No Fasting/Blood Draw

Either calcidiol or calcitriol tests may be ordered when a patient has an abnormal blood calcium, phosphorus, and/or magnesium level or evidence of bone disorders. If calcium is low or the patient has symptoms of vitamin D deficiency, such as bone malformation in children (rickets) and bone weakness, softness, or fracture in adults (osteomalacia), the calcidiol test usually is ordered to identify a possible deficiency in vitamin D. If calcium is high or the patient has a disease that might produce excess amounts of calcitriol, such as sarcoidosis or some forms of lymphoma, the calcitriol test usually is ordered.

*This Test is NOT available for residents of, MA, MD, ND, SD, NJ, NY and RI.


To Order This Test Click:  Vitamin D

Flex-Time Sessions Are Available To Review Test Results, Click:  Flex-Time