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Because PLGAs share many of the histologic characteristics of pleomorphic adenomas, monomorphic adenomas, adenoid cystic carcinomas, and low-grade papillary adenocarcinomas, these other tumors should be considered in the differential diagnosis of PLGA.
The test is also an economical approach to differential diagnosis of infectious diseases, and a small, low-cost mobile unit can extend its use beyond selected reference laboratories.
Sections on laboratory tests, imaging studies, microbiology tests, therapeutic drug monitoring and tests in differential diagnosis provide vital information for daily patient care.
These decision support systems perform something like automated textbooks and electronic consultants: Enter a patient's history, including symptoms, findings on physical examination, and diagnostic test results, and the programs will give you a differential diagnosis.
We believe this Power3 discovered biomarker will be useful in the differential diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease from normal (control) individuals and patients with non-Alzheimer's dementias," he said.
He provides 400 lists organized by clinical signs, differential diagnosis from a systems perspective, and laboratory tests.
Diagnosaurus makes important medical differential diagnosis (DDx) information available free of charge for the PDA at Diagnosaurus.
After a simple and fast negative stain preparation, the undirected, "open view" of electron microscopy allows rapid morphologic identification and differential diagnosis of different agents contained in the specimen.