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diagnostic routine


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diagnostic routine

diagnostic routine

diagnostic routine

routine and diagnostic surveillance

Diagnostic Accuracy of Routine Postoperative Body Temperature Measurements

915 Diagnostic contribution of routine 3-dimensional echocardiography in valvular heart disease

The diagnostic value of anti‐neutrophil cytoplasmic antibody testing in a routine clinical setting

A clinical perspective on the 2016 WHO brain tumor classification and routine molecular diagnostics

Routine use of hysterosalpingography prior to diagnostic laparoscopy in the fertility workup

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Nerve conduction studies as a routine diagnostic aid in carpal tunnel syndrome

Doses to patients in some routine diagnostic X-ray examinations in Iran: proposed the first Iranian diagnostic reference levels

A new generation of cancer genome diagnostics for routine clinical use: overcoming the roadblocks to personalized cancer medicine

Left atrial volumetry from routine diagnostic work up prior to pulmonary vein ablation is a good predictor of freedom from atrial fibrillation

Routine pre-treatment with clopidogrel before diagnostic coronary angiography: the question is right, but what about the answer?

Is routine diagnostic laparoscopy for infertility still justified? A pilot study assessing the use of hysterosalpingo-contrast sonography and magnetic resonance imaging.

P199 MR-enterography in Crohn's disease – evaluation of diagnostic and clinical impact in routine practice

MB-24ROUTINE DIAGNOSTIC MEDULLOBLASTOMA SUBGROUPING USING LOW-COST, LOW-INPUT DNA METHYLOMICS: APPLICATION TO TRIALS COHORTS PREVIOUSLY REFRACTORY-TO-ANALYSIS

A UK-wide trial of the Banff classification of renal transplant pathology in routine diagnostic practice.

 

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A routine within a program that is entered as a result of some error condition having been detected, and serves to analyze the cause of that error or to provide information that is subsequently used for such analysis. A typical diagnostic routine might attempt to isolate the cause of the error to a particular hardware or software subsystem, or simply record the values of the major data objects at the time that the error occurred.

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