Single tests

We have displayed some of the most commonly ordered single analyses in here and we are working to add even more tests.

Before visiting a sample collection point, please read the guidelines on how to prepare for giving samples. If you are placing an order on the portal, the test results will also be available on the portal (MINU.SYNLAB.EE) and the Health Information System where your family doctor can access them if necessary. Test results (names are in EST).

You can only order tests of your own samples. To give tests to others, you can purchase a gift card for different panels at SYNLAB sample collection points or in this patient portal.

If you need help interpreting the test results or you don’t know what  tests to order we advise you to also order a consultation with the lab doctor.

A one-time blood collection fee of 5 € is added to the price for single tests from blood.

Alanine aminotransferase

  • Enables assessing liver function related to liver damage
  • If the assessment yields high values, additional liver analyses are recommended

Aspartate aminotransferase

  • Muscle tissue damage indicator
  • Moderate increase may indicate skeletal muscle disease
  • Moderate increase may also occur in case of trauma and intense physical activity
  • The level also increases in blood in case of liver damage


  • Allows evaluating the risk of cardiovascular diseases
  • Used as a primary analysis of lipid metabolism

Coronavirus detection

The presence of virus is analyzed by a reliable PCR method. A sample is taken according to request either from the pharyngeal washings or nasopharynx. In order to ensure smooth sampling with children, we recommend practicing throat gargling at home for 10 seconds before giving the sample.


  • Primary analysis for renal function assessment
  • High values indicate renal impairment, but may also occur in individuals with high muscle mass and after intense physical activity
  • Low levels of creatinine occur in individuals with low muscle mass or muscular diseases, and in cases of starvation


  • The test assesses your risk for developing a cardiovascular disease
  • It helps to evaluate the level of inflammation in your body


  • Indicates iron stores in your body


  • The main source of energy for the body
  • High values may indicate diabetes
  • Low values occur less frequently and indicate a deficiency in carbohydrates consumed with food or hormonal system malfunction

HDL cholesterol

  • The “good cholesterol”
  • Allows evaluating the risk of the onset of cardiovascular diseases

Hemogram with 5-part leukogram, i.e. white blood cell count

  • Gives an overview of the current condition of the organism
  • Allows for the screening, diagnosing and monitoring of various diseases and conditions affecting blood cells – such as leukaemia, infections, inflammations, bleeding disorders and tumours
  • Provides information about the functioning of the immune system
  • Shows the blood’s ability to transport oxygen

LDL cholesterol

  • Also known as “bad cholesterol”
  • Allows evaluating the risk of cardiovascular diseases

Quantitative IgG antibody test for coronavirus

The venous blood sample helps to detect if you have had the disease or if antibodies have formed after vaccination. The quantitative (QN) test of coronavirus IgG antibodies shows not only the presence of antibodies, but also their numeric level.


Indications for testosterone test for men:
  • To diagnose hypogonadism
  • To determine the cause for infertility and other sexual dysfunctions and impotence
Indications for testosterone test for women:
  • To determine the cause for infertility
  • To determine the causes for improper functioning of ovaries
  • To determine the cause for excessive body hair
  • To identify reasons for adrenal gland disorders

Thyroid-stimulating hormone TSH

  • A high-sensitivity test to assess the activity of the thyroid gland


  • The level of triglycerides in blood may increase in case of diabetes, underactive thyroid, alcoholism, pancreatitis, or chronic liver or renal diseases.

Vitamin B12

  • Necessary for the functioning of the brain and nervous system and for blood formation
  • Deficiency may cause anaemia and damage to nervous system
  • Low levels are often caused by vegetarian diet

Vitamin D

  • Low levels are associated with the risk of several diseases
  • An important vitamin for the normal development of bones and teeth
  • Affects protein synthesis in muscles, which is in turn responsible for muscle size, strength, reaction time, coordination and resilience