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bloodwork

(blŭd′wûrk′)
n.
A blood test or a group of blood tests.
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Fortunately, I had two sets of bloodwork, one post-op but pre-chemo and the other post-chemo.
This vet said it did not appear to be cancerous and the bloodwork they ran looked good.
the dogs are receiving wellness exams, bloodwork and fecal tests, as well as vaccines and Adopt a Golden Atlanta will see that they receive any additional medical care they need.
It offers numerous tips and advice on what to do if one encounters abnormal findings on preanesthetic bloodwork or during anesthetic monitoring.
18) As with other neoplastic conditions, clinical staging is accomplished by evaluating bloodwork results, bone marrow cytology, radiographs, regional lymph node cytology or histopathology, and advanced diagnostics, for example, an abdominal ultrasound.
Bloodwork and lumbar puncture (LP) were non-specific.
Services provided al the Animal Hospital of Wenatchee will include digital X-rays, laser surgery, laser therapy, ultrasound, endoscopy, as well as in-house bloodwork and several specialized orthopedic procedures.
At first, I had to travel every week from New York to the study site for drug pick-up and bloodwork.
The treatment plan aimed to normalize her temperature, address identified infections, stop the emesis, increase her tolerance of gastrostomy feeds, and limit painful invasive procedures such as bloodwork.
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