Men's Panel (Age 50-59)
The men's panel (age 50-59) checks screening markers relevant to men aged 50-59.
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Men's Health Panel (Age 50-59) - More Information
The men's health panel (age 50-59) checks lab markers relevant to men aged 50-59.
The men's panel (age 50-59) builds on the men's panel (age 40-49) by testing components in that panel - the CBC, CMP, DHEA, hemoglobin A1c, lipid panel, PSA total and free, SHBG, testosterone total and free, TSH and vitamin D blood levels. The men's lab test panel (age 50-59) also tests the hs CRP test, the TSH test and the vitamin B12 blood test. hs CRP is a marker that helps screen for cardiovascular health. The TSH test screens for thyroid health and vitamin B12 testing can identify a deficiency in this important B vitamin.
Men over the age of 59 should consider the men's panel (age 60+).
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