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Synonyms for screening

the display of a motion picture

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fabric of metal or plastic mesh

the act of concealing the existence of something by obstructing the view of it

testing objects or persons in order to identify those with particular characteristics

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The company added that Cologuard, the first and only US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved, noninvasive stool DNA screening test, will be available to patients through their primary care physicians at Mayo Clinic.
Overall, the contingent screening test showed a cost-effectiveness ratio of $26,833 Canadian dollars per case of DS.
None of that seems worth it to me if the screening test hasn't been shown to give information that enables women my age to reduce their risk of either dying or developing a serious condition.
The labs that serve the insurance industry have studied the prevalence of cases where the insured denies tobacco/nicotine, the screening test is positive and a negative GC/MS contradicts that screening test.
Though the risk of contracting West Nile through blood transfusion is slight, health officials moved to create a screening test that was implemented in early July by blood banks nationwide.
The use of serum C-reactive protein to screen for occult bacterial infection in young children in place of traditional screening tests does not significantly improve diagnostic accuracy, reported Dr.
The most common screening test is the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), sometimes called enzyme immunoassay (EIA).
Cost-benefit was estimated using several scenarios including varying the screening interval (1-, 2-, 3-, and 5-year intervals), altering the specificity of the test from 80% to 99% with sensitivity constant at 51%, and altering the sensitivity of the initial screening test from 51% to 99% using a constant specificity of 97%.
Research is being done to find the most reliable screening test for prostate cancer.
The In-Home Alzheimer's Screening Test is a six-part series of word and picture games designed as a preliminary test of different mental skills and recall.
A new study's findings may lead to a screening test that would give women with benign breast disease a better estimate of their risk of cancer.
If a screening test doesn't meet that criteria, then why do it?
Also called the maternal serum screening test, the triple marker looks for the presence of three chemicals, the levels of which may indicate the possibility of a chromosome or neural tube defect.
For such men, a PSA screening test offers a false picture of prostate health.
OTCBB:CYCR) today announced plans to begin trials for a quick, accurate, inexpensive screening test for endometrial and uterine cancers using a specialized computer-guided image recognition microscope system and the new P2X7 genetic marker to identify pre-cancerous cell changes.