Aspergillus IgG Test In Delhi

Aspergillus IgG Test In Delhi

The Aspergillus IgG test is used for diagnosing chronic pulmonary aspergillosis, which is caused by the fungus Aspergillus, the spores of which are present everywhere in our surroundings. Some might inhale these regularly and not get sick as well. Aspergillus mainly affects our respiratory system.

This test is also known as Aspergillus fumigatus 1 precipitin level test, Aspergillus antibody test, Aspergillus immunodiffusion test, and test for precipitating antibodies.

Read further to know more about the Aspergillus IgG test in Delhi, including its price and cost, procedure, side effects, test results, etc.

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About Aspergillus IgG test

Why is the Aspergillus IgG test done?

Aspergillus IgG test is done:

  • To diagnose chronic pulmonary aspergillosis and allergic bronchopulmonary aspergillosis.
  • To check the efficacy of the treatment being given for treating chronic pulmonary aspergillosis and aspergillus rhinosinusitis.
What does the Aspergillus IgG test measure?

Aspergillus IgG test measures the immunoglobulin-G (IgG) antibodies present in the blood. These are produced by our immune system against the fungus Aspergillus, which causes an infection.

Risks/side effects of Aspergillus IgG test:

No side effects are associated with an Aspergillus IgG test, although, for a few days, some pain might be felt in the area from where the blood is taken using a needle.

One might also feel lightheaded or experience fainting. In rare cases, hematoma, which is the collection of blood outside the blood vessels, can also occur.

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When is the Aspergillus IgG test performed?

You can go for the Aspergillus IgG test:
If you have a weakened immune system, owing to diseases like HIV or cancer.
If you have lung diseases, such as asthma and cystic fibrosis.

If you have undergone corticosteroid therapy.
If you are experiencing the following allergic symptoms:

  • Coughing
  • Wheezing
  • Dry cough
  • Hemoptysis
  • Fever
  • Dyspnea
  • General discomfort
  • Weight loss
  • Increased production of phlegm and sputum
How to prepare for the Aspergillus IgG test?

No specific preparations are required for the Aspergillus IgG test.

How is the Aspergillus IgG test performed?

The Aspergillus IgG test involves taking a blood sample from a vein located in your arm. A syringe is used for the same. The area from where the blood would be taken would first be cleaned with an antiseptic solution. Once the blood sample has been collected, it will be sent to the laboratory.

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 Interpreting the Aspergillus IgG test results
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Interpreting the Aspergillus IgG test results

A negative result (which shows the antibodies level to be below 80 AU/ml) is considered normal. It means that no antibodies were found in your blood against the fungus Aspergillus. However, to confirm the test results, your doctor may ask you to go for a sputum test or a lung or nasal biopsy.

On the other hand, a positive result (which shows the antibodies level to be 120 AU/ml or above) is considered abnormal. It indicates that your blood contains antibodies produced against the fungus Aspergillus. These can be from a past infection.

Moreover, a result which shows the antibodies level to be between 80–120 AU/ml is considered intermediate. It means that the test result is unclear.

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