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Neuron specific enolase levels?

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luz del lago
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Has any one had this blood test? I have found that it is used as a predictor for small cell lung cancer. Can't find it in hubby's lab results so I'm assuming it hasn't been ordered. Would you know what a normal level is, an elevated level, and how would it appear on the lab report? Any info would be greatly appreciated.

Lucy

tbundrock
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Joined: Dec 2010

Usually where we go, Roswell park....the lab report says H for high and L for low. The report should specify :)

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