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Vitamin D
Is an essential fat soluble vitamin which has its influence on calcium and phosphate homeostasis. Testing of which has gained worldwide importance as nearly one third of adults worldwide are supposed to be having deficiency of the vitamin

Indications: Bone related disorders( Osteomalacia, Rickets, Osteoporosis)
Chronic Kidney Disease
cardiovascular disorders
Parathyroid gland related Disorders
Autoimmune disorders
Ref: http://m.betterhealth.vic.gov.au/bhcu2/bhcarticles.nsf/mskpages/vitamin_d.com www.osteoporosis.org.au Tom D.Thacher, Baut L.Clarke. Vit D Insufficiency. Mayoclinic Proc.Jan 2011; 86(1): 50-60

Vitamin B12 Is necessary mainly for normal metabolism, Dna synthesis and RBC regeneration. Its deficiency leads to irreversible nervous system degeneration and megaloblastic anaemia.
Indications: Isolated Red cell macrocytosis
Macrocytic Anameia
Peripheral Neuropathy
Cognitive change, eg: Dementia
Ref: Pernicious Anaemia Society – www.pernicious-anaemia-society.org

It is highly recommended to test Folate and Vit B12 level together for better management of megaloblastic anemia.
Megaloblastic Anemia
Chronic Alcholic cases
Chronic Liver disease
Early pregnancy

Antimullerian Hormone (AMH)
Its an sensitive marker of ovarian aging and ovarian reserve. It plays a major role in predicting the success of IVF and also response of ovary to stimulation.