Bone Profile Blood Test?

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A bone blood profile test is measuring the standard calcium, albumin, phosphate, alkaline and phosphatase in the blood. The test may be repeated due to abnormalities in some of those values for verification. If the values are abnormal, the doctor may look for evidence of a bone disease such as osteomalacia, osteoporosis or Paget's disease.
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There are a numerous blood tests that can be carried out in order to determine different problems. A bone profile blood test is one which measures minerals, proteins and enzymes involved in bone turnover. Bone re-absorption is increased by various diseases and these tests can indicate problems with the bone.
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