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Specialties and Reporting

Specialties and Reporting

All Genetic Disorders, Whole Exome Sequencing

- Sequencing and MLPA (deletions/duplications) of individual genes

- Genetic panels where  multiple genes associated with a disease/syndrome are sequenced

- Whole Exome Sequencing: This method is very useful to identify mutations in single genes that cause rare genetic diseases. The coding regions of all genes are covered instead of just focusing on one or a few genes. Approximately 85% of known pathogenic mutations are found in these regions of the genes.

- Microarray Diagnostics :  Genomic imbalance and DNA copy number variation are major causes of developmental disorders. In this test the patient’s entire genome is compared to the genomes of healthy control subjects.

- Karyotyping (Chromosome)

Genetic Testing and Panels

Genetic testing is most often done to confirm the diagnosis of a syndrome or disease, which is known to be caused by a genetic alteration.

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Whole Exome Sequencing (WES)

Exome analysis is based on next-generation sequencing (NGS), and is used to identify variants in single genes that cause rare genetic diseases.

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Autoimmune Disorders, Allergies

- Testing for autoimmune disorders

- Allergy testing panels (food, inhalants, atopy) and individual allergy tests


Autoimmune Disorders

We offer extensive autoimmune disorder testing by IFT (immunofluorescence testing) or panels by blot. Our pathologists are very experienced in the field of autoimmunity.

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Allergies (IgE-mediated, type I)

Freiburg Medical Laboratory offers detailed allergen-based tests for autoimmune disorders and all-inclusive panels for suspected allergies.

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Drug- and Medication Monitoring

- Therapy monitoring for prescribed medication

- Drug testing in urine and blood

Drug screening

Medication monitoring


Endocrine system is a collection of glands in the human body such as pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, adrenal, pancreatic, ovaries (females) and testes (males) that collectively regulate metabolism, growth, development, tissue function, reproduction, fertility, mood and many other vital functions.

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Environmental Medicine: Vitamins, Minerals and Metals

- Mineral and Metal analysis in hair and blood

- Heavy metal analysis in urine

- Blood and urine analysis for exposure to environment and occupational toxins

Vitamins, Minerals and Metals

Good overview of one’s vitamin status, levels of minerals, trace elements and metals.

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Fertility, Semen Analysis, Ovarian Function

- For complete range of laboratory investigations for fertility.

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Fertility testing

Ovarian function testing

Semen analysis

Food Hypersensitivity (commonly known as "Food Intolerance")

Food Hypersensitivity (commonly known as "Food Intolerance")

There are many reasons why certain foods might not be well tolerated, causing symptoms such as bloating, diarrhea, headaches, or skin problems. One possible cause is an IgG food allergy (type III). These delayed allergies can cause low-grade inflammatory conditions, which in turn are thought to be possible triggers of different chronic diseases.

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General Check-Up - Hematology, Coagulation, Immunology, Biochemistry

- Comprehensive testing for general health

- Specific testing for any health issues


Hemoglobinopathies and Anemia

- Alpha and beta thalassemia testing

- Hemoglobin studies for any other abnormalities

- Anemia testing


Thalassemias are classified according to clinical symptoms and to distinct hemoglobin defects.

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Sickle Cell Disease

Sickle cell disease is observed frequently in the African/Asian population as well as in the Mediterranean/ Middle Eastern population. Here, a common problem is a combination of sickle cell and beta thalassemia genes.

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The hemoglobin electrophoresis / HPLC separates the following hemoglobin sub-units: HbA1, HbA2, HbF (fetal Hb), HbS (sickle cell Hb) and others.

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Infectious Disorders, Microbiology, Molecular Virology

- Antibody testing (immunoassays) and direct testing of infectious pathogens (PCR)

- Bacteriological analyses including resistance testing (antibiotics)

- In-house HPV molecular testing

- Respiratory and gastrointestinal panels

Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

There are various types of the human Papillomavirus and most types are transmitted sexually. Many of these do not show symptoms, do not cause disease and disappear after 1-2 years. Of the types of HPV, some carry a high oncogenic risk, others a low oncogenic risk. Some of the high-risk HPV types (HR-HPV) may progress to pre-cancerous lesions and invasive cancer.

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Respiratory and Gastrointestinal Panels

Possibility to detect multiple infectious agents in one assay using only one sample. Multiplex technology allows a large number of tests to be conducted simultaneously and analyzed quickly, cost-effectively and accurately.

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Hepatitis C Virus HCV - HIV

Influenza Testing

Inherited Metabolic Disorders

- Newborn screening using filter cards (36-72 hours after birth)

- Metabolic screening for babies older than 1 month also using filter cards

- Amino acid (blood, urine) and organic acid (urine) screening

- Lysosomal storage disease testing


Metabolic Screening Tests/Metabolic Genetic Disorders

Metabolic Disorders or Inborn errors of metabolism (IEM) are genetic conditions which result in an inability of the cells of the body to perform certain functions such as breaking down food, making energy, or clearing toxic byproducts. These are most common in newborns and infants, however they can also be found in adults.

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Amino Acids in Blood

Newborn Screening - Abnormal Hb

Newborn Screening - low G6PDH

Newborn Screening - normal

List of conditions covered in New Born Screening

Mitochondrial Disorder Testing

- Initial testing in blood and urine when suspecting a mitochondrial dysfunction

- Genetic testing to confirm mitochondrial diseases (mtDNA and nuclear DNA)

We offer many different panels covering together 396 genes associated with mitochondrial disorders.

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Non Invasive Prenatal Testing (NIPT)


- neoBona test (NIPT) starting from gestational week 10

- First Trimester risk calculation for trisomies 21, 13, 18 (gestational weeks 11-14)

- Second Trimester risk calculation (Triple Test, Quadruple Test) for trisomies 21, 13, 18 and NTD (gestational weeks 14-18)


NIPT – neoBona Test

Non-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT) analyzes cell-free DNA from the fetus circulating in the pregnant mother’s blood. This is a prenatal screening test for Down syndrome (trisomy 21) and two other common fetal chromosomal abnormalities (trisomies 18 and 13). Also, testing for X and Y chromosomes is possible upon request.

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First & Second Trimester Risk Calculations

Freiburg Medical Laboratory offers the First Trimester Screening (FTS) as a non-invasive pregnancy evaluation, performed at 11+0 – 13+6 week. The screening involves a combination of ultrasonographic measurement of nuchal translucency (NT) and biochemical analysis of maternal serum levels of two pregnancy-related proteins: free beta-hCG (beta-human chorionic gonadotropin) and PAPP-A (Pregnancy Associated Plasma Protein-A). Please note that numerous studies have revealed that the first trimester screening is far more sensitive for detecting Down syndrome than the second trimester screening (Triple test).

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Nutritional and Anti-Aging Medicine

Anti-aging & Nutrition category includes a variety of tests for biochemical, vitamins, minerals and other factors important for good health.

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Obesity is defined as having a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 30 or more. BMI is a widely accepted indicator of obesity worldwide. However, it does not distinguish between excess muscle, bone mass or amount of fat and its distribution. There is a high prevalence of overweight and obesity (43.0 and 32.3%, respectively) amongst expatriates in UAE. 

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Pre-Marital Check-Up, Paternity Testing

- General blood tests (e.g. blood group, hemoglobin studies)

- STD and infectious disease testing (see STD panels)

- Hormone testing, semen analysis, ovarian function (see Fertility)

- Chromosome analysis  (see Fertility)

- Paternity testing



Pre-Marital Testing

Pre-marital screening is a group of tests recommended for couples that are going to get married, to prevent as much as possible transmitting disease to their offspring.

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Paternity Test

Risk Profiles Cardiovascular, Diabetes, Metabolic Assessment

- Comprehensive testing for cardiovascular risk

Diabetes check-up

Metabolic Assessment

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Cardiac Risk Profile

Diabetes Profile

Lipoprint Profile

STD Panel

STD Panel Testing

Getting tested for STDs (sexually transmitted diseases) is an important step in protecting the health of sexually active patients. The term “sexually transmitted disease” (STD) has replaced the term “venereal disease”. STDs are generally acquired by sexual contact. Some infections are also transmitted non-sexually such as diaplacentally during pregnancy or from mother to infant during childbirth, through blood transfusions or through shared needles. Sexually transmitted infections have a range of signs and symptoms and may go unnoticed until complications occur or a sexual partner is diagnosed.

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UAE Risk Profile

Specific testing for UAE nationals and residents based on the diet and lifestyle choices in the region. 

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UAE Risk Profile

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