Test information includes:

  • overview of the test
  • utility - when/why/how the test is used
  • diseases the test is often used to detect or monitor
  • specimen collection methods/procedures
  • testing methodology
  • usual turnaround time
  • interpretation of test results
  • reference ranges for test results (normal, abnormal, etc.)
  • diagnosis and billing codes
    • ICD-10-CM
    • ICD-9-CM
    • CPT
  • additional or related tests
  • references - more information about the tests
  • web resources - additional online information about the test
Access to this feature is available in the following products:
  • Medical Lab Tests w/LDS Ranks

Medical Lab Tests

best tests for diseases (CLD rankings), test info, billing codes, etc.

Medical Laboratory Tests - Search by name, method, specimen, disease, body system

Use this page to learn more about medical laboratory tests that can be used to detect, diagnose, or monitor diseases, disease processes, and susceptibility to disease or predisposition based on genetics.  Click on an Index Letter to see tests by name, or enter keywords (including CPT/HCPCS, ICD-10-CM and ICD-9-CM codes) to search for specific tests.

Information on each test includes:

Medical Lab Tests w/CLD Ranks

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The more advanced "Medical Lab Tests w/CLD Ranks" product includes Clinical Lab Decision (CLD) rankings.

CLD uses a proprietary ranking system that enables healthcare providers to correctly select and order the most relevant tests based on diseases, symptoms, and ICD-10 codes.

Our CLD system scores over 10,000 test-disease/condition pairs, assigns a rank from 1 to 10 and displays the ranks as a simple color coded indicator of clinical relevance, medical necessity and testing indication.

For example:  "ABO Group and Rh Typing":

Diagnostic Testing

Hemolytic transfusion reaction
Ectopic pregnancy
Placental abruption
Gestational trophoblastic disease
Lower gastrointestinal hemorrhage

In case transfusion is needed.

Disease Management Testing

Pregnancy without complications
Gastrointestinal hemorrhage

In case transfusion is needed.

Key - Meets Medical Necessity:

The rankings also show up on each CPT/HCPCS or ICD-10 code information page when the code is associated with a Medical Laboratory test:

Using these Rankings:

List of Medical Lab Tests

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