IgA

Description

An increased IgA is associated with monoclonal IgA myeloma, respiratory and gastrointestinal infections, and malabsorption; decreased IgA is found in selective deficiency and in atacia telangiectasia, a rare and genetic disorder. Speak to your doctor if this is the right test for you.

 

 

IgA

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Reference Range(s)

 

 

Cord Blood 1-3 mg/dL
1-28 days 2-40 mg/dL
1-3 months 3-40 mg/dL
4-6 months 7-47 mg/dL
7-11 months 12-53 mg/dL
1 year 20-73 mg/dL
2 years 20-99 mg/dL
3-5 years 22-140 mg/dL
6-8 years 31-180 mg/dL
9-11 years 33-200 mg/dL
12-16 years 36-220 mg/dL
17-60 years 47-310 mg/dL
≥61 years 70-320 mg/dL
  • Fasting Required: No
  • Preferred Specimen: Serum
  • Patient Preparation: None