Holiday working hours:

Dear patients, on the occasion of September 22 - Day of Bulgarian independence, the working hours of our laboratories are as follows:
*Sofia city, both our sites will be closed on 22.09, on 23.09.23, only the central laboratory at 1 Jerusalem Blvd. will be open;
*Varna city, all laboratories will be closed except for:
- 3 ILINDEN STREET - normal working hours, no change
- "TSAR OSVOBODITEL" Blvd. 81 - on 22.09.23 from 08:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. and on 23.09.23 will be closed

Possibility of specialization in City Lab

We are pleased to announce that the “City Lab” laboratory is OFFICIALLY ACCREDITED as a training base, according to order No. RD-01-686/12.12.23 of the Ministry of Health. Our program offers a combination of practical experience, high technology and experienced professionals willing to pass on their knowledge. The basis of quality healthcare is precisely the high efficiency of practical training. Together, let’s raise medical standards and provide first-class patient care. Let&...
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ROMA index and risk of ovarian tumors

Tumor markers are laboratory tests that optimize the diagnosis, follow-up and treatment of patients with neoplastic diseases. Oncological diseases take second place after cardiovascular diseases as a cause of mortality. In women, the most common localization of cancers are the mammary gland, colon, rectum and anus, body of the uterus, cervix, ovary. Ovarian cancer is the fourth leading cause of death from malignant tumors in women worldwide. For Europe, the death rate from ovarian cancer is 3.6...
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Urogenital Mycoplasma and Ureaplasma

Често причинителите от родовете Mycoplasma и Ureaplasma могат да предизвикат локално възпаление на органите в уро-гениталната система....
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Measles and how to protect yourself from infection

In recent weeks, we often hear the word “measles” in combination with the much more frightening word “epidemic”. In this regard, we at City Lab Medical Laboratory wish to clarify the nature and characteristics of this disease. What is the measles virus? Measles, also known as smallpox and cranberry, is an infectious disease characterized by a specific rash on the skin, inflammation of the mucous membrane of the upper respiratory tract and complications from the respirator...
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Cholesterol

Do we know enough about him? If there is a good time to talk about cholesterol, it is inevitably the days before Easter! As we all know, after the end of fasting, the tradition dictates that there should be eggs, kozunak and of course something local… a kind of cholesterol bomb! Precisely for this reason, we at City Lab decided to use the occasion and introduce you to cholesterol – what it is, what is its function, what are the consequences of its going beyond the norm and how to pro...
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Spring and vitamins

Vitamin D We all know that with the onset of spring, the so-called spring fatigue begins to appear, which in many cases is due to a weakened immune system as a result of a reduced intake of vitamins. In this column, we will try to familiarize you, our readers and patients, with the main aspects and influences of vitamins. Vitamins are an extremely important part of our body and their reduced amounts, and in some cases too high ones, can seriously affect us and our health. Did you know that? Vita...
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Influenza type A and B

In the midst of flu season… It’s winter. As every year, with the onset of winter comes the flu. Influenza, also known as influenza, is an acute infectious disease of the respiratory tract caused by the influenza virus. The European Center for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) reported at the end of December that the influenza virus prevailing this season is of type A(H3N2) and warned that the most seriously affected people are expected to be people of the age group over 65 , with tod...
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Acne

The disease “acne” is characterized by the appearance of pimples on the face, neck, back and/or shoulders. Most often, its development begins during puberty and does not pose any health risks. It is more common among boys than among girls. The main reason for the formation of acne is the increased sensitivity of the body to the normal level of the sex hormone testosterone. This prompts the sebaceous glands in the skin to produce an unusually large amount of sebum, a natural oily secr...
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Hair loss

Hair loss is a fairly common problem, but different people experience this process in different ways and to different degrees. It is also associated with various causes that could be defined in several main groups depending on the cause: 1. Stress Stress and excitement can negatively affect the condition of the hair, but this almost always happens not immediately, but after 2-3 months. In a stressful situation, the adrenal glands begin to work in an enhanced mode and produce an increased amount...
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Malaria

Malaria is a parasitic disease caused by intracellular parasites of the genus Plasmodia. In humans, the causative agents are mainly four types of plasmodia. The source of the disease is the sick person and the parasite carrier. Human-to-human transmission occurs primarily through the bite of Anopheles mosquitoes. A person becomes infected while staying in areas where there are mosquitoes of this genus and during that part of the year when the mosquitoes are active and sucking blood. The first si...
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