Routinely used in the clinical diagnosis
of various organ dysfunctions, clinical chemistry reagents represent a $2-billion market, the single largest segment of the $10-$12 billion worldwide in vitro diagnostic market targeted by Biopool International.
We were fortunate to have access to an overseas diagnostic facility, which allowed confirmation of the clinical diagnosis
before the patient received a prolonged course of a drug with adverse effects and drug interactions.
Serologic and virologic evidence confirmed the clinical diagnosis
18] Although a plain x-ray can suggest the clinical diagnosis
, high-resolution CT is usually necessary for the differential diagnosis, and histology is often required for confirmation.
These findings suggest that the determination of levels of soluble APP provides useful biochemical information to assist in the clinical diagnosis
of Alzheimer's disease.
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How to improve the clinical diagnosis
of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease.
Since the diagnosis of ASD relies on the description of behavior, there is no straightforward clinical diagnosis
or simple blood test.
However, in Afghanistan, skin lesions attributed to causes other than cutaneous leishmaniasis are rare, and experience has shown that clinical diagnosis
has a sensitivity and specificity of >80% and >90%, respectively (Reithinger et al.
population along parameters of gender, race/ethnicity, geographic region, socioeconomic status and clinical diagnosis
or special-education placement.
The recent history of exposure to manure was the key for the clinical diagnosis
All 14 patients in the second group who developed VOD showed decreased ATIII activity not more than 1 day prior to the clinical diagnosis