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Lipase is an enzyme produced by the pancreas to digest dietary fats. It is usually present in very small quantities, but when the pancreatic cells are injured, a higher concentration of lipase is released in the blood. A blood test for lipase is usually used to diagnose and monitor disorders related to the pancreas. The level of lipase in the blood can predict conditions like inflammation of the pancreas, blockage of the pancreatic duct by a gallstone, and pancreatic tumor. A lipase test is recommended for a person with symptoms of a pancreatic disorder, such as severe abdominal or back pain, fever, loss of appetite with jaundice, and rapid pulse rate. Book a Lipase test from Thyrocare at a low cost and get home collection services.

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Thyrocare is India's first fully automated diagnostic laboratory with a focus on providing quality at affordable costs to laboratories and hospitals in India and other countries.

Thyrocare operates with a Centralized Processing Laboratory (CPL) in Mumbai - India for esoteric tests and Regional Processing Laboratory in major metro cities of India and other parts of Asia. We have focused on strong technologies, strong brands and strong systems that enable us to give our clients the best of science and technology at an affordable cost.

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