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Pyridinium crosslink test

Pyridinium crosslink test

Pyridinium crosslink test: The pyridinium crosslink test measures the amount of pyridinium in the urine; pyridinium crosslinks are a component of type I collagen that are released into the urine during bone destruction.

Diseases Associated with Pyridinium crosslink test

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Pyridinium crosslink test:

  • Osteoporosis (increased levels)
  • Paget disease (increased levels)
  • Bone tumors, primary and metastatic (increased levels)
  • Acromegaly (increased levels)
  • Hyperparathyroidism (increased levels)
  • Hyperthyroidism (increased levels)
  • Osteodystrophy (increased levels)
  • Hypoparathyroidism (decreased levels)
  • Hypothyroidism (decreased levels)
  • Cortisol therapy (decreased levels)

Basic Information: Pyridinium crosslink test

Disease or Condition count: 0; see list of conditions below. These are the diseases or medical conditions in which the medical test 'Pyridinium crosslink test' may be involved.

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