More than just a test result—precision laboratory medicine.
Diagnosing the root cause of a suspected case of inherited thrombocytopenia is often difficult, and creates a significant challenge in prescribing a precise treatment plan. Versiti Diagnostic Labs’ focus is to simplify and streamline the diagnostic process with tailored protocols and clear diagnostic insights. The experience of the Versiti team—and our drive to provide you with unparalleled, industry-leading service—allow us to provide much more than just a test result.
The frequency of thrombocytopenia diagnostic requests has continued to increase with the advent of routine automated platelet determinations and the introduction of new medications. Versiti Diagnostic Labs possesses leading technology, and the medical and scientific experience to provide precision diagnosis and management of inherited thrombocytopenias.
Although inherited thrombocytopenias represent a small percentage of thrombocytopenias, it is not uncommon to see that inherited thrombocytopenia have been misdiagnosed as autoimmune thrombocytopenia (ITP), and as a result, patients may have received inappropriate therapies. Recent developments in identifying molecular defects have emerged to distinguish congenital cases from immune thrombocytopenia. Versiti is proud to continue expanding the frontiers of laboratory medicine to ensure accurate diagnosis of this complex disease state.
We offer integrated, innovative thrombocytopenia diagnostic solutions
Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin, offers specialized thrombocytopenia testing, using a series of serological and molecular tests to detect the precise cause of your patient’s thrombocytopenia. Our tests maximize patient benefit by providing a complete, patient-specific workup that yields a highly accurate and actionable diagnosis. This unique approach to thrombocytopenia management, combined with our renowned expert team, can only be found at the Versiti Blood Center of Wisconsin.
All Related Tests
This panel is designed for detection of germline variants in 22 genes known to cause thrombocytopenia, specifically inherited in an autosomal dominant manner. It can be ordered as: Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) only; NGS with reflex to Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH); NGS with concurrent aCGH (both testing methodologies performed simultaneously); aCGH only
This panel is designed for the detection of germline variants in 42 genes known to cause inherited thrombocytopenia. It can be ordered as: Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) only; NGS with reflex to Array Comparative Genomic Hybridization (aCGH); NGS with concurrent aCGH (both testing methodologies performed simultaneously); aCGH only