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method of choice

A diagnostic or therapeutic manoeuvre which is preferred in practice, based on ease of performance or efficiency.

method of choice

A diagnostic or therapeutic maneuver preferred in practice, based on ease of performance or efficiency
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Traditional, tangible methods should be the method of choice for marketers," says Lee Smith, president of InsightExpress.
Not widely used on the East Coast, concrete tilt-up construction affords speed of construction, low maintenance and security, making it the method of choice for industrial buildings elsewhere in the country.
Trapping them is the pest control method of choice, and Adler prefers snap traps.
Diane McDavitt, President and Chief Operating Officer, commented that "The Internet has become the method of choice for purchasing luxury travel, as evidenced by our growth in traffic and revenues despite current economic conditions and lower occupancy rates in the hospitality industry.
Condoms appeared to be the method of choice among single, sexually active men in Zimbabwe, suggesting that men may be following advice to use condoms in non-marital sexual relationships.
GC/MS should always be the method of choice for the interpretation of these chromatograms.
2D gel electrophoresis is the method of choice for separating complex mixtures of proteins, the first step in the typical proteomics research workflow.
Ideally, copying the workstation drives onto a separate array that is designed specifically as a backup or storage server may be the method of choice for optimum backup performance.
Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) may be the method of choice for detecting enteroviruses, according to a report in Infections in Medicine [1999;16(8):493].
Gopnik theorizes that e-mail is the burgeoning communication method of choice, not because it brings intimacy, but precisely because it allows less while still making a human-to-human connection.
Gross-ups are moving forward as the design method of choice," Golden said.
Schmidt, the acknowledged gums of meta-analysis, assert that the "conflicting" results that often result from narrative reviews - the prior method of choice - are often artifactual.