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Components: Beta Lactamase, Culture, Culture, Vibrio, E-Test, Fluorescent ID, Each (I.E. Gonococcus), ID by Glc, ID by Probe, ID, Method Not Specified- (Aer)Bio,Coag,Vtk,Api, Kirby-Bauer (Disk Diffusion), MIC Sensitivity (Break Point), Serological Grouping (Salmonella,Beta Strep), Source:
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Vibrio, Culture test cost minimal is in Personalabs (Stool Culture for Vibrio) with price $110.00. This laboratory test is available in 1 online lab test stores.
$110.00Covered tests: Vibrio, Culture (Quest)Covered components: Source:, Fluorescent ID, Each (I.E. Gonococcus), ID by Probe, Serological Grouping (Salmonella,Beta Strep), Beta Lactamase, E-Test, Kirby-Bauer (Disk Diffusion), MIC Sensitivity (Break Point), ID by Glc, andID, Method Not Specified- (Aer)Bio,Coag,Vtk,Api, Culture, Culture, VibrioBlacklisted States: NJ, RI, NY$110.00
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Vibrio, Culture Lab Test Short Info
Vibrio, Culture Lab Test procedure CPT Code: 87046
Screening for the next conditions: Diarrhea, Celiac Disease, Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Travelers' Diseases, Guillain-Barre Syndrome, Food and Waterborne Illness, Malabsorption, Dehydration
Understanding of Lab Tests Results
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