Carcinoembryonic antigen is the full form of the CEA test. It is done to detect and diagnose various types of cancer. The antigen is a substance that is produced by the cancerous tumor cells. CEA is a type of protein normally present in the tissues of a baby.
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Frequently Asked Questions About CEA Test
What is CEA Test?
Carcinoembryonic antigen is the full form of CEA test. It is done to detect and diagnose various types of cancer. The antigen is a substance that is produced by the cancerous tumor cells. CEA is a type of protein normally present in the tissues of a baby.
The level of CEA declines as you grow. If the CEA level is high in the blood it is associated with certain types of cancer. CEA test is generally done to rectify the cancers present in intestine and rectum. It is done to monitor an ongoing treatment and to determine how far the cancer is spread in your body.
CEA is a tumor marker test to evaluate the cancer. If the level of CEA declines after the treatment or surgery means that the cancer has gone. The level of CEA may also increase due to smoking. CEA test cannot be used for screening as not all the cancerous cells produce CEA.
Why is CEA Test Done?
CEA test is done if you show symptoms of having cancer. It is also done to determine the success of an ongoing treatment for cancer. The high level of CEA can be seen in the following cancers
- Liver cancer
- Gastrointestinal tract cancer
- Lung cancer
- Breast cancer
- Colon cancer
- Medullary thyroid carcinoma
- Prostate cancer
- Pancreatic cancer
- Ovarian cancer
Sometimes CEA test may also be performed on fluid if your doctor suspects that the cancer has metastasized.
Is there any Preparations Required for CEA Test?
CEA test is a simple blood test. There are no special preparations required for the test. You can have your normal diet and carry on your regular activities.
Your doctor will inform you about the precautions prior to the test if you already have cancer conditions. It is recommended to wear half sleeved cloth to the test for convenience.
What is the Procedure of CEA Test?
The procedure of CEA test is similar to that of any other blood test. The nurse will tie a tight elastic band around your arm to make the veins swell. A cotton pad soaked with an antiseptic liquid will be used to clean the area from where the blood is to be drawn.
A needle will be injected into the vein to draw the blood which will be collected in a tube. After removing the needle, the punctured site will be pressed with a cotton ball to stop the bleeding. The collected blood sample will be sent to the laboratory for further testing.
What Does the CEA Test Result Mean?
CEA test measures the level of carcino embryonic antigen in the blood. It helps to diagnose the presence of different kinds of cancer. The normal range of CEA is less than 3 nano-grams per milliliter (ng/ml). If the CEA level is greater than 3 ng/ml then it means that you may have cancer.
However, the high level of CEA does not always mean that you have cancer. The elevated level of CEA may also be associated with other complications such as cirrhosis, inflammatory bowel disease or chronic smoking. If the CEA test is detected in the cerebrospinal fluid then it means that the cancer has spread to the central nervous system.