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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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Keeping in view the high prevalence of subclinical hypothyroidism,6 continued prevalence of iodine deficiency, and lack of universal iodized salt use in South Asia, biochemical screening for thyroid disorders should be a mandatory part of pre conception care.
Nudelman: I think that cfDNA tests such as Panorama carry significantly better accuracy with fewer false positives and false negatives than biochemical screening.
Measurements of urine or plasma MNs are the recommended biochemical screening test for PCC/PGL.
Hence this study was conducted for biochemical screening for suspected mitochondrial disorders by measuring the plasma levels of lactate and histopathological tests of muscle biopsy sample.
The collection of soil sediments was part of a project titled 'Molecular and Biochemical Screening of Mangrove Sediments in Abu Dhabi for Biomass Degrading Enzymes'.
Biochemical screening for Down syndrome can be done from the maternal blood during the first/second trimester.
Biochemical screening showed severe metabolic acidosis, acute renal insufficiency, and systemic inflammatory response syndrome.
Genetic tests performed on the mother during the pregnancy (for example, amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling, sonograms, and/or biochemical screening tests) also are important.
At our hospital the use of biochemical screening of pregnancy for Down's syndrome, thalassaemia and neural tube defects have become very popular in the past one decade," says I C Verma, who heads the leading genetics centre in India at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital.
Venous blood samples (of 5 ml) were collected into heparin Vacutainer tubes and delivered in cool boxes to the Department of Pathology, College of Health Sciences, Makerere University, for analysis for DDT and biochemical screening disease markers.