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* ALL Screenings - Ascending order in 1 place...
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  awesome1 - 12/30/17 23:35
 
  Please feel free to add below, I will update the list in ascending order.



HIV --> 13 - 65 yr, once testing for ALL

Pap smear --> cervical cancer - 21 - 29 yr women

PID --> Chlamydia + gonnorrhea test - all sex active women < 24 yr

Mammography - breast cancer, every 2 years, Women age 50-74 year

DEXA Scan - Osteoporosis, women > 65 yr, < 65 w OP # RF

HTN --> BP & Urine analysis & Lipid panel ??

Vision --> ??

Blood sugar --> ??

Plz Add frequently tested screenings....thanks
 
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* Re:ALL Screenings - Ascending order in 1 place...
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  medjungle - 12/31/17 00:44
 
  I'm also looking for screenings info from UW.  
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* Re:ALL Screenings - Ascending order in 1 place...
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  dream250 - 12/31/17 06:51
 
  https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/BrowseRec/Index


Age related screening tests:(please add any important concept).


1-Hypertension: all patient above the age of 18 year at every visit

2-Lipid screen:fasting cholesterol and LDL
*Men= above 35 year
*Women=above 45 year in both done every 5 years
*in high risk patient start at age of 20 year, done every year

3-Diabetes mellitus: fasting blood sugar
*at age >45 year at 3 year interval
*
 
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* Re:ALL Screenings - Ascending order in 1 place...
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  dream250 - 12/31/17 06:53
 
  3-Diabetes mellitus: fasting blood sugar
*at age >45 year at 3 year interval
* less than 45 year of age with risk factor (HTN, family Hx, over weight, PCOS, Hx of gestational diabetes, low HDL and high LDL )
4-Breast cancer: mammography (((lower mortality)))
*at age of 50—70 year, every 1—2 years
*Those are increase risk should screen at age of 40 year or 10 years before the age when a first-degree relative was diagnosed, whichever come first
5-Colon cancer: colonoscopy[COLOR="rgb(153, 50, 204)"](((lower mortality))) [/COLOR]
*start screening after age of 50 year= every 10 years
*if there is single family member with colon cancer= begin 10 years earlier than the family member developed their cancer or age 40, whichever is younger
* if there are 3 family member, 2 generation, or 1 premature before 50 year(HNPCC)= start screening at age of 25 with colonoscopy every 1—2 years
*if there is family Hx of FAP= start screening with sigmoidoscopy at age of 12 year every year
*if the patient has previous Hx of colon cancer= patient should have colonoscopy at 1 year after resection, then every 5 years
*All patient with confirmed colon adenomas, regardless of histological type should have full screening colonoscopy. If less than 2 tubular adenoma removed may followed up with colonoscopy every 5—10 years. If 3—10 tubular adenoma or villous adenoma or high grade dysplasia should have follow-up colonoscopy in 3 year
fecal occult blood test(FOBT) + flexible sigmoidoscopy: every 5 years
FOBT: every 5 years
6-Prostate cancer: DRE+PSA
* start at age of 50= every year
*before age of 40 if first degree diagnose before age of 65 year[COLOR="rgb(153, 50, 204)"](((not lower mortality)))[/COLOR]
7-Cervical cancer: Pap smear
*from 21—65 year
*after 3 years after being sexually active
Pap smear done every year until 3 consecutive –ve then every 2—3 years, and if HPV test is used perform every 3 year
8-AAA: U/S should do once in all male smoker older than 65 year
9-Osteoporosis: bone densitometry at age of 65 year
10-Barrett esophagus: endoscopy
*only metaplasia= every 2—3 years
*low grade dysplasia= every 6—12 months
11- Endometrial cancer : No proven screening test available
12- Ovarian cancer : No proven screening test available, but for postmenopausal women and those with high risk (family Hx, BRCA-1 mutation, Dermatomyositis, HNPCC) CA-125 assessment followed by transvaginal U/S if CA-125 IS >35 U/ml should be done
 
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* High yield Updated in ascending order with inputs
#3356355
  awesome1 - 12/31/17 09:27
 
  Vision screening for child every visit as per UW

HIV testing: 13 - 65 yr once, all

HTN/BP: >18 yr at every visit, all

Pap smear: 21 - 29 yr, F every 3 yr

Chlamydia + gonorrhea test: < 24 yr, all sexually active F

Lipid: >35 M, > 45 F, every 5 yr

FBS: >45, every 3 yr

Colonoscopy: >50 yr every 10 yr, >40 yr if FH+

Mammography: 50-74 year, every 2 yr, F

Prostate / DRE+PSA: >50 yr, every year, controversial, case by case basis as per UW

DEXA Scan: > 65 yr F

AAA / US: > 65 smoker once

NO Screening - Endometrial, Ovarian, bladder cancers

 
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* Re:ALL Screenings - Ascending order in 1 place...
#3356356
  awesome1 - 12/31/17 09:29
 
  Thank you@ dream250  
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