laboratory diagnosis


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lab·o·ra·to·ry di·ag·no·sis

a diagnosis made by a chemical, microscopic, microbiologic, immunologic, or pathologic study of secretions, discharges, blood, or tissue.

laboratory diagnosis

a diagnosis arrived at after study of secretions, excretions, or tissue through chemical, microscopic, or bacteriological means or by biopsy. See also diagnosis.

lab·o·ra·to·ry di·ag·no·sis

(lab'ŏ-ră-tōr-ē dī-ăg-nō'sis)
A diagnosis made by a chemical, microscopic, microbiologic, immunologic, or pathologic study of secretions, discharges, blood, or tissue.
laboratory diagnosis disease diagnosis from microscopy and analyisis of body fluids, biopsied tissues, tissue or body fluid cultures

lab·o·ra·to·ry di·ag·no·sis

(lab'ŏ-ră-tōr-ē dī-ăg-nō'sis)
Diagnosis made by chemical, microscopic, microbiologic, immunologic, or pathologic study of secretions, discharges, blood, or tissue.
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