Quest offers the right test for the right patient at the right time

We’ve built our screening menu to correspond with age-based guidelines and recommendations from leading women’s health organizations. Our goal is to ensure your patients get the appropriate screening needed at every well-woman visit at every age.

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Please select an age bracket to view the corresponding test menu:

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

CORRESPONDING
QUEST TEST

TEST CODE(S)

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Annual chlamydia and gonorrhea testing (if sexually active)

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Chlamydia/Neisseria gonorrhoeae RNA, TMA, Urogenital

TEST CODE

11363

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testing (if sexually active)b

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

HIV-1/2 Antigen and Antibodies, Fourth Generation, with Reflexesc

TEST CODE

91431

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Screening for trichomonas when risk factors are identifiedd

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

SureSwab® Trichomonas vaginalis RNA, Qualitative, TMA

TEST CODE

19550

It’s Best to Test

The CDC and American Academy of Pediatrics, as well as other leading health organizations, recommend chlamydia and gonorrhea screening of all sexually active females under age 25.2-5

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

CORRESPONDING
QUEST TEST

TEST CODE(S)

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Annual chlamydia and gonorrhea testing (under 25 and if sexually active and for older women who are at increased risk for infectiona)

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Chlamydia/Neisseria gonorrhoeae RNA, TMA, Urogenital

TEST CODE

11363

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Cervical Cancer Screening recommended to start at age 21:

1. In women 21–65 years of age:
Cervical cytology (Pap) alone every 3 years (Reflex to HPV if Pap is ASC-US)
2. In women 30–65 years of age:
Co-testing with Pap and HPV together every 5 years (preferred), or Pap alone every 3 years (Reflex to HPV if Pap is ASC-US)

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Image-Guided Pap with Age-Based Screening Protocolse

TEST CODE

91384

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Image-Guided Pap with Age-Based Screening with CT/NGe

TEST CODE

91385

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Image-Guided Pap with Age-Based Screening with CT/NG, Trichomonase

TEST CODE

91386

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Pap alonee

TEST CODE

See note below

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testingb

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

HIV-1/2 Antigen and Antibodies, Fourth Generation, with Reflexesc

TEST CODE

91431

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Screening for trichomonas when risk factors are identifiedd

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

SureSwab®, Trichomonas vaginalis RNA, Qualitative, TMA

TEST CODE

19550

Co-testing for cervical cancer with Pap and HPV together is best

A recent Quest Diagnostics Health Trends unprecedented 8-year data analysis of 13.6 million women between the ages of 30 and 65 across the US confirmed that more cases of cervical cancer were identified with co-testing than with HPV or Pap testing alone.

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Hereditary cancer screening

For patients with a family or personal history of breast or ovarian cancer, Ashkenazi Jewish ancestry, or other potential heritable conditions, genetic testing can provide valuable information to help inform the best treatment decisions. Our hereditary cancer screening is performed on a next-generation sequencing platform in conjunction with our proprietary software to allow for the most accurate identification of disease.

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RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

CORRESPONDING
QUEST TEST

TEST CODE(S)

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Annual mammography

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

N/A

TEST CODE

N/A

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Diabetes testing every 3 years after age 45

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Glucose

TEST CODE

483

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Hemoglobin A1c

TEST CODE

496

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Cardio IQ® Diabetes Risk Panel with Scoref

TEST CODE

92026

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Diabetes Risk Panel with Score

TEST CODE

92027

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Cardio IQ® Insulin Resistance Panel with Score

TEST CODE

36509

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Cervical Cancer Screening

Co-testing with Pap and HPV together every 5 years (preferred)
or
Pap alone every 3 years (Reflex to HPV if Pap is ASC-US)

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Image-Guided Pap with Age-Based Screening Protocolse

TEST CODE

91384

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Image-Guided Pap with Age-Based Screening with CT/NGe

TEST CODE

91385

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Image-Guided Pap with Age-Based Screening with CT/NG, Trichomonasee

TEST CODE

91386

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Pap alonee

TEST CODE

See note below

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Lipid profile assessment every 5 years beginning at age 45

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Lipid Panel, Standard

TEST CODE

7600

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Cardio IQ® ASCVD Risk Panel with Scoref

TEST CODE

92052

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

ASCVD Risk Panel with Score

TEST CODE

92053

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Advanced Lipid Panel with Inflammation, Cardio IQ®

TEST CODE

94220

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Thyroid-stimulating hormone testing every 5 years beginning at age 50

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

TSH

TEST CODE

899

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

TSH with Reflex to Free T4

TEST CODE

36127

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Thyroid Panel with TSH

TEST CODE

7444

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Colorectal cancer screening with colonoscopy every 10 years beginning at age 50 or at age 45 for African-American women (preferred); fecal immunochemical test (FIT) annually starting at age 50 as an alternative to colonoscopy

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Fecal Globin by Immunochemistry (InSure®)

TEST CODE

11290

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) testingb

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

HIV-1/2 Antigen and Antibodies, Fourth Generation, with Reflexesc

TEST CODE

91431

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

One-time hepatitis C testing for persons born from 1945 through 1965 and unaware of their infection status (more often for high-risk patients)

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Hepatitis C Antibody with Reflex to HCV, RNA, Quantitative, Real-Time PCR

TEST CODE

8472

RECOMMENDED LABORATORY SCREENING

Screening for chlamydia, gonorrhea, and trichomonas (when risk factors are identifiedd)

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

Chlamydia/Neisseria gonorrhoeae RNA, TMA, Urogenital

TEST CODE

11363

CORRESPONDING QUEST TEST

SureSwab®, Trichomonas vaginalis RNA, Qualitative, TMA

TEST CODE

19550

We focus on accuracy, so you can be confident in screening

Quest evaluates more Pap tests than any other lab, while still maintaining the highest of quality standards. We help ensure reliable results through an extensive algorithm of laboratory accuracy checks, and our quality control process meets or exceeds all state and federal requirements.

a Positive results may need to be reported to the authorities under applicable law. Additional assessments and recommendations may be necessary for patients with certain risk factors. For more information, visit acog.org and search for Well-Woman Recommendations.

b Healthcare providers should always follow state HIV screening requirements. For more information, visit www.cdc.gov and search for the September 22, 2006 issue of MMWR Recommendations and Reports.

c Reflex testing may be performed at an additional charge.

d The top risk factors are inconsistent use of condoms, multiple sex partners, and previous STI infection.

e The age-based (Smart Codes) offerings are based on ACOG recommendations and include image-guided Pap tests. The ACOG guidelines do not specify a particular type of Pap test. Both imaged and non-imaged Pap tests are acceptable under the guidelines. Non-imaged Paps, conventional Paps, as well as additional testing recommended by the guidelines, may be ordered individually and are available at Quest Diagnostics. Test codes may vary by location. Please contact your local laboratory or go to QuestDiagnostics.com/TestDirectory for more information.

f To learn more about our Cardio IQ testing, visit QuestDiagnostics.com/CardioIQ.

Test codes may vary by location. Please contact your local laboratory for more information.

​References:

  1. Women’s Preventive Services Initiative. Recommendations for well-woman care - a well-woman chart. Updated April 2020. Accessed December 14, 2020. https://www.womenspreventivehealth.org/wellwomanchart/
  2. American Academy of Family Physicians. Summary of recommendations for clinical preventive services. Published July 2017. Accessed December 14, 2020. https://www.aafp.org/dam/AAFP/documents/patient_care/clinical_recommendations/cps-recommendations.pdf
  3. US Preventive Services Task Force. Final recommendation statement: chlamydia and gonorrhea: screening. Published September 22, 2014. Accessed December 14, 2020. https://www.uspreventiveservicestaskforce.org/uspstf/recommendation/chlamydia-and-gonorrhea-screening
  4. CDC. 2015 Sexually Transmitted Diseases Treatment Guidelines. Reviewed: June 4, 2015. Accessed December 14, 2020. https://www.cdc.gov/std/tg2015/default.htm
  5. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Chlamydia, gonorrhea, and syphilis. Updated February 2019. Accessed December 14, 2020. https://www.acog.org/womens-health/faqs/chlamydia-gonorrhea-and-syphilis