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Test Identifier Information

 
Registration CodeAMH
Method

Beckman-Coulter Access AMH, a chemiluminescent immunoenzymatic assay

Diagnostic Use / Indications

See http://www.labnet.health.nz/resources/file/endocrinology/AMH.pdf

External Price$56.81(Exclusive of GST)
  

Specimen Collection

 
Pre-Testing Requirements

Nil

Patient SpecimenBlood 4.0 ml. Red, green or gel tubes acceptable
Sample Delivery to LabAmbient same day
  

Instructions for Referral to CHLabs

 
Aliquot Instructions0.5 ml serum, lithium heparin plasma
Aliquot Transport to CHLAmbient for up to 24 hours, otherwise 2-8C for up to 6 days or frozen
  

CHLabs Laboratory

 
DepartmentEndocrinology Laboratory
Contact Details Email Email
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Contact Phone Number(03) 3640886 | x80886
Test Availability3x weekly
Turnaround Timeup to 3 days
Reference Interval

<60 days:           

Male:     110 – 1900 pmol/L
          Female <25 pmol/L
 
Males (adult):    5 – 115 pmol/L
 
Females:
Expected ranges: (25 – 75th percentiles)
Age (yrs)       AMH (pmol/L)
18-25             18-45
26-30             8-30
31-35             8-30
36-40             5-25
41-45             1-8
·        Fertility assessment should consider the full clinical context.
·        If AMH >30 pmol/L consider Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) or if markedly elevated, granulosa cell tumour of the ovary. If on ART, elevated AMH indicates risk of possible ovarian hyperstimulation. Fertility assessment should consider the full clinical context.
 
Uncertainty of Measurement

6.1% for > 3.3 pmol/L

+/-0.2 pmol/L for < 3.3 pmol/L

Delphic Number Test Number9350

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