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characteristic or indicative of a disease

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We must train new doctors to be excellent diagnosticians and clinicians in an increasingly resource-constrained healthcare environment.
Trusted by top healthcare facilities, and providing the most effective integrated workflow in digital imaging, San Francisco-based Dicom Systems ensures that doctors, practitioners and diagnosticians have the most reliable and most immediate access to patient data from across their Healthcare Enterprises.
Instead, technicians will create digital patient images and quickly transmit them electronically to diverse locations for viewing by radiologists and diagnosticians.
Premerus is the nation's first diagnostic platform that leverages proprietary technology to connect patients with certified expert diagnosticians, thereby improving quality and affordability of care through increased diagnostic accuracy that reduces medical risks and downstream costs associated with misguided tests, treatments and procedures.
They provide researchers and diagnosticians simpler and more rapid testing with equal sensitivity to competing methods.
If the aneuploid theory proves correct, diagnosticians will be able to distinguish early cancers from benign tumors by looking for aneuploidy.
The "Compendium of Tomato Diseases and Pests" is especially recommended for field and greenhouse growers, home and master gardeners, consultants, horticulturalists, extension agents, entomologists, diagnosticians, plant pathologists, educators, and students, as well as anyone working in postharvest channels, including tomato and canning storage facilities will also benefit from Compendium of Tomato Diseases, second edition.
Trusted by top healthcare facilities, and providing the most effective integrated workflow in digital imaging, Campbell-based Dicom Systems ensures that doctors, practitioners and diagnosticians have the most reliable and most immediate access to patient data from across their Healthcare Enterprises.
It is hoped that the new course could lead to jobs such as veterinary laboratory diagnosticians, welfare inspectors or animal care workers, but further qualifications will still be required to become a vet.
The Centre receives more than 5,000 animal samples of all varieties for diagnosis annually and is one of only three Canadian labs accredited as a Veterinary Diagnostic laboratory by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians.
The KOALA diagnostic procedure uses simple lids and bases (each being a small, cheap piece of plastic), diagnosticians place a KOALA lid containing a chemical mixture onto the base containing the blood sample.
The concept is supported by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, which believes a more robust laboratory network will protect America's livestock industries and food supply from the threat of emerging and foreign diseases.
Prionics is the main sponsor of the 16th International Symposium of the World Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians in Berlin June 5-8, 2013.
The introduction of such criteria is not human, it is unfair and it should not exists because it will come out that those who cannot reach the media will be doomed to lose the last hope because the media will be the main diagnosticians that will decide about someone's future.
From a general description of abortion and its treatment to species-specific chapters outlining diagnostic techniques and anatomy and causes specific to species, this provides a comprehensive and detailed overview, is published in association with the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, and packs in color photos and website digital images.