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Patients' waiting time will be reduced because images are instantly available to the diagnostician.
Using proprietary technology to match individual cases with the proven skill and improved accuracy of diagnostic specialists, Premerus(SM) efficiently routes clinical data and images to leading diagnosticians for expeditious review.
Doctors are wonderful diagnosticians but they are not good server administrators," he says.
IIPs are diagnosticians just as we are, Grasshopper.
In this text, experienced researchers and diagnosticians present the most current molecular diagnostic techniques for use in clinical care and in basic and clinical research.
Diagnosticians would oversee their patients' non-routine treatment, and they would confer with the treating doctor.
An invaluable resource gives radiologists, experienced breast diagnosticians, and breast surgeons, this text provides the knowledge they need for this important field.
Complications can easily occur, such as use of unqualified diagnosticians, existence of comorbidities, and inappropriately performed tests that can lead to misdiagnosis and inappropriate treatment, such as surgery.
By bringing digital pathology together with other medical imaging and patient information, the integrated diagnostic workstations are poised to elevate pathologists to the role of diagnosticians at the center of patient care.
compile a resource on beet production problems for field workers, diagnosticians, extension specialists, agronomists, entomologists, and home gardeners.
British actor Hugh Laurie is brilliant as Dr Gregory House, the curmudgeonly, genius medic who heads a team of diagnosticians at the fictional Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey.
His character Gregory House is an antisocial medical genius who heads a team of diagnosticians at the Princeton-Plainsboro Teaching Hospital in New Jersey.