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Anit Smooth Muscle Antibodies Test (ASMA Test)

The ASMA test measures the amount of smooth muscle antibodies (SMA) in the blood. It is performed to confirm Autoimmune Hepatitis.

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1) Home Collection Facility Available Only For Minimum Total Test(s) Charges Of ₹999.00 and above.
2) We Serve Only in Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad City Limits.
3) Additional Charges For Serving Outside Pune and Pimpri Chinchwad City Limits. (With in Pune)
4) Home Collection Facility Service Timing Should Be Selected Between 7.30am till 11.00am.
5) Direct Walk-in Service Timing Should Be Selected From 9.00am till 6pm (Monday-Saturday). Sunday from 9.00am till 1.30pm.
6) Confirm The Time Slot Availability Before Booking. There is No Auto Slot Blocking In Online Test Booking. You Should Reach to Use Over WhatsApp Or Call For Slot Availability.
7) We don't Provide Home Collection Service Only For Urine or Stool Test. These Tests Can Be Combined With Other Blood Tests.
8) Booking Date And Time Should Be 24hrs-72hrs in Advance

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Description

Smooth Muscle Antibodies Test

A smooth Muscle Antibodies test is performed on a sample of blood to measure the SMA level in the blood. It is performed to confirm Autoimmune Hepatitis and also during the treatment and after the treatment of Autoimmune Hepatitis.

ASMA test advised for patients suffering from chronic liver disease, diagnosed with chronic active autoimmune hepatitis, show signs of Anti Smooth Muscle Antibody titre ASMA. The antibody may also be found in patients with alcoholic hepatitis, primary biliary cirrhosis, and chronic viral hepatitis. In patients with chronic active hepatitis, the Antibody-titre is usually found in the range of 80 to 320.

Why is the ASMA test advised?

To help diagnose autoimmune hepatitis and distinguish it from other causes of liver injury.

When is the ASMA test advised?

Your doctor would recommend this test for you if you have chronic liver disease or when you have, he needs to check if you have Autoimmune hepatitis

Autoimmune hepatitis signs and symptoms include:

  • Hepatomegaly, which is an enlarged liver
  • Abdominal swelling
  • Tenderness on the liver
  • Darker urine
  • Pale-coloured stools

The ASMA test measures the number of smooth muscle antibodies (SMA) in the blood. SMAs are proteins made by the body’s immune system to target their cytoskeletal proteins. The production of SMA is a powerful indicator of autoimmune hepatitis, but may also be seen in other forms of liver disease and with primary biliary cirrhosis.

ASMA Test Conditions

They are also known as ASMA Antibodies ELISA Blood, ASMA Antibodies ELISA, and Smooth Muscle Antibodies ELISA.

  • 10-12hrs overnight fasting is NOT advised
  • A doctor’s prescription may be needed
  • The normal test results may vary depending on gender, age, health history, etc.
  • Inform your doctor if you’ve been taking medicines or drugs, and he might ask you to stop. Certain medications can interact with your ASMA test result. Talk to your doctor.
  • Home visit service facility available only for total test cost of above ₹999
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