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identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon

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Hb D-Los Angeles [beta121(GH4)Glu>Gln] and Hb Beograd [beta121(GH4)Glu>Val]: Implications for their laboratory diagnosis and genetic origins.
Kalla, in the article looking at antibiotic-associated diarrhoeal syndromes, gives an excellent overview of this all-important subject, while the article by Bamford on the modern laboratory diagnosis of tuberculosis gives insight on new technologies coming to the fore in this age of multiple drug resistance and extremely drug-resistant tuberculosis.
Laboratory diagnosis of sexually transmitted infections in women with genital discharge in Madagascar: implications for primary care.
Testing for the presence of a specific bacterium intimated that clinical diagnosis was less reliable than laboratory diagnosis, and physicians feared usurpation of their authority in an era when it was no easy task to attract patients.
Laboratory diagnosis was made by detection of IgM antibodies to poliovirus type 3 in blood and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and confirmed by isolation of wild poliovirus type 3 from stools of the patient and three of his siblings.
The enormous global problem of tuberculosis (with roughly one-third of the world's population infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis), coupled with an increasing incidence of infections caused by nontuberculous mycobacteria, present unique challenges for the laboratory diagnosis of mycobacterial infections.
Contract award notice: laboratory diagnosis and laboratory reagents.
This edition has a new section of advanced cases, which replaces the section on emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases and includes newly recognized disease agents and complex cases; an updated and expanded primer on the laboratory diagnosis of infectious diseases to reflect the increasing importance of molecular-based assays; 42 new cases; and 32 updated cases.
Laboratory diagnosis of inherited metabolic diseases.
After background on the physiology of menstruation and menorrhagia, the book covers genetic and laboratory diagnosis, antenatal diagnosis, obstetric management, analgesia and anesthesia for pregnant women with inherited bleeding disorders, and the newborn.
Although respiratory virus infections cause significant morbidity and mortality, laboratory diagnosis may not be needed in all patients or under all conditions.
Her research interests include laboratory diagnosis and molecular epidemiology of bacterial vaccine-preventable diseases.
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