred Specimen: Swab-E
CPT Code: 87205 (1), 87077 (1), 87075 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Swab-Bacterial Culture,Cup-other (source required),Swab-Amies with Charcoal-Black
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Components: GRAM STAIN
Ref Range: No Growth
CYP2C19 Pharmacogenomic (Plavix)
5847-9
Alternate Name: CYP2C19
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 81225 (1)
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 7 days
Clinical Indication: Measures response to the usual standard dose of clopidogrel and determines if patient requires alternate forms of antiplatelet therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
CYP2D6 (NY Only): Tamoxifen Resistance
Alternate Name: P450 2D6 GENOTYPE
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 6-8 days
Clinical Indication: Assessment for efficacy of tamoxifen.
Ref Range: See Report
5296-9
CPT Code: 81225
CYP2D6: Tamoxifen Resistance (non-NY only)
Alternate Name: CYP2D6
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 7 days
Clinical Indication: Assessment for efficacy of tamoxifen.
Ref Range: See Report
5287-8
CPT Code: 81226 (1)
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Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody, IgG
0400-2
Alternate Name: CMV Ab.(IgG)
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86644 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Aid in diagnosis of CMV infection.
Ref Range: Neg=<0.9
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody, IgM
0461-4
Alternate Name: CMV Ab.(IgM)
Methodology: Enzyme Linked Immunoabsorbance
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86645 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Aid in diagnosis of CMV infection.
Ref Range: <0.91
DNA Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy
Alternate Name: DNA PLOIDY FOR MOLAR PREG.
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for Partial Hydatidiform Mole.
Ref Range: See Report
5555-8
CPT Code: 88182 (1)
DNA Ploidy/S-Phase by Flow Cytometry
Alternate Name: DNA CELL CYCLE (PLOIDY)/FLOW
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Prognostic indicator in breast cancer patients.
Ref Range: See Report
5575-6
CPT Code: 88182 (1)
DPD 5-FU Genotype
6285-1
Alternate Name: DPD-5 FU GENOTYPE
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81400 (1)
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 7 days
Clinical Indication: Partial or complete deficiency of DPD activity has been associated with an increased risk for severe adverse reactions
when treated with pyrimidine-based chemotherapeutic agents, such as 5-fluorouracil (5-FU). The test can also be used to confirm the clinical
diagnosis of dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase (DPD) deficiency in affected patients and for the detection of the IVS14+1G>A mutation in
asymptomatic carriers.
Ref Range: See Report
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EBV Capsid Ab, IgG
0234-5
Alternate Name: EBV CAPSID Ag.Ab/IgG
Methodology: Multiplex Flow Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86665 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <0.9 AI
EBV Capsid Ab, IgM
0580-1
Alternate Name: EBV CAPSID Ag.Ab/IgM
Methodology: Multiplex Flow Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86665 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <0.9 AI
EBV, Early Antigen Ab
0582-7
Alternate Name: EBV EARLY Ag.Ab
Methodology: Multiplex Flow Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86663 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <0.9 AI
EBV, Nuclear Antigen Ab, IgG
0583-5
Alternate Name: EBNA Ab/IgG
Methodology: Multiplex Flow Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86664 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <0.9 AI
EGFR by PCR
5295-1
Alternate Name: EGFR BY PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81235 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Tissue,Eppendorf tube,Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: NCCN recommended test for assessment of the effectiveness of erlotinib and other TKI therapies.
Ref Range: See Report
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EGFR by PCR if neg. reflex to ALK
A675-1
Alternate Name: EGFR PCR RFX NEG>EML4
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81235 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: This test is used for patients with non-small-cell lung cancer, primarily adenocarcinoma histology, to determine
appropriateness of tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. CAP guidelines recommend EGFR and ALK testing in advanced stage adenocarcinoma
regardless of sex, smoking history, and other clinical factors. Expert concensus opinion written in the CAP guidelines recommend EGFR and
ALK testing for all stages of adenocarcinoma.
Ref Range: See Report
Electrolytes, Serum
Alternate Name: ELECTROLYTES
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment: Do not use Red-top tube.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: Sodium, Potassium, Chloride, CO2
Ref Range:
0002-6
CPT Code: 80051 (1)
Electrophoresis, Urine Protein (UPEP)
0404-4
Alternate Name: PROTEIN ELECT.,U
Methodology: Electrophoresis
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL Urine Cup
CPT Code: 84166 (7), 84156 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine tube without preservative
Specimen Comment: Use code Q069 for 24 hr urine.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Components: M SPIKE,UPEP, PROTEIN,URN.TIMED/RAND
Clinical Indication: Detects urine albumin, urine alpha, urine beta, and urine gamma globulin fractions if present, including various patterns of
proteinuria (glomerular, tubular, Bence Jones monoclonal light chains).
EML4-ALK by IHC
B565-3
Alternate Name: ALK (EML4/ALK) BY IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of EML4-ALK protein overexpression is used as a screening assay to determine a lung cancer patient's
eligibility for crizotinib, a tyrosine kinase inhibitor.
ER / PR - w/Interpretation
5198-7
Alternate Name: ER/PR RECEP.PROFILE
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: IHC analysis of hormone receptors ER and PR are used for treatment stratification and to subtype breast carcinomas.
Hormone directed therapies such as selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMS) are appropriately utilized in the context of ER results.
Ref Range: See Report
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ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 - w/Interpretation
5160-7
Alternate Name: ER/PR/DNA/Ki-67 W/INTERP.
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (3), 88182 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: DNA testing by FLOW cytometry.
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: IHC analysis of hormone receptors ER and PR are used for treatment stratification and to subtype breast carcinomas. DNA
and Ki-67 are are prognostic markers for disease progression.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2- TC Only
5433-8
Alternate Name: BREAST PROF.V(er/pr)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (4)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Hormone receptor (ER/PR) and HER2 status in breast carcinoma at diagnosis has been established as a clinically useful
standard of care parameter to determine treatment options and prediction of patient response. Accurate IHC analysis is critical to setting the
appropriate treatment strategy for patients with breast carcinoma. Ki-67 is a cell proliferation marker used in breast carcinoma for prognosis
prediction.
ER / PR / Ki-67/ HER2 - w/Interpretation
5163-1
Alternate Name: ER/PR/KI-67/HER2/IHC/INTER.
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (4)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Hormone receptor (ER/PR) and HER2 status in breast carcinoma at diagnosis has been established as a clinically useful
standard of care parameter to determine treatment options and prediction of patient response. Accurate IHC analysis of ER/PR/HER2 is critical
to setting the appropriate treatment strategy for patients with breast carcinoma. Ki-67 is a cell proliferation marker used in breast carcinoma for
prognosis prediction.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 (Tech Only), plus DNA (Global)
5131-8
Alternate Name: ER/PR/KI67/HER-2+DNA,IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (4), 88182 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: DNA testing by FLOW cytometry.
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Hormone receptor (ER/PR) and HER2 status in breast carcinoma at diagnosis has been established as a clinically useful
standard of care parameter to determine treatment options and prediction of patient response. Accurate IHC analysis of ER/PR/HER2 is critical
to setting the appropriate treatment strategy for patients with breast carcinoma. Ki-67 is a cell proliferation marker used in breast carcinoma for
prognosis prediction. DNA ploidy measures the amount of DNA content and proliferative activity (cell cycle/S-phase fraction) in analyzed tumor
cells as predictors of prognosis.
Ref Range: See Report
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ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 / HER2 - w/Interpretation
5162-3
Alternate Name: ER/PR/DNA/KI-67/HER2, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (4), 88182 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: DNA testing by FLOW cytometry.
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Hormone receptor (ER/PR) and HER2 status in breast carcinoma at diagnosis has been established as a clinically useful
standard of care parameter to determine treatment options and prediction of patient response. Accurate IHC analysis of ER/PR/HER2 is critical
to setting the appropriate treatment strategy for patients with breast carcinoma. Ki-67 is a cell proliferation marker used in breast carcinoma for
prognosis prediction. DNA ploidy measures the amount of DNA content and proliferative activity (cell cycle/S-phase fraction) in analyzed tumor
cells as predictors of prognosis.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
5408-0
Alternate Name: ER/PR/DNA/KI-67/HER2 W/RFLX
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (4), 88182 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: DNA testing by FLOW cytometry. This comes in block from client with surgical number imprint. This comes in block from
client with surgical number imprint.
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive breast cancer profile that is useful for subtyping and treatment selection.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / HER2 - w/Interpretation
5161-5
Alternate Name: ER/PR/HER2-NEU W/INTERP.
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful to determine appropriate treatment for breast cancer, hormonal therapy and targeted HER2 therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
5406-4
Alternate Name: ER/PR/HER2-RFX BY FISH
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful to determine appropriate treatment for breast cancer, hormonal therapy and targeted HER2 therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / HER2 FISH- TC Only
A277-6
Alternate Name: ER,PR,HER2 FISH TECH ONLY
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (2), 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Useful to determine appropriate treatment for breast cancer, hormonal therapy and targeted HER2 therapy.
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ER / PR / HER2- TC Only
5127-6
Alternate Name: ER/PR/HER2, IHC (TC ONLY)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful to determine appropriate treatment for breast cancer, hormonal therapy and targeted HER2 therapy.
ER / PR / Ki-67 / p53 / HER2 FISH- TC Only
A278-4
Alternate Name: ER,PR,KI-67,P53,HER2 FISH, TC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (4), 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive breast cancer profile that is useful for subtyping and treatment selection.
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
5407-2
Alternate Name: ER/PR/KI-67/HER2 W/REFLEX
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (4)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful to determine appropriate treatment for breast cancer, hormonal therapy and targeted HER2 therapy. Ki-67 is a cell
proliferation marker used for prognosis in breast cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 / p53, TC Only
A951-6
Alternate Name: ER/PRKI-67/HER2/P53-TC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (5)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Hormone receptor (ER/PR) and HER2 status in breast carcinoma at diagnosis has been established as a clinically useful
standard of care parameter to determine treatment options and prediction of patient response. Accurate IHC analysis is critical to setting the
appropriate treatment strategy for patients with breast carcinoma. Ki-67 is a cell proliferation marker used in breast carcinoma for prognosis
prediction.
ER / PR / Ki-67- TC Only, plus DNA- Global
5129-2
Alternate Name: ER/PR/KI67+DNA, IHC (TC ONLY)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (3), 88182 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: IHC analysis of hormone receptors ER and PR are used to subtype breast carcinomas and for treatment selection. DNA
and Ki-67 are prognostic markers for disease progression.
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ER / PR / Ki67 / p53 / HER2 FISH -TC Only plus DNA- Global
A276-8
Alternate Name: ER,PR,KI67,P53,HER2 FISH TC/DNA
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (4), 88367-TC (1), 88182 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. DNA testing by FLOW cytometry.
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive breast cancer profile that is useful for subtyping and treatment selection.
Ref Range: See Report
ER / PR- TC Only
5425-4
Alternate Name: ER/PR (TECH COMPONENT ONLY)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: IHC analysis of hormone receptors ER and PR are used to subtype breast carcinomas. Hormone directed therapies such
as selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMS) are appropriately utilized in the context of ER results.
Ref Range: See Report
ERCC1
A300-6
Alternate Name: ERCC1 by PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81479 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Clinical Indication: ERCC1 mRNA expression is a prognosis marker and clinical biomarker for cisplatin-based chemotherapies in lung cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
Erythropoietin, Serum
0183-4
Alternate Name: ERYTHROPOIETIN
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82668 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Low levels of EPO are associated with anemia of decreased cell production and Polycythemia vera. Elevated levels of
EPO are associated with anemia of increased red cell destruction.
Ref Range: 2.59-18.50 mIU/mL
Estradiol, Serum
0516-5
Alternate Name: ESTRADIOL
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82670 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: See Below pg/mL,<20-53 pg/mL,<5.00-20.00 pg/mL,<39.9 pg/mL,5.00-45.00 pg/mL,7.63-42.60 pg/mL,6.00-27.00 pg/mL
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Estrogen, Total, Serum
0562-9
Alternate Name: ESTROGENS,TOT.SER.
Preferred Specimen: 3 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82672 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Red,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Red Top,Green top,Microtainer - Pediatric
Green Top,Aliquot Plasma Heparinized-green top,Aliquot Tube-Plasma
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Factor V (R2) Polymorphism
Alternate Name: FACTOR V (R2)
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 4 mL Yellow top- ACD
Alternate Specimen: 4 mL Lavender top- EDTA
Specimen Comment: Sendout
Turn Around Time: 18 days
Ref Range: See Report
5727-3
CPT Code: 81400 (1)
Factor V Mutation (Leiden)
5726-5
Alternate Name: FACTOR V MUTATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 4 mL Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 81241 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender,4 mL Yellow top- ACD
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Clinical Indication: This test is used to detect mutations in clotting factor V that may lead to an increased risk for deep vein thrombosis and
miscarriage.
Ref Range: See Report
Ferritin, Serum
0088-5
Alternate Name: FERRITIN
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82728 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: This test measures the level of ferritin, a primary iron storage in the body. Low levels of ferritin are indicative of iron
deficiency, a cause of anemia.
Ref Range: 10-291 ng/mL,22-322 ng/mL,See Below ng/mL,50-200 ng/mL,7-140 ng/mL
FLT3 Mutation Analysis
5178-9
Alternate Name: FLT-3 MUTATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81245 (1), 81479 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 3 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,3 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting bone marrow, 2 ml is required. Performed at LabPMM for NY and NON-NY
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-7 days
Clinical Indication: FLT3 (fms-like tyrosine kinase 3) is a tyrosine kinase receptor expressed on hematopoietic progenitor cells and is
important in stem cell survival and differentiation. FLT3 mutation is a poor prognostic marker in AML. It also has additional therapeutic utility as
a potential target for inhibitor therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
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Folate, Serum
0090-1
Alternate Name: FOLIC ACID
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82746 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Aliquot Tube-Serum,Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Testing for folic acid is clinically useful to determine a possible cause of macrocytic anemia.
Ref Range: >5.38 ng/mL,See Below ng/mL
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
0092-7
Alternate Name: FSH
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 83001 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 1.5-12.4 mIU/mL,1.27-19.26 mIU/mL,See Below mIU/mL,1.4-18.1 mIU/mL
Free Kappa & Lambda Light Chain (serum)
Alternate Name: KAPPA/LAMBDA LIGHT C
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Components: KAPPA FREE LIGHT CHAIN, LAMBDA FREE LIGHT CHAIN
Clinical Indication: Useful in monitoring of Plasma Cell Myeloma.
Ref Range: See Report mg/L
3893-5
CPT Code: 83520 (2)
GenArray Molecular Karyotyping
5306-6
Alternate Name: ARRAY CGH ANALYSIS
Methodology: Array CGH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81406 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 7-10 days
Clinical Indication: Array CGH identifies aneusomal DNA copy number alterations (losses and gains of DNA) in myeloid, lymphoid, and
plasma cell neoplasms. Copy number changes have significant diagnostic, prognostic, and therapeutic implications. Array CGH offers superior
resolution to that of conventional cytogenetics and FISH for copy number change detection. In addition, Array CGH does not require metaphase
analysis (dividing cells), overcoming the inherent limitation of required cell growth for lymphoid-derived neoplasms by cytogenetic analysis.
Germ Cell Tumor IHC Panel
5194-6
Alternate Name: GERM CELL TUMOR, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (8)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of germ cell tumors. The components of this panel include: AFP, CAM 5.2, CD30, CD117, HCG,
Oct 3/4, PLAP, Podoplanin and SALL4.
Ref Range: See Report
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GIST Profile
5175-5
Alternate Name: GIST PROFILE
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (5)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of gastrointestinal stromal tumors. The components of this panel include: Actin, CD34, CD117,
DOG-1, S100 and SMA.
Ref Range: See Report
Gonorrhea (GC), Urine, Probetec
Alternate Name: N.GONOR.AMP.DNA
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Urine Tube BD
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup,Urine tube without preservative
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: Negative
2666-6
CPT Code: 87591 (1)
Haptoglobin, Serum
0514-0
Alternate Name: HAPTOGLOBIN
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 83010 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment: Avoid hemolysis
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Used to assess intravascular hemolysis
Ref Range: 30-200 mg/dL
Helicobacter pylori, IgA
1766-5
Alternate Name: H.PYLORI Ab.,IgA
Methodology: Enzyme Linked Immunoabsorbance
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86677 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of high titer of antibody IgA to Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is used to screen for active infection and cause
of gastrointestinal disease. The presence of high titers of IgA only suggests infection and should be confirmed with other tests. High titers of
both IgA and IgG antibodies to H. pylori may be considered to represent a chronic active infection.
Ref Range: See Below
Helicobacter pylori, IgG
1765-7
Alternate Name: H.PYLORI Ab.,IgG
Methodology: Enzyme Linked Immunoabsorbance
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86677 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of high titer of antibody IgG to Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) is used to screen for active infection and cause
of gastrointestinal disease. High titers of both IgA and IgG antibodies to H. pylori may be considered to represent a chronic active infection.
Ref Range: See Below
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Helicobacter pylori, IgM
7736-2
Alternate Name: H.PYLORI Ab.,IgM
Methodology: Enzyme Linked Immunoabsorbance
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86677 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: The detection of IgM may be useful to determine causes of gastritis.
Ref Range: See Below
Hemoglobin A1C
Alternate Name: Hemoglobin A1c
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 0.5 mL Lavender top- EDTA
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Diabetic monitoring.
Ref Range: <5.7 %
0102-4
CPT Code: 83036 (1)
Hemoglobin Fractionation, HPLC
0216-2
Alternate Name: HEMOGLOBIN FRACTIONATION (HPLC)
Methodology: High Pressure Liquid Chromatography
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 83021 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Components: Hb A, Hb A2, Hb F, Hb S, Hb C, Hb OTHER
Clinical Indication: Assesses for Beta-thalassemia and sickling hemoglobinopathies.
Ref Range:
Hepatic Function Panel
3422-3
Alternate Name: HEPATIC FUNCTION
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 80076 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric SST
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: Total Protein, Albumin, Bilirubin, Total, Alk Phos, AST, Bilirubin, Direct, ALT
Clinical Indication: For evaluating liver function.
Hepatocellular vs. Cholangiocarcinoma vs. Metastasis IHC Panel
5193-8
Alternate Name: HEPATOCELVCHOLANGVMETAS/IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (10)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Differential diagnosis between Hepatocellular, Cholangiocarcinoma and GI/pulmonary metastasis. The components of this
panel include: AFP, CA19.9, CAM 5.2, CDX2, CEAm, CK7, CK20, Glypican-3, Hepatocyte, PODXL-1 and TTF-1. Supplementary IHC may be
necessary for definitive characterization if metastatic disease is identified.
Ref Range: See Report
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HER2 by IHC
5171-4
Alternate Name: Her-2/Neu, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by IHC is used to set treatment strategics in breast carcinoma. Results may predict response to tyrosine kinase
inhibitor therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
HER2 by FISH
5262-1
Alternate Name: HER-2/Neu,FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. This comes in block from client with surgical number imprint.
This comes in block from client with surgical number imprint.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by FISH is used to determine prognosis and for predictive response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. FISH is
commonly used to confirm borderline IHC results and/or as an additional confirmation of HER2 status.
Ref Range: See Report
HER2 by FISH - Gastric/GEJ
A427-7
Alternate Name: HER2 FISH-GASTRIC+GEJ
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by FISH is used to predict response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. FISH is often used as secondary
confirmation for borderline 2+ cases.
Ref Range: See Report
HER2 by FISH for Gastric/GEJ- TC Only
A428-5
Alternate Name: HER2 FISH TC-GAS.+GEJ
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. Please write surgical number on block and on requisition.
Provide fixation time on requisition as well
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by FISH is used to predict response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. FISH is often used as secondary
confirmation for borderline 2+ cases.
HER2 by IHC - Reflex +2 to HER2 by FISH
5428-8
Alternate Name: HER-2 NEU, IHC w/reflex to FISH
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by IHC is used to set treatment strategics in breast carcinoma. Results may predict response to tyrosine kinase
inhibitor therapy. Borderline 2+ cases are automatically reflexed to FISH.
Ref Range: See Report
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HER2 by IHC in Gastric/Gastroesophageal Carcinoma
Alternate Name: HER2 BY IHC GI/ESO CARCINOMA
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: To assess for the indication of trastuzumab.
Ref Range: See Report
A972-2
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
HER2 by IHC- TC Only
5405-6
Alternate Name: HER-2 NEU, IHC (TC ONLY)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by IHC is used to determine if patient is a candidate for trastuzumab therapy. Results may predict response to
tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy.
HER2 FISH- TC Only
5259-7
Alternate Name: AUTOMATED HER2 FISH TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: HER2 by FISH is used to determine prognosis and for predictive response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. FISH is
commonly used to confirm borderline IHC results and/or as an additional confirmation of HER2 status.
Hereditary Hemochromotosis (HFE): C282Y, H63D, S65C
3420-7
Alternate Name: HEMOCHROMATOSIS DNA
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81256 (1)
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Interrogation of genes, C282Y, H63D, and S65C, that assess risk for hereditary hemochromotosis (HFE). HFE is a
common autosomal recessive disorder leading to the excessive accumulation of iron in the parenchymal organs.
Ref Range: See Report
HIV-1/HIV-2 Antibody Screen
Alternate Name: HIV 1/2 ANTIBODY
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86703 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric Red,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: Negative
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HLA-B27
0375-6
Alternate Name: HLA-B27
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Green top
CPT Code: 86812 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Lavender top- EDTA,Yellow top- ACD,Microtainer - Pediatric Green Top,Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Ref Range: Negative
Hodgkin Lymphoma IHC Panel
5101-1
Alternate Name: NON-HODGKINS V. HODGKINS
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (8)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Differential diagnosis between NHL and Hodgkin Lymphoma (HL). The components of this panel include: CD3, CD15,
CD20, CD30, CD45, CD79a, EBV, Fascin and PAX-5.
HPV High by ISH
8714-8
Alternate Name: HPV HIGH by ISH
Methodology: In Situ Hybridization
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88365 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Unstained slides on Fisherbrand Superfrost PLUS microscope slides ONLY
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of high risk Human Papillomavirus
Ref Range: Negative
HPV High by ISH- TC Only
8689-2
Alternate Name: HPV HIGH by ISH STAIN ONLY
Methodology: In Situ Hybridization
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88365-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Unstained slides on Fisherbrand Superfrost PLUS microscope slides ONLY
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of high risk Human Papillomavirus
HPV High/Low by ISH- TC Only
8696-7
Alternate Name: HPV HIGH/LOW by ISH STAIN ONLY
Methodology: In Situ Hybridization
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88365-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Unstained slides on Fisherbrand Superfrost PLUS microscope slides ONLY
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of low and high risk Human Papillomavirus
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HPV High/Low Risk by ISH
3412-4
Alternate Name: HPV HIGH/LOW BY ISH
Methodology: In Situ Hybridization
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88365 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Unstained slides on Fisherbrand Superfrost PLUS microscope slides ONLY
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of low and high risk Human Papillomavirus
Ref Range: Negative
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), Quantitative, Tumor Marker
1201-3
Alternate Name: HCG,QUANT.(TUMOR MK)
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84702 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <2.0 mIU/mL,<10.0 mIU/mL,See Below mIU/mL
IgH/TCR-GAMMA by PCR
5080-7
Alternate Name: DNA PROBE LYMPHOCYTE
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81342 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Tissue in RPMI
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Components: TCR-gamma, PCR, ICH, PCR
Clinical Indication: IgH assesses B-cell clonality, while TCR-gamma is used to assess for T-cell clonality.
IgVH Mutation Analysis
5223-3
Alternate Name: IGVH MUTATION ANALYSIS
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81263 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting bone marrow place bone marrow into tube, label with patient's name. Send in bone marrow kit.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Prognostic marker for patients with CLL. Hypermutated IgVH is a favorable prognostic indicator in CLL.
Ref Range: See Report
Immunofixation, Serum
0413-5
Alternate Name: IMMUNOFIXATION,SERUM
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86334 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment: Replaces Immunoelectrophoresis
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 4 days
Clinical Indication: Immunofixation is used to characterize an abnormal population of monoclonal immunoglobulin proteins, or an M-spike,
usually associated with a plasma cell myeloma.
Ref Range: Negative
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Immunofixation, Urine, Random
1644-4
Alternate Name: IMMUNOFIXATION, URINE
Methodology: Electrophoresis
Preferred Specimen: 9 mL Urine Cup
CPT Code: 86335 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Container - 24hr,Urine tube without preservative,Urine Urinalysis Tube - Yellow,Urine Cup 24 hour,Urine Tube 24
hour
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Immunofixation is used to characterize an abnormal population of monoclonal immunoglobulin proteins and/or free light
chains (Bence Jones proteins) in the urine, usually associated with plasma cell myeloma.
Ref Range: Negative
Immunoglobulins, Serum
0520-7
Alternate Name: IMMUNOGLOBULINS, SER
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82784 (3)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric Red,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: IgG, SERUM, IgM, SERUM, IgA, SERUM
Iron + TIBC
Alternate Name: IRON + TIBC
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: Iron, TIBC
Clinical Indication: Assess iron stores and transferrin. See ferritin test.
Ref Range: See Report
0250-1
CPT Code: 83540 (1), 83550 (1)
JAK2 Exon 12
5307-4
Alternate Name: JAK-2 Exon 12
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81403 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 4 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Polycythemia vera in patients who are JAK2 V617F-negative.
Ref Range: See Report
JAK2 V617F
5157-3
Alternate Name: JAK-2 V617F MUT. ANALYSIS
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81270 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for non-CML Chronic Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (Essential Thrombocythemia, Polycythemia vera,
Myelofibrosis).
Ref Range: See Report
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Ki-67 by IHC
Alternate Name: Ki-67, IHC MANUAL
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess tumor cell proliferation.
Ref Range: See Report
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CPT Code: 88361 (1)
Ki-67 by IHC- TC Only
Alternate Name: KI-67 IMAGED
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: To assess for proliferation in breast cancer.
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KIT (D816V) by PCR
5179-7
Alternate Name: C-KIT (CD117)
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81402 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Systemic mastocytosis is characterized by the infilitration of clonal mast cells in the bone marrow, tissue, liver, and skin.
Mutational testing for KIT D816V is a diagnostic tool for systemic mastocytosis because the majority of confirmed diagnoses harbor this
mutation. Bone marrow evaluation is the primary diagnostic tool for systemic mastocytosis and provides the most reliable prognosis. Patients
that harbor the KIT mutation exhibit resistance to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy, such as imatinib. When KIT is mutated in the presence of
RUNX1 the patient prognosis is unfavorable.
Ref Range: See Report
KIT/PDGFRA for GIST by PCR
A344-4
Alternate Name: C-KIT/PDGFRA (GIST)
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81404 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment: Please write surgical number on block and on requisition. Provide fixation time on requisition as well.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Clinical Indication: KIT mutations in exons 9 and 11 are present in ~85% of GIST patients.This test is helpful to determine patient response to
imatinib. Patients with PDGFRA mutations are more likely to respond to imatinib while secondary KIT mutations in exons 13, 14, 17, and 18 are
common in patients with acquired imatinib resistance.
Ref Range: See Report
KRAS
5288-6
Alternate Name: K-RAS GENE MUTATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81275 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 2-3 days
Clinical Indication: Assessment for resistance to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy, used primarily in lung and colon cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
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KRAS if Negative Reflex to BRAF
5891-7
Alternate Name: GP/K-RAS IF NEG. RFLX TO BRAF
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81275 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3-4 days
Clinical Indication: Assessment for resistance to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy used in colon cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH), Serum
0117-2
Alternate Name: LD
Methodology: UV
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 83615 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Helpful in the diagnostic and prognostic assessment for hematological malignancies.
Ref Range: 135-225 U/L,120-246 U/L,135-214 U/L
Lipid Panel
Alternate Name: LIPID PANEL
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: Cholesterol, HDL CHOL., DIRECT, Triglycerides
0009-1
CPT Code: 80061 (1)
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) Direct
Alternate Name: LIPOPROT. (LDL) DIRECT
Methodology: Enzyme Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Risk factor for developing coronary artery disease (CAD).
Ref Range: <100 mg/dL
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CPT Code: 83721 (1)
Lung Adeno Reflex Dx
B367-4
Alternate Name: LUNG ADENO RFX DX PANEL
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81275 (1), 88381 (1), 81235 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: FFPE:Indicate source. Label block and requisition with surgical number and pack in shipping kit
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Clinical Indication: This reflex biomarker panel is useful to determine eligibility and response to targeted therapies. EGFR and KRAS with
negative reflexes to ALK and ROS1
Ref Range: See Report
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Lung Adeno Reflex Panel: EGFR --> KRAS--> ALK
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Alternate Name: LUNG ADENO REFLEX PANEL
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81235 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Components: EGFR BY PCR
Clinical Indication: This reflex biomarker panel is useful to determine eligibility and response to targeted therapies.
Lung Adenocarcinoma Targeted Therapy Profile
B369-0
Alternate Name: EGFR RFX>ALK RFX>ROS1
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81235 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: This test is used for patients with non-small-cell lung cancer, primarily adenocarcinoma histology, to determine
appropriateness of tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy. CAP guidelines recommend EGFR in advanced stage adenocarcinoma regardless of sex,
smoking history, and other clinical factors. Expert concensus opinion written in the CAP guidelines recommend EGFR testing for all stages of
adenocarcinoma. EGFR with a negative reflex to ALK. If ALK is negative a reflex to ROS1 will be added.
Ref Range: See Report
Lung Histology IHC Panel
A130-7
Alternate Name: SQUAMOS V. ADENOCARCINOMA
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88342 (5)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Classification of histology subtype (adenocarcinoma vs. squamous cell carcinoma) in patients with lung cancer. The
components of this panel include: CK5/6, Napsin A, p40 and TTF-1.
Ref Range: See Report
Lung Profile: KRAS, EGFR, EML4-ALK, ROS1
B368-2
Alternate Name: KRAS,EFGR,EML4-ALK,ROS1
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81275 (1), 88381 (1), 81235 (1), 88368 (4)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: FFPE: Indicate source. Label block and requisition with surgical number and pack in shipping kit.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: This lung biomarker panel is useful to determine eligibility and response to targeted therapies.
Ref Range: See Report
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
Alternate Name: LH
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 83002 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 1.7-8.6 mIU/mL,1.24-8.62 mIU/mL,See Below mIU/mL,1.5-9.3 mIU/mL
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Lyme Disease Antibody, Serum
0568-6
Alternate Name: LYME DISEASE Ab.
Methodology: Enzyme Linked Immunoabsorbance
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86618 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment: Positive result will auto-reflex to LYME IgM-1615 at additional charge
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: For determining antibodies to Borrelia burgdorferi, which causes Lyme disease.
Ref Range: <0.91
Lymphoproliferative Disorder Analysis
5535-0
Alternate Name: CHRONIC FLOW PANEL B+T CELL
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (17), 88189 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry is useful in the detection and diagnostic subclassification of lymphoma. It is specifically important in the
subclassification of B-cell malignancies such as chronic lymphocytic leukemia, mantle cell lymphoma, lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma, follicle
center and Burkitt's lymphoma, and plasmacytoma.
Ref Range: See Report
Lymphoproliferative Disorder Analysis (Technical Only)
5536-8
Alternate Name: CHRONIC FLOW PANEL (TC ONLY)
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (17)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry is useful in the detection and diagnostic subclassification of lymphoma. It is specifically important in the
subclassification of B-cell malignancies such as chronic lymphocytic leukemia, mantle cell lymphoma, lymphoplasmacytic lymphoma, follicle
center and Burkitt's lymphoma, and plasmacytoma.
Lynch Syndrome Reflex Screening
B366-6
Alternate Name: BRAF RFLX NEG. TO MLH1
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81210 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please attach MSI results. Test cannot be performed without MSI results. Source and pathology report is required. This
comes in block from client with surgical number imprint.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Clinical Indication: Testing algorithm designed to rule out Lynch Syndrome.
Ref Range: See Report
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MDS FISH Panel
5281-1
Alternate Name: +8,-5/5q-,-7/7q-,20q-, FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (4)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of primary myeloid disorders, including MDS. Patients with 5q- are eligible for treatment with
lenalidomide.
Ref Range: See Report
MDS FISH Panel- TC Only
P960-8
Alternate Name: MDS FISH PANEL- TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (4)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Components: -7/7Q- BY FISH-TC ONLY, -5/5Q- BY FISH-TC ONLY, TRISOMY 8 BY FISH-TC, 20Q12 BY FISH-TC ONLY
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of primary myeloid disorders, including MDS. Patients with 5q- are eligible for treatment with
lenalidomide.
MET by FISH
B335-1
Alternate Name: MET BY FISH GLOBAL
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please write surgical number on block and on requisition. Provide fixation time on requisition as well.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 7-10 days
Clinical Indication: Detects MET amplification that has prognostic and therapeutic implications in various solid tumors, such as NSCLC.
MET by FISH - TC Only
B336-9
Alternate Name: MET BY FISH-TECH ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Detects MET amplification that has diagnostic and prognostic utility for various solid tumors, such as NSCLC.
MET by IHC
A612-4
Alternate Name: MET BY IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88342
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: To assess for MET protein overexpression that may drive cancer proliferation in epithelial cancers such as NSCLC.
Ref Range: See Report
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Metastatic Carcinoma (Breast, Colon) - Lymph Node
5124-3
Alternate Name: COLON CANCER/LYMPH NODES
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for nodal metastatic carcinoma with antibody AE1/AE3. Three levels are examined.
Ref Range: See Report
Metastatic Melanoma - Lymph Node
5126-8
Alternate Name: MELANOMA/LYMPH NODES
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for nodal metastatic carcinoma. The components of this panel include: S100, HMB45 and Melan A.
Ref Range: See Report
Microsatellite Instability (MSI-H) by PCR
3371-2
Alternate Name: MICRO SATELLITE INSTABILITY
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81301 (1), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: MSI by PCR is useful to detect deficiencies in mismatch repair genes. Stage II colorectal cancer patients with Microsatellite
unstable tumors typically do not respond favorably to chemotherapy. An alternative test is MSI by IHC.
Ref Range: See Report
Minimal Residual Disease for CLL/SLL
5155-7
Alternate Name: RESIDUAL CLL/SLL ANALYSIS
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (8), 88188 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 24 hours
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry panel that focuses on B-cell markers used to assess MRD in CLL/SLL patients.
Ref Range: See Report
Mismatch Repair Protein (MMR) for Lynch Syndrome by IHC
A943-3
Alternate Name: MSI BY IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: MSI by IHC is useful to detect deficiencies in mismatch repair genes. Stage II colorectal cancer patients with Microsatellite
unstable tumors typically do not respond favorably to chemotherapy. Mismatch repair protein defect(s) by IHC is also an initial screening test for
Lynch syndrome. An alternative test is MSI by PCR. The components of this panel include: MLH1, MSH2, MSH6 and PMS2.
Ref Range: See Report
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Mismatch Repair Protein (MMR) for Lynch Syndrome by IHC- TC Only
A944-1
Alternate Name: MSI BY IHC, TC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461-TC (1), G0462-TC (3)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: MSI by IHC is useful to detect deficiencies in mismatch repair genes. Stage II colorectal cancer patients with Microsatellite
unstable tumors typically do not respond favorably to chemotherapy. Mismatch repair protein defect(s) by IHC is also an initial screening test for
Lynch syndrome. An alternative test is MSI by PCR. The components of this panel include: MLH1, MSH2, MSH6 and PMS2.
MLH1 Promoter Hypermethylation
A313-9
Alternate Name: MLH-1 PROMO.METHYLATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81479 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,Shavings
Specimen Comment: Please attach MSI results. Test cannot be performed without MSI results. Source and pathology report is required.
Turn Around Time: 4-5 days
Clinical Indication: Hypermethylation test used to help differentiate colon tumors between those with sporadic vs hereditary lineage. This test
should only be used after a mismatch repair deficiency has been established for MLH1 (IHC or PCR).
Ref Range: See Report
MPL515
5272-0
Alternate Name: MPL515 MUTATION ANALYSIS
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81402 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2-3 days
Clinical Indication: Assessment of JAK2 V617F-negative Chronic Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (ET, Myelofibrosis)
Ref Range: No Mutation
MTHFR A1298C
Alternate Name: MTHFR A1298C
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL Lavender top- EDTA
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Ref Range: No Mutation
5765-3
CPT Code: 81291 (1)
MTHFR C677T Gene Mutation
Alternate Name: MTHFR C677T
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 4 mL Lavender top- EDTA
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Ref Range: No Mutation
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CPT Code: 81291 (1)
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Multiple Myeloma FISH Panel
5282-9
Alternate Name: FGFR3,RB1,BCL1,P53,1q21
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. CD138 magnetic enrichment of plasma cells is available (submit
1.5 cc of marrow).
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Components: BCL1,t(11;14),FISH, P53 by FISH, IGH/MAF
Clinical Indication: FISH offers a sensitive method for the detection of chromosomal abnormalities, often found in plasma cell myeloma.
Chromosomal abnormalities are important prognostic indicators. All 6 FISH probes are recommended by the International Myeloma Working
Group.
Ref Range: See Report
Multiple Myeloma FISH Panel-TC Only
P961-6
Alternate Name: M. MYELOMA FISH PANEL-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Components: 13Q14 BY FISH-TC ONLY, T(11;14)+11 BY FISH-TC, 17P13 BY FISH-TC ONLY, T(4;14) BY FISH-TC ONLY, 1Q21 BY FISHTC ONLY, IGH/MAF- TC
Clinical Indication: FISH offers a sensitive method for the detection of chromosomal abnormalities, often found in plasma cell myeloma.
Chromosomal abnormalities are important prognostic indicators. All 6 FISH probes are recommended by the International Myeloma Working
Group.
Multiple Myeloma IHC Panel
5579-8
Alternate Name: PLASMA CELL DYSCRASIA/MM
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (10)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of multiple myeloma/ plasma cell myeloma. The components of this panel include: CD20, CD45,
CD56, CD79a, CD138, Cyclin D1, IgA, IgG, IgM, Kappa and Lambda.
Ref Range: See Report
MYC/IGH by FISH
5027-8
Alternate Name: MYC/IGH, t(8;14), FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Burkitt lymphoma.
Ref Range: See Report
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MYC/IGH: t(8;14) by FISH- TC Only
B349-2
Alternate Name: MYC/IGH BY FISH-TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of Burkitt lymphoma.
Myeloid & Lymphoid Analysis (Short Panel) - TC Only
B338-5
Alternate Name: MYELOID & LYMPHOID SH.PNL-TC
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88181 (1), 88185 (13)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: This flow cytometry test is similar in clinical use to the expanded Acute and Lymphoid panel (5515) but utilizes less
antibodies and is less comprehensive in scope.
Ref Range: See Report
Myeloid and Lymphoid Short Panel
B271-8
Alternate Name: MYELOID/LYMP. SHORT PAN
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (13), 88188 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: This flow cytometry test is similar in clinical use to the expanded Acute and Lymphoid panel (5515) but utilizes less
antibodies and is less comprehensive in scope.
Neuroendocrine Neoplasm IHC Panel
5195-3
Alternate Name: NEUROENDOCRINE NEOPLASM, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (5)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of neuroendocrine neoplasms. The components of this panel include: CAM 5.2, CD56,
Chromogranin, Ki-67, Synaptophysin and TTF-1.
Ref Range: See Report
Non-Automated UroVysion
6274-5
Alternate Name: MANUAL URO-VYSION by FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL Voided Urine - Urocyte Collection Kit
CPT Code: 88120 (1)
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: The test is useful for monitoring for tumor recurrence in patients with a history of urothelial carcinoma involving the bladder
or upper urinary tract and for assessing patients with hematuria for urothelial carcinoma.
Ref Range: See Report
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OneCheck Hematopathology
5500-4
Alternate Name: ONECHECK HEMATOPATHOLOGY
Preferred Specimen: Bone Marrow Core in Formalin
CPT Code: 99999
Alternate Specimen: Bone Marrow - Green Top,Bone Marrow - Clot in Formalin,Stained Slides,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 7 days
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive hematopathology diagnostic workup with appropriate tests selected by GenPath hematopathologists.
OneCheck Plus GenArray
A500-1
Alternate Name: ONE CHECK PLUS
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 99999
Alternate Specimen: Bone Marrow Core in Formalin,Bone Marrow - Clot in Formalin,Slides,Green Aspirate,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 10 days
Clinical Indication: Comprehensive hematopathology diagnostic workup with appropriate tests selected by GenPath hematopathologists.
Array CGH analysis will be run as part of this assessment.
OnkoMatch + for Lung, if ALK negative reflex to ROS1
Alternate Name: ONKOMATCH+LUNG,ALK NEG>
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Q429-3
CPT Code: 81210 (1), 81235 (1), 81275 (1), 81323 (1),
88368 (2), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: H & E SLIDE,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Components: EGFR EXON 19 DELETION, ONKOMATCH, EML4/ALK
Clinical Indication: This test is utilized to determine available genetic targets in lung adenocarcinoma for personalized medicine therapy.
OnkoMatch Tumor Genotyping
A635-5
Alternate Name: ONKOMATCH TUMOR GENOTYP
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81210 (1), 81235 (1), 81275 (1), 81323 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,H & E SLIDE,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Components: ONKOMATCH, EGFR EXON 19 DELETION
Clinical Indication: To assess a patient's solid tumor for 14 oncogenes across 68 mutational hotspots that may be treated with targeted
therapies.
OnkoMatch Tumor Genotyping + for Lung
Alternate Name: ONKOMATCH PLUS FOR LUNG
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
A642-1
CPT Code: 81210 (1), 81235 (1), 81275 (1), 81323 (1),
88368 (2), 88381 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide,H & E SLIDE,Shavings
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Components: ONKOMATCH, EGFR EXON 19 DELETION, EML4/ALK
Clinical Indication: This test is utilized to determine available genetic targets in lung cancer for personalized medicine therapy.
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p53 by IHC
5153-2
Alternate Name: p53-TUMOR SUPP.GENE
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: This protein induces cell cycle arrest or apoptosis in response to sublethal or severe DNA damage, respectively, by
differential transcription of target genes and through transcription-independent apoptotic functions. Associated with aggressive forms of breast
cancer and other malignancies.
Ref Range: See Report
p53 by IHC- TC Only
A347-7
Alternate Name: P53 IMAGED
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88361-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: This protein induces cell cycle arrest or apoptosis in response to sublethal or severe DNA damage, respectively, by
differential transcription of target genes and through transcription-independent apoptotic functions. Associated with aggressive forms of breast
cancer.
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) Test
Alternate Name: PAROX.NOCTURNAL HEM.
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Lavender top- EDTA
Specimen Comment: Submit within 24hrs of collection, time sensitive
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Diagnostic for Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH).
Ref Range: See Report
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CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (6), 88187 (1)
Pathology Peripheral Smear Review
5106-0
Alternate Name: PERIPHERAL SMEAR
Methodology: Microscopic Examination
Preferred Specimen: Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 85060 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Lavender top- EDTA,Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender,Green top,Microtainer - Pediatric Green Top,Light blue top
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Pathologist consultation on peripheral blood smear.
Ref Range: See Report
Pathology Slide Consultation
Alternate Name: PATHOLOGY CONSULT
Methodology: Morphology
Preferred Specimen: Stained Slides
CPT Code: 88321 (1)
Alternate Specimen: H & E SLIDE,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 1-2 days
Clinical Indication: Slide consultation
Ref Range: See Report
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PDGFR alpha
A430-1
Alternate Name: PDGFRA MUTATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 81404 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 3 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top,6 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required. See test code A344 for all Non-NY clients with Formalinfixed,Paraffin-embedded Tissue.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 8 days
Clinical Indication: GISTs with PDGFRA mutations (except D842V) are likely to respond to imatinib therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
PDGFR alpha/FIP1L1 by FISH
5182-1
Alternate Name: FIP1L1-PDGFRA
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88365 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue,Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Mutations in the FIP1L1-PDGFRA gene may be useful in the diagnosis of a subset of chronic eosinophilic leukemias,
termed hypereosinophliic syndrome (HES). Patients with HES have shown favorable response to tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy, imatinib.
FIP1L1-PDGFRA is also present in a subset of patients with systemic mastocytosis and these patients may respond to imatinib. In both HES
and systemic mastocytosis, testing for FIP1L1-PDGFRA may be used for disease monitoring of patients on tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy.
Ref Range: See Report
PDGFRbeta/TEL
5219-1
Alternate Name: PDGFRB/TEL,FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88271 (2), 88275 (2), 88291 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. Ship with ice pack during warm weather.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 5-7 days
Clinical Indication: Useful in assessment of chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) and other hematologic disorders who may be
responsive to imatinib mesylate.
Ref Range: Negative
Phosphates, Urine, 24 Hours
0411-9
Alternate Name: PHOSPHORUS,URINE 24 HR
Preferred Specimen: 10 mL Urine Container - 24hr
CPT Code: 81050 (2), 84105 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup 24 hour,Urine Tube 24 hour
Specimen Comment: Adjust pH level with HCL preservatives. Record total volume on req.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Plasma Cell Analysis
5573-1
Alternate Name: PLASMA CELL PANEL
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (11), 88188 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry is useful in characterizing and distinguishing normal from neoplastic plasma cells based on the degree of
surface antigen expression, presence of aberrant antigens, and detection of intracytoplasmic immunoglobulin heavy and light chains. Flow can
assess for clonality but may underestimate plasma cell percentages.
Ref Range: See Report
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Plasma Cell Analysis - TC Only
5574-9
Alternate Name: PLASMA CELL PANEL (TC ONLY)
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (11)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Flow Cytometry is useful in characterizing and distinguishing normal from neoplastic plasma cells based on the degree of
surface antigen expression, presence of aberrant antigens, and detection of intracytoplasmic immunoglobulin heavy and light chains. Flow can
assess for clonality but may underestimate plasma cell percentages.
PNH- TC Only
Alternate Name: PAROX.NOCTURNAL HEM.TECH.ONLY
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Diagnostic for Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH).
5185-4
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (6)
Prostate Cancer/ Lymph Nodes
Alternate Name: PROSTATE CANCER/LYMPH NODES
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Assess for nodal metastatic carcinoma.
Ref Range: See Report
5122-7
CPT Code: G0461 (1)
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
0190-9
Alternate Name: PSA Total
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84153 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <4.00 ng/mL,<4.1 ng/mL
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), Free and Total, Serum
Alternate Name: PSA FREE/TOTAL
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84153 (1), 84154 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Microtainer - Pediatric Red,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Components: PSA Total, PSA, FREE
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Prostate Triple Stain
5097-1
Alternate Name: PROSTATE CARCINOMA PROFILE
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of prostate carcinoma. The components of this panel include: CK903, p504S and p63.
Ref Range: See Report
Prostate Triple Stain- TC Only
Alternate Name: PROSTATE CANCER (STAIN ONLY)
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: The components of this panel include: CK903, p504S and p63.
Ref Range: See Report
5104-5
CPT Code: G0461-TC (1), G0462-TC (2)
Protein Electrophoresis, Serum (SPEP)
0085-1
Alternate Name: PROTEIN ELECTROPHORESIS
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84155 (1), 84165 (7)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Components: Total Protein
Clinical Indication: Serum proteins are separated into albumin, alpha, beta, and gamma globulins. Gamma globulins are assessed for a
monoclonal spike (M protein) seen in plasma cell dyscrasias.
Ref Range: See Report
Prothrombin G20210A Mutation
Alternate Name: PT G20210A MUTATION
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Lavender top- EDTA
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Ref Range: See Report
5795-0
CPT Code: 81240 (1)
Reactive Hyperplasia vs. Lymphoma (NHL) IHC Panel
5103-7
Alternate Name: REACT.HYPERPLASIAV.LYMPHOMA
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G4062 (12)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Rule out lymphoma vs. reactive lymphoid hyperplasia.The components of this panel include: BCL-2, BCL-6, CD3, CD5,
CD10, CD20, CD23, CD43, CD79a, Cyclin D1, Kappa, Ki-67 and Lambda.
Ref Range: See Report
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Reticulocyte Count
0141-2
Alternate Name: RETIC COUNT
Preferred Specimen: 4 mL Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 85045 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment: Sample is stable at room temperature for 48 hours.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: See Below %,2.12-3.47 %,1.55-2.70 %,0.99-1.82 %,0.82-1.45 %,0.98-1.94 %,0.90-1.49 %,0.48-2.10 %
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Factor
0796-3
Alternate Name: RF, QUANTITATIVE
Methodology: Immunoturbidometric
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 86431 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <14 IU/mL
ROS1 by FISH
B334-4
Alternate Name: ROS1 BY FISH GLOBAL
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition. Please write surgical number on block and on requisition.
Provide fixation time on requisition as well
Storage Instruction: Room Temp
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Diagnostic for ROS1 rearrangements. Useful in determining patient's eligibility for crizotinib.
Ref Range: See Report
Sedimentation Rate, Erythrocyte (ESR)
Alternate Name: ESR (SED-RATE)
Preferred Specimen: Lavender top- EDTA
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment: ESR will be ran STAT if ordered in conjuction with CBC.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: <21 mm/hr,<26 mm/hr
0086-9
CPT Code: 85651 (1)
Small Round Cell Tumor IHC Panel
5177-1
Alternate Name: SMALL BLUE ROUND TUMORS, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (12)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of small round cell tumors. The components of this panel include: CAM 5.2, CK7, CK20,
Chromogranin, Synaptophysin, CD99, CD45, CD56, S100, TTF-1, Vimentin, Desmin and NF.
Ref Range: See Report
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Spindle Cell Neoplasm IHC Panel
5191-2
Alternate Name: SPINDLE CELL NEOPLASM, IHC
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (10)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of spindle cell neoplasms. The components of this panel include: Actin, AE1/AE3, CD34, CD68,
CD117, Desmin, Factor XIIIa, Ki-67, S100, SMA and Vimentin.
Ref Range: See Report
Strep Screen, Group A, Beta-Hemolytic
Alternate Name: GRP.A STREP SCREEN
Methodology: LAMP DNA Amplification
Preferred Specimen: Swab-E
Alternate Specimen: Swab-Bacterial Culture
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Ref Range: Negative
0079-4
CPT Code: 87651
t(4;14) by FISH-TC Only
A875-7
Alternate Name: T(4;14) BY FISH-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Prognostic for patients with Plasma Cell Myeloma. Commonly ordered through the Multiple Myeloma FISH panel (TC
Only), P961-6.
T3 Uptake, Serum (T3U)
0152-9
Alternate Name: T3 UPTAKE (T3U)
Methodology: Electrochemiluminescene Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84479 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 24.3-39.0 %,22.5-37.0 %
T3, Total
0150-3
Alternate Name: T3 (THYRONINE), TOTAL
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84480 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 75-205 ng/dL,0.60-1.81 ng/dL,65-260 ng/dL,103-236 ng/dL,114-222 ng/dL,105-211 ng/dL,89-191 ng/dL,72-180 ng/dL,See Below
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TCR gamma by PCR
5031-0
Alternate Name: TCR-gamma, PCR
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
CPT Code: 81342 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Tissue in RPMI,Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded
Tissue,Bone Marrow - Green Top,Slides,Shavings
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Assess clonality in T-cells. Useful for assessment of T-cell lymphoma.
Ref Range: See Report
TEL/AML1: t(12;21) by FISH
5038-5
Alternate Name: TEL/AML1, t(12;21),FISH
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of a subtype of B-lymphoblastic leukemia/lymphoma, usually in childhood.
Ref Range: See Report
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
0153-7
Alternate Name: TSH
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84443 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 0.064-4.570 uIU/mL,0.55-4.78 uIU/mL,0.246-4.849 uIU/mL,0.688-4.750 uIU/mL,0.782-4.730 uIU/mL,0.634-4.610 uIU/
mL,0.478-4.380 uIU/mL,0.178-4.530 uIU/mL,See Below uIU/mL
Thyroxine (T4), Serum
0151-1
Alternate Name: THYROXINE(T4)
Methodology: Electrochemiluminescene Immunoassay
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 84436 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 4.5-14.4 ug/dL,4.5-10.9 ug/dL,4.5-14.0 ug/dL,5.8-12.5 ug/dL,5.7-11.9 ug/dL,4.8-11.3 ug/dL,4.7-11.6 ug/dL,4.9-12.9 ug/dL,See
Below ug/dL
Trisomy 12 by FISH-TC Only
A877-3
Alternate Name: TRISOMY 12 BY FISH-TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Trisomy 12 by FISH is used for diagnostic and prognostic purposes in patients with CLL. Commonly ordered through the
CLL FISH panel (TC Only), P962-4.
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Trisomy 8 By FISH-TC Only
A870-8
Alternate Name: TRISOMY 8 BY FISH-TC
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88367-TC (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Useful for assessment of primary myeloid disorders, including MDS. Commonly ordered through the MDS FISH panel (TC
Only), P960-8.
Tumor of Unknown Primary IHC Panel
5190-4
Alternate Name: TUMOR OF UNK.PRIM.ORIGIN
Methodology: IHC
Preferred Specimen: Formalin-fixed, Paraffin-embedded Tissue
CPT Code: G0461 (1), G0462 (13)
Alternate Specimen: Unstained Slide
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: The tumor of unknown primary IHC panel is used to determine the primary tumor site. Number of IHC markers will vary
based on each case.
Ref Range: See Report
UGT1A1 Mutation Analysis
5183-9
Alternate Name: UGT1A1
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 81350 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,LIGHT GREEN LITHIUM HEPARIN,Green top
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 7 days
Clinical Indication: UGT1A1 analysis detects enzyme deficiencies that lead to impaired metabolism of chemotherapy. Clinicians may titrate
colorectal patients harboring UGT1A1 mutations for irinotecan.
Ref Range: See Report
Uric Acid, Urine, 24 Hours
Alternate Name: URIC ACID,URINE 24 HR
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Urine Container - 24hr
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup 24 hour,Urine Tube 24 hour
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
0158-6
CPT Code: 84560 (1), 81050 (1)
Urinalysis, Routine
0159-4
Alternate Name: URINALYSIS (UA)
Preferred Specimen: 12 mL Urine Urinalysis Tube - Yellow
CPT Code: 81001 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Urine Cup,Urine Container - 24hr,Urine tube without preservative,Urine Cup 24 hour,Urine Tube 24 hour
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Urine Cytology- TC Only
Alternate Name: CYTOPATHOLOGY URINE-TC (THINPREP
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL Voided Urine - Urocyte Collection Kit
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: To aid in the diagnosis of bladder cancer.
5218-3
CPT Code: 88112-TC (1)
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Urine Cytopathology, Global
Alternate Name: URINE CYTOPATHOLOGY
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL ThinPrep Cytolyte Solution
Specimen Comment:
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: To aid in the diagnosis of bladder cancer.
Ref Range: See Report
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CPT Code: 88112 (1)
UroVysion- TC Only
Alternate Name: UROVYSION-TC ONLY
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 50 mL Voided Urine - Urocyte Collection Kit
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: Technical component for the diagnostic of bladder cancer.
5249-8
CPT Code: 88121-TC (1)
Vitamin B12, Serum
0160-2
Alternate Name: VITAMIN B12
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 1 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82607 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Aliquot Tube-Serum,Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Ref Range: 211-911 pg/mL
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy, Serum
0286-5
Alternate Name: 25OH, VITAMIN D
Methodology: Chemiluminescence
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL SST Tube
CPT Code: 82306 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Red Top,Microtainer - Pediatric SST,Aliquot Tube-Serum,Microtainer - Pediatric Red
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 2 days
Ref Range: 32.0-100.0 ng/mL
Warfarin Sensitivity
Alternate Name: WARFARIN PHARMACOGEN
Methodology: PCR
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Lavender top- EDTA
CPT Code: 81355 (1)
Alternate Specimen: Microtainer - Pediatric Lavender
Specimen Comment:
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3 days
Clinical Indication: Provides guidance to clinicians in warfarin dosing. This test includes VKOR and CYP.
Ref Range: See Report
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X/Y Bone Marrow Transplant Monitoring
5066-6
Alternate Name: BONE MARROW X/Y CHROM(FISH)
Methodology: FISH
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88368 (2)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
Specimen Comment: Please include specimen collection date on requisition
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 3-5 days
Clinical Indication: For identification and monitoring of sex-mismatched bone marrow transplants.
Ref Range: See Report
ZAP-70 by Flow Cytometry
5409-8
Alternate Name: ZAP-70 PROFILE BY FLOW
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (3), 88187 (1)
Alternate Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top,Bone Marrow - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting Peripheral Blood Lav, 5 ml is required.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: ZAP-70 analysis is an independent CLL prognostic marker and surrogate marker for IgVH. Flow cytometry quantitates the
level of ZAP-70 expression in CLL cells.
Ref Range: See Report
ZAP-70- TC Only
5110-2
Alternate Name: ZAP-70 PROFILE (TC ONLY)
Methodology: Flow Cytometry
Preferred Specimen: 5 mL Peripheral Blood - Green Top
CPT Code: 88184 (1), 88185 (3)
Alternate Specimen: 2 mL Bone Marrow - Green Top,Peripheral Blood - Lavender Top
Specimen Comment: If submitting bone marrow place bone marrow into tube, label with patient's name. Send in bone marrow kit.
Storage Instruction: Refrigerate
Turn Around Time: 1 days
Clinical Indication: ZAP-70 analysis is an independent CLL prognostic marker and surrogate marker for IgVH. Flow cytometry quantitates the
antibody levels.
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5516-0
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5181-3
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A703-1
A241-2
B236-1
B603-2
P260-3
0025-7
8860-9
5024-5
5034-4
5260-5
5261-3
5427-0
5025-2
5035-1
P261-1
5988-1
A881-5
5269-6
0041-4
0038-0
0042-2
5030-2
5032-8
5278-7
5273-8
5026-0
A873-2
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5271-2
B350-0
5028-6
B348-4
A880-7
5858-6
5265-4
0262-6
1754-1
5199-5
5202-7
5200-1
5211-8
-5/5q- by FISH- TC Only
-7/7q- by FISH- TC Only
11q22.3 by FISH- TC Only
13q14 by FISH- TC Only
13q14.3 by FISH- TC Only
17p13 by FISH- TC Only
1p/19q by FISH
1q21 by FISH- TC Only
20q12 by FISH- TC Only
Acute Hepatitis Panel for Medicare
Acute Leukemia & Myeloid Disorders Analysis
Acute Leukemia & Myeloid Disorders Analysis- TC Only
Acute Leukemia/MDS IHC Panel
Adenocarcinoma vs. Mesothelioma IHC Panel
AE1/AE3- TC Only
ALK by FISH
ALK by FISH (FDA)
ALK by FISH- TC Only
ALK by IHC - TC Only
ALL Prognosis Panel by FISH
Alpha Fetoprotein, Tumor Marker (AFP)
AML - CEBPA Mutational Analysis
AML - M2 (AML/ETO) (RUNX1/RUNX1T1) by FISH
AML - M2 (AML/ETO) (RUNX1/RUNX1T1) by RT-PCR
AML - M3 (PML/RARA) by FISH
AML - M3 (PML/RARA) by RT-PCR
AML - M4 & M5 by FISH
AML - M4Eo inv(16) by FISH
AML - M4Eo inv(16) by PCR
AML Diagnostic Panel by FISH
AML Prognostic Panel: FLT3 & NPM1
AML-M3(PML/RARA) by FISH- TC Only
AML: NPM1 Mutation Analysis
Anti-Thyroglobulin Antibody (ATA)
Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)
Antistreptolysin O (ASO) Titer
Automated UroVysion By FISH
B-Cell, IGH by FISH
B-Cell, IGH by PCR
BCL1, BCL2, BCL6 (FISH Panel)
BCL1/IGH (CCND1/IGH) by FISH
BCL1/IGH (CCND1/IGH) by FISH-TC Only
BCL2/IGH by FISH
BCL2/IGH by PCR
BCL2/IGH: t(14;18) by FISH- TC Only
BCL6 by FISH
BCL6: 3q27 by FISH- TC Only
BCR/ABL by FISH-TC Only
BCR/ABL Quantification by RT-PCR
BCR/ABL: t(9;22) by FISH
Beta-2-Microglobulin, Serum
Beta-2-Microglobulin, Urine, Random
Bone Marrow Morphology
Bone Marrow Morphology - Clot Only
Bone Marrow Morphology - Core Only
Bone Marrow Morphology - Smears
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0536-3
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0535-5
0823-5
0359-0
0055-4
0053-9
2665-8
5250-6
6237-2
0021-6
5434-6
5404-9
5280-3
P962-4
6290-1
P264-5
B365-8
0532-2
0533-0
3427-2
5256-3
5324-9
5253-0
0064-6
0900-1
0072-9
0341-8
0080-2
0082-8
5847-9
5296-9
5287-8
0400-2
0461-4
5555-8
5575-6
6285-1
0234-5
0580-1
0582-7
0583-5
5295-1
A675-1
0002-6
0404-4
B565-3
Bone Marrow Slide Consult
Bone Marrow Smear Interpretation
BRAF V600E
BRAF V600E (FDA)
Breast Carcinoma, Marrow, IHC Micromets
Breast Carcinoma, rule out Microinvasion
Breast Carcinoma, rule out Microinvasion- TC Only
Breast Carcinoma/Lymph Nodes/MM Metastasis
C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP), High Sensitivity
CA 125, Serum
CA 15-3, Serum
CA 19-9, Serum
CA 27.29, Serum
Calcium, Urine, 24 Hours
Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)
CBC w/Diff, Platelet Ct.
Chlamydia trachomatis (CT), Urine, Probetec
Chromosome Analysis
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC)
Citrate, 24Hr. Urine
CK-903 for Prostate Cancer
CK-903- TC Only
CLL FISH Panel
CLL FISH Panel- TC Only
CML: ABL Kinase Mutation Analysis
Colon DNA Mismatch Repair Reflex
Colon Reflex Dx
Complement C3, Serum
Complement C4, Serum
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
Comprehensive Slide Consult
Comprehensive Urine Pathology
Comprehensive Urine Pathology- TC Only
Coombs Test, Direct
Cortisol, Serum, Random
Creatinine Clearance, Urine, 24 Hours
Culture, Blood
Culture, Urine
Culture, Wound, Aerobic Only
CYP2C19 Pharmacogenomic (Plavix)
CYP2D6 (NY Only): Tamoxifen Resistance
CYP2D6: Tamoxifen Resistance (non-NY only)
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody, IgG
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody, IgM
DNA Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy
DNA Ploidy/S-Phase by Flow Cytometry
DPD 5-FU Genotype
EBV Capsid Ab, IgG
EBV Capsid Ab, IgM
EBV, Early Antigen Ab
EBV, Nuclear Antigen Ab, IgG
EGFR by PCR
EGFR by PCR if neg. reflex to ALK
Electrolytes, Serum
Electrophoresis, Urine Protein (UPEP)
EML4-ALK by IHC
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A300-6
0183-4
0516-5
0562-9
5727-3
5726-5
0088-5
5178-9
0090-1
0092-7
3893-5
5306-6
5194-6
5175-5
2666-6
0514-0
1766-5
1765-7
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0216-2
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5171-4
5262-1
A427-7
A428-5
5428-8
A972-2
5405-6
5259-7
3420-7
0360-8
0375-6
5101-1
8714-8
8689-2
8696-7
3412-4
ER / PR - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2- TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67/ HER2 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 (Tech Only), plus DNA (Global)
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 / HER2 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
ER / PR / HER2 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
ER / PR / HER2 FISH- TC Only
ER / PR / HER2- TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67 / p53 / HER2 FISH- TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 / p53, TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67- TC Only, plus DNA- Global
ER / PR / Ki67 / p53 / HER2 FISH -TC Only plus DNA- Global
ER / PR- TC Only
ERCC1
Erythropoietin, Serum
Estradiol, Serum
Estrogen, Total, Serum
Factor V (R2) Polymorphism
Factor V Mutation (Leiden)
Ferritin, Serum
FLT3 Mutation Analysis
Folate, Serum
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
Free Kappa & Lambda Light Chain (serum)
GenArray Molecular Karyotyping
Germ Cell Tumor IHC Panel
GIST Profile
Gonorrhea (GC), Urine, Probetec
Haptoglobin, Serum
Helicobacter pylori, IgA
Helicobacter pylori, IgG
Helicobacter pylori, IgM
Hemoglobin A1C
Hemoglobin Fractionation, HPLC
Hepatic Function Panel
Hepatocellular vs. Cholangiocarcinoma vs. Metastasis IHC Panel
HER2 by IHC
HER2 by FISH
HER2 by FISH - Gastric/GEJ
HER2 by FISH for Gastric/GEJ- TC Only
HER2 by IHC - Reflex +2 to HER2 by FISH
HER2 by IHC in Gastric/Gastroesophageal Carcinoma
HER2 by IHC- TC Only
HER2 FISH- TC Only
Hereditary Hemochromotosis (HFE): C282Y, H63D, S65C
HIV-1/HIV-2 Antibody Screen
HLA-B27
Hodgkin Lymphoma IHC Panel
HPV High by ISH
HPV High by ISH- TC Only
HPV High/Low by ISH- TC Only
HPV High/Low Risk by ISH
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B368-2
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0568-6
5535-0
5536-8
B366-6
5281-1
P960-8
B335-1
B336-9
A612-4
5124-3
5126-8
3371-2
5155-7
A943-3
A944-1
A313-9
5272-0
5765-3
5764-6
5282-9
P961-6
5579-8
5027-8
B349-2
B338-5
B271-8
5195-3
6274-5
5500-4
A500-1
Q429-3
A635-5
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), Quantitative, Tumor Marker
IgH/TCR-GAMMA by PCR
IgVH Mutation Analysis
Immunofixation, Serum
Immunofixation, Urine, Random
Immunoglobulins, Serum
Iron + TIBC
JAK2 Exon 12
JAK2 V617F
Ki-67 by IHC
Ki-67 by IHC- TC Only
KIT (D816V) by PCR
KIT/PDGFRA for GIST by PCR
KRAS
KRAS if Negative Reflex to BRAF
Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH), Serum
Lipid Panel
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) Direct
Lung Adeno Reflex Dx
Lung Adeno Reflex Panel: EGFR --> KRAS--> ALK
Lung Adenocarcinoma Targeted Therapy Profile
Lung Histology IHC Panel
Lung Profile: KRAS, EGFR, EML4-ALK, ROS1
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
Lyme Disease Antibody, Serum
Lymphoproliferative Disorder Analysis
Lymphoproliferative Disorder Analysis (Technical Only)
Lynch Syndrome Reflex Screening
MDS FISH Panel
MDS FISH Panel- TC Only
MET by FISH
MET by FISH - TC Only
MET by IHC
Metastatic Carcinoma (Breast, Colon) - Lymph Node
Metastatic Melanoma - Lymph Node
Microsatellite Instability (MSI-H) by PCR
Minimal Residual Disease for CLL/SLL
Mismatch Repair Protein (MMR) for Lynch Syndrome by IHC
Mismatch Repair Protein (MMR) for Lynch Syndrome by IHC- TC Only
MLH1 Promoter Hypermethylation
MPL515
MTHFR A1298C
MTHFR C677T Gene Mutation
Multiple Myeloma FISH Panel
Multiple Myeloma FISH Panel-TC Only
Multiple Myeloma IHC Panel
MYC/IGH by FISH
MYC/IGH: t(8;14) by FISH- TC Only
Myeloid & Lymphoid Analysis (Short Panel) - TC Only
Myeloid and Lymphoid Short Panel
Neuroendocrine Neoplasm IHC Panel
Non-Automated UroVysion
OneCheck Hematopathology
OneCheck Plus GenArray
OnkoMatch + for Lung, if ALK negative reflex to ROS1
OnkoMatch Tumor Genotyping
A35
A35
A35
A35
A36
A36
A36
A36
A36
A37
A37
A37
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A38
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A642-1
5153-2
A347-7
5564-0
5106-0
5111-0
A430-1
5182-1
5219-1
0411-9
5573-1
5574-9
5185-4
5122-7
0190-9
2088-3
5097-1
5104-5
0085-1
5795-0
5103-7
0141-2
0796-3
B334-4
0086-9
5177-1
5191-2
0079-4
A875-7
0152-9
0150-3
5031-0
5038-5
0153-7
0151-1
A877-3
A870-8
5190-4
5183-9
0158-6
0159-4
5218-3
5254-8
5249-8
0160-2
0286-5
6261-2
5066-6
5409-8
5110-2
OnkoMatch Tumor Genotyping + for Lung
p53 by IHC
p53 by IHC- TC Only
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) Test
Pathology Peripheral Smear Review
Pathology Slide Consultation
PDGFR alpha
PDGFR alpha/FIP1L1 by FISH
PDGFRbeta/TEL
Phosphates, Urine, 24 Hours
Plasma Cell Analysis
Plasma Cell Analysis - TC Only
PNH- TC Only
Prostate Cancer/ Lymph Nodes
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), Free and Total, Serum
Prostate Triple Stain
Prostate Triple Stain- TC Only
Protein Electrophoresis, Serum (SPEP)
Prothrombin G20210A Mutation
Reactive Hyperplasia vs. Lymphoma (NHL) IHC Panel
Reticulocyte Count
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Factor
ROS1 by FISH
Sedimentation Rate, Erythrocyte (ESR)
Small Round Cell Tumor IHC Panel
Spindle Cell Neoplasm IHC Panel
Strep Screen, Group A, Beta-Hemolytic
t(4;14) by FISH-TC Only
T3 Uptake, Serum (T3U)
T3, Total
TCR gamma by PCR
TEL/AML1: t(12;21) by FISH
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Thyroxine (T4), Serum
Trisomy 12 by FISH-TC Only
Trisomy 8 By FISH-TC Only
Tumor of Unknown Primary IHC Panel
UGT1A1 Mutation Analysis
Uric Acid, Urine, 24 Hours
Urinalysis, Routine
Urine Cytology- TC Only
Urine Cytopathology, Global
UroVysion- TC Only
Vitamin B12, Serum
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy, Serum
Warfarin Sensitivity
X/Y Bone Marrow Transplant Monitoring
ZAP-70 by Flow Cytometry
ZAP-70- TC Only
A46
A47
A47
A47
A47
A47
A48
A48
A48
A48
A48
A49
A49
A49
A49
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A50
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Test Code
Test Name
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0002-6
0009-1
0021-6
0025-7
0038-0
0041-4
0042-2
0053-9
0055-4
0064-6
0072-9
0079-4
0080-2
0082-8
0085-1
0086-9
0088-5
0090-1
0092-7
0102-4
0117-2
0141-2
0150-3
0151-1
0152-9
0153-7
0158-6
0159-4
0160-2
0183-4
0190-9
0216-2
0234-5
0250-1
0262-6
0286-5
0341-8
0342-6
0359-0
0360-8
0375-6
0400-2
0404-4
0411-9
0413-5
0461-4
0514-0
0516-5
0520-7
0532-2
0533-0
0535-5
0536-3
0562-9
0568-6
0580-1
Electrolytes, Serum
Lipid Panel
Citrate, 24Hr. Urine
Alpha Fetoprotein, Tumor Marker (AFP)
Antinuclear Antibody (ANA)
Anti-Thyroglobulin Antibody (ATA)
Antistreptolysin O (ASO) Titer
CBC w/Diff, Platelet Ct.
Carcinoembryonic Antigen (CEA)
Coombs Test, Direct
Creatinine Clearance, Urine, 24 Hours
Strep Screen, Group A, Beta-Hemolytic
Culture, Urine
Culture, Wound, Aerobic Only
Protein Electrophoresis, Serum (SPEP)
Sedimentation Rate, Erythrocyte (ESR)
Ferritin, Serum
Folate, Serum
Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH)
Hemoglobin A1C
Lactate Dehydrogenase (LDH), Serum
Reticulocyte Count
T3, Total
Thyroxine (T4), Serum
T3 Uptake, Serum (T3U)
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Uric Acid, Urine, 24 Hours
Urinalysis, Routine
Vitamin B12, Serum
Erythropoietin, Serum
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA)
Hemoglobin Fractionation, HPLC
EBV Capsid Ab, IgG
Iron + TIBC
Beta-2-Microglobulin, Serum
Vitamin D, 25-Hydroxy, Serum
Culture, Blood
Luteinizing Hormone (LH)
Calcium, Urine, 24 Hours
HIV-1/HIV-2 Antibody Screen
HLA-B27
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody, IgG
Electrophoresis, Urine Protein (UPEP)
Phosphates, Urine, 24 Hours
Immunofixation, Serum
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) Antibody, IgM
Haptoglobin, Serum
Estradiol, Serum
Immunoglobulins, Serum
Complement C3, Serum
Complement C4, Serum
CA 19-9, Serum
CA 125, Serum
Estrogen, Total, Serum
Lyme Disease Antibody, Serum
EBV Capsid Ab, IgM
A23
A38
A16
A5
A8
A8
A8
A15
A15
A19
A19
A52
A20
A20
A50
A51
A28
A29
A29
A31
A38
A51
A52
A53
A52
A53
A54
A54
A55
A27
A49
A31
A22
A36
A11
A55
A19
A39
A15
A33
A34
A21
A23
A48
A35
A21
A30
A27
A36
A18
A18
A14
A14
A28
A40
A22
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Test Code
Test Name
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0582-7
0583-5
0796-3
0823-5
0900-1
1201-3
1644-4
1754-1
1765-7
1766-5
2088-3
2130-3
2194-9
2665-8
2666-6
3283-9
3320-9
3371-2
3412-4
3420-7
3422-3
3427-2
3893-5
5024-5
5025-2
5026-0
5027-8
5028-6
5030-2
5031-0
5032-8
5034-4
5035-1
5038-5
5066-6
5080-7
5097-1
5101-1
5103-7
5104-5
5106-0
5108-6
5110-2
5111-0
5116-9
5118-5
5122-7
5124-3
5126-8
5127-6
5129-2
5131-8
5152-4
5153-2
5155-7
5157-3
EBV, Early Antigen Ab
EBV, Nuclear Antigen Ab, IgG
Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) Factor
CA 27.29, Serum
Cortisol, Serum, Random
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), Quantitative, Tumor Marker
Immunofixation, Urine, Random
Beta-2-Microglobulin, Urine, Random
Helicobacter pylori, IgG
Helicobacter pylori, IgA
Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), Free and Total, Serum
CA 15-3, Serum
Low-density lipoprotein (LDL) Direct
Chlamydia trachomatis (CT), Urine, Probetec
Gonorrhea (GC), Urine, Probetec
Acute Hepatitis Panel for Medicare
C-Reactive Protein (hs-CRP), High Sensitivity
Microsatellite Instability (MSI-H) by PCR
HPV High/Low Risk by ISH
Hereditary Hemochromotosis (HFE): C282Y, H63D, S65C
Hepatic Function Panel
Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP)
Free Kappa & Lambda Light Chain (serum)
AML - M2 (AML/ETO) (RUNX1/RUNX1T1) by FISH
AML - M4Eo inv(16) by FISH
BCL1/IGH (CCND1/IGH) by FISH
MYC/IGH by FISH
BCL6 by FISH
Automated UroVysion By FISH
TCR gamma by PCR
B-Cell, IGH by FISH
AML - M2 (AML/ETO) (RUNX1/RUNX1T1) by RT-PCR
AML - M4Eo inv(16) by PCR
TEL/AML1: t(12;21) by FISH
X/Y Bone Marrow Transplant Monitoring
IgH/TCR-GAMMA by PCR
Prostate Triple Stain
Hodgkin Lymphoma IHC Panel
Reactive Hyperplasia vs. Lymphoma (NHL) IHC Panel
Prostate Triple Stain- TC Only
Pathology Peripheral Smear Review
AE1/AE3- TC Only
ZAP-70- TC Only
Pathology Slide Consultation
Acute Leukemia/MDS IHC Panel
Breast Carcinoma, Marrow, IHC Micromets
Prostate Cancer/ Lymph Nodes
Metastatic Carcinoma (Breast, Colon) - Lymph Node
Metastatic Melanoma - Lymph Node
ER / PR / HER2- TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67- TC Only, plus DNA- Global
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 (Tech Only), plus DNA (Global)
Ki-67 by IHC
p53 by IHC
Minimal Residual Disease for CLL/SLL
JAK2 V617F
A22
A22
A51
A15
A19
A35
A36
A11
A30
A30
A49
A14
A38
A15
A30
A3
A14
A42
A35
A33
A31
A18
A29
A5
A6
A9
A44
A10
A8
A53
A8
A6
A7
A53
A56
A35
A50
A34
A50
A50
A47
A4
A56
A47
A3
A13
A49
A42
A42
A26
A26
A24
A37
A47
A42
A36
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B8
Test Code
Test Name
Page
5160-7
5161-5
5162-3
5163-1
5170-6
5171-4
5175-5
5176-3
5177-1
5178-9
5179-7
5181-3
5182-1
5183-9
5185-4
5190-4
5191-2
5193-8
5194-6
5195-3
5198-7
5199-5
5200-1
5202-7
5207-6
5211-8
5218-3
5219-1
5223-3
5249-8
5250-6
5253-0
5254-8
5256-3
5259-7
5260-5
5261-3
5262-1
5265-4
5269-6
5270-4
5271-2
5272-0
5273-8
5278-7
5280-3
5281-1
5282-9
5285-2
5287-8
5288-6
5295-1
5296-9
5306-6
5307-4
5324-9
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / HER2 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 / HER2 - w/Interpretation
ER / PR / Ki-67/ HER2 - w/Interpretation
Breast Carcinoma/Lymph Nodes/MM Metastasis
HER2 by IHC
GIST Profile
Breast Carcinoma, rule out Microinvasion
Small Round Cell Tumor IHC Panel
FLT3 Mutation Analysis
KIT (D816V) by PCR
Adenocarcinoma vs. Mesothelioma IHC Panel
PDGFR alpha/FIP1L1 by FISH
UGT1A1 Mutation Analysis
PNH- TC Only
Tumor of Unknown Primary IHC Panel
Spindle Cell Neoplasm IHC Panel
Hepatocellular vs. Cholangiocarcinoma vs. Metastasis IHC Panel
Germ Cell Tumor IHC Panel
Neuroendocrine Neoplasm IHC Panel
ER / PR - w/Interpretation
Bone Marrow Morphology
Bone Marrow Morphology - Core Only
Bone Marrow Morphology - Clot Only
Bone Marrow Slide Consult
Bone Marrow Morphology - Smears
Urine Cytology- TC Only
PDGFRbeta/TEL
IgVH Mutation Analysis
UroVysion- TC Only
Chromosome Analysis
Comprehensive Urine Pathology- TC Only
Urine Cytopathology, Global
Comprehensive Slide Consult
HER2 FISH- TC Only
AML - M3 (PML/RARA) by FISH
AML - M3 (PML/RARA) by RT-PCR
HER2 by FISH
BCR/ABL: t(9;22) by FISH
AML: NPM1 Mutation Analysis
BCL2/IGH by FISH
BCL2/IGH by PCR
MPL515
BCL1, BCL2, BCL6 (FISH Panel)
B-Cell, IGH by PCR
CLL FISH Panel
MDS FISH Panel
Multiple Myeloma FISH Panel
Bone Marrow Smear Interpretation
CYP2D6: Tamoxifen Resistance (non-NY only)
KRAS
EGFR by PCR
CYP2D6 (NY Only): Tamoxifen Resistance
GenArray Molecular Karyotyping
JAK2 Exon 12
Comprehensive Urine Pathology
A24
A25
A25
A24
A14
A32
A30
A13
A51
A28
A37
A3
A48
A54
A49
A54
A52
A31
A29
A45
A23
A11
A12
A12
A12
A12
A54
A48
A35
A55
A16
A19
A55
A18
A33
A6
A6
A32
A11
A7
A9
A10
A43
A9
A9
A17
A41
A44
A12
A20
A37
A22
A20
A29
A36
A18
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Test Code
Test Name
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5404-9
5405-6
5406-4
5407-2
5408-0
5409-8
5425-4
5427-0
5428-8
5433-8
5434-6
5500-4
5515-2
5516-0
5535-0
5536-8
5555-8
5564-0
5573-1
5574-9
5575-6
5579-8
5726-5
5727-3
5764-6
5765-3
5795-0
5847-9
5858-6
5891-7
5893-3
5988-1
6237-2
6261-2
6274-5
6285-1
6290-1
7736-2
8689-2
8696-7
8714-8
8860-9
A130-7
A241-2
A276-8
A277-6
A278-4
A300-6
A311-3
A313-9
A344-4
A346-9
A347-7
A427-7
A428-5
A430-1
CK-903- TC Only
HER2 by IHC- TC Only
ER / PR / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
ER / PR / DNA / Ki-67 / HER2 - Reflex to HER2 by FISH
ZAP-70 by Flow Cytometry
ER / PR- TC Only
AML - M4 & M5 by FISH
HER2 by IHC - Reflex +2 to HER2 by FISH
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2- TC Only
CK-903 for Prostate Cancer
OneCheck Hematopathology
Acute Leukemia & Myeloid Disorders Analysis
Acute Leukemia & Myeloid Disorders Analysis- TC Only
Lymphoproliferative Disorder Analysis
Lymphoproliferative Disorder Analysis (Technical Only)
DNA Ploidy for Molar Pregnancy
Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH) Test
Plasma Cell Analysis
Plasma Cell Analysis - TC Only
DNA Ploidy/S-Phase by Flow Cytometry
Multiple Myeloma IHC Panel
Factor V Mutation (Leiden)
Factor V (R2) Polymorphism
MTHFR C677T Gene Mutation
MTHFR A1298C
Prothrombin G20210A Mutation
CYP2C19 Pharmacogenomic (Plavix)
BCR/ABL Quantification by RT-PCR
KRAS if Negative Reflex to BRAF
BRAF V600E
AML Prognostic Panel: FLT3 & NPM1
Circulating Tumor Cells (CTC)
Warfarin Sensitivity
Non-Automated UroVysion
DPD 5-FU Genotype
CML: ABL Kinase Mutation Analysis
Helicobacter pylori, IgM
HPV High by ISH- TC Only
HPV High/Low by ISH- TC Only
HPV High by ISH
AML - CEBPA Mutational Analysis
Lung Histology IHC Panel
ALK by FISH (FDA)
ER / PR / Ki67 / p53 / HER2 FISH -TC Only plus DNA- Global
ER / PR / HER2 FISH- TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67 / p53 / HER2 FISH- TC Only
ERCC1
1p/19q by FISH
MLH1 Promoter Hypermethylation
KIT/PDGFRA for GIST by PCR
Ki-67 by IHC- TC Only
p53 by IHC- TC Only
HER2 by FISH - Gastric/GEJ
HER2 by FISH for Gastric/GEJ- TC Only
PDGFR alpha
A16
A33
A25
A26
A25
A56
A27
A6
A32
A24
A16
A46
A3
A3
A40
A40
A21
A47
A48
A49
A21
A44
A28
A28
A43
A43
A50
A20
A11
A38
A13
A7
A16
A55
A45
A21
A17
A31
A34
A34
A34
A5
A39
A4
A27
A25
A26
A27
A2
A43
A37
A37
A47
A32
A32
A48
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Test Code
Test Name
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A500-1
A566-2
A612-4
A635-5
A642-1
A675-1
A703-1
A868-2
A869-0
A870-8
A871-6
A872-4
A873-2
A874-0
A875-7
A876-5
A877-3
A878-1
A879-9
A880-7
A881-5
A943-3
A944-1
A951-6
A952-4
A972-2
B236-1
B271-8
B334-4
B335-1
B336-9
B338-5
B348-4
B349-2
B350-0
B365-8
B366-6
B367-4
B368-2
B369-0
B565-3
B603-2
P260-3
P261-1
P263-7
P264-5
P960-8
P961-6
P962-4
Q429-3
OneCheck Plus GenArray
BRAF V600E (FDA)
MET by IHC
OnkoMatch Tumor Genotyping
OnkoMatch Tumor Genotyping + for Lung
EGFR by PCR if neg. reflex to ALK
ALK by FISH
-7/7q- by FISH- TC Only
-5/5q- by FISH- TC Only
Trisomy 8 By FISH-TC Only
20q12 by FISH- TC Only
13q14 by FISH- TC Only
BCL1/IGH (CCND1/IGH) by FISH-TC Only
17p13 by FISH- TC Only
t(4;14) by FISH-TC Only
1q21 by FISH- TC Only
Trisomy 12 by FISH-TC Only
13q14.3 by FISH- TC Only
11q22.3 by FISH- TC Only
BCR/ABL by FISH-TC Only
AML-M3(PML/RARA) by FISH- TC Only
Mismatch Repair Protein (MMR) for Lynch Syndrome by IHC
Mismatch Repair Protein (MMR) for Lynch Syndrome by IHC- TC Only
ER / PR / Ki-67 / HER2 / p53, TC Only
Breast Carcinoma, rule out Microinvasion- TC Only
HER2 by IHC in Gastric/Gastroesophageal Carcinoma
ALK by FISH- TC Only
Myeloid and Lymphoid Short Panel
ROS1 by FISH
MET by FISH
MET by FISH - TC Only
Myeloid & Lymphoid Analysis (Short Panel) - TC Only
BCL6: 3q27 by FISH- TC Only
MYC/IGH: t(8;14) by FISH- TC Only
BCL2/IGH: t(14;18) by FISH- TC Only
Colon Reflex Dx
Lynch Syndrome Reflex Screening
Lung Adeno Reflex Dx
Lung Profile: KRAS, EGFR, EML4-ALK, ROS1
Lung Adenocarcinoma Targeted Therapy Profile
EML4-ALK by IHC
ALK by IHC - TC Only
ALL Prognosis Panel by FISH
AML Diagnostic Panel by FISH
Lung Adeno Reflex Panel: EGFR --> KRAS--> ALK
Colon DNA Mismatch Repair Reflex
MDS FISH Panel- TC Only
Multiple Myeloma FISH Panel-TC Only
CLL FISH Panel- TC Only
OnkoMatch + for Lung, if ALK negative reflex to ROS1
A46
A13
A41
A46
A46
A23
A4
A1
A1
A54
A2
A1
A9
A2
A52
A2
A53
A2
A1
A10
A7
A42
A43
A26
A13
A33
A4
A45
A51
A41
A41
A45
A10
A45
A10
A17
A40
A38
A39
A39
A23
A5
A5
A7
A39
A17
A41
A44
A17
A46
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