paraclinical

paraclinical

 [par″ah-klin´ĭ-kal]
pertaining to abnormalities (e.g., morphological or biochemical) underlying clinical manifestations (e.g., chest pain or fever).

paraclinical

/para·clin·i·cal/ (-klin´ĭ-k'l) pertaining to abnormalities (e.g., morphological or biochemical) underlying clinical manifestations (e.g., chest pain or fever).

paraclinical

pertaining to abnormalities (e.g. morphological or biochemical) underlying clinical manifestations (e.g. abdominal pain or fever). Used also as a collective term for the sciences that deal with pathology, including clinical pathology and immunology, and pathogenic agents including microbiology, parasitology and toxicology.

paraclinical tests
laboratory tests in the area of pathology, clinical pathology, immunology, microbiology, parasitology, toxicology.
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N-methyl-D-aspartate antibody encephalitis: Temporal progression of clinical and paraclinical observations in a predominantly non-paraneoplastic disorder of both sexes.
Role of clinical and paraclinical manifestations of methanol poisoning in outcome prediction.
Little is known about the general clinical and paraclinical diagnosis of the rare locations of hydatid disease in the peritoneum, omentum, and mesentery.
The total duration of the undergraduate course curriculum is 5% years and is divided into three phases: Preclinical for first (first and second semester), paraclinical for second (third to fifth semester), and clinical for 3rd year (sixth to ninth semester), followed by an internship for 1 year.
Clinical and paraclinical diagnostic methods used in intestinal intussusception contribute to act quickly and perform limited intestinal resections.
16,17 In this case, genetic testing could not be performed to identify the gene mutation because of the low economic status of the guardians, but the dermatological, dental findings and paraclinical features strongly suggested the diagnosis of PLS.
The study was conducted at the Techirghiol Balneal and Recovery Sanatorium in March 2017 and included 20 patients, of which 8 women and 12 men, diagnosed with primitive coxarthrosis, on the basis of the clinical examination performed by the physician, in conjunction with paraclinical examinations.
One other limitation of our study was that the questionnaires were self-administered; also, we did not examine the cases for potential organic disorders using history taking, physical examination, or further paraclinical evaluations.
Clinical and paraclinical analysis of the transfer of critical pediatric patients).
Paraclinical effects of miswak extract on dental plaque.
Chest-abdomen-pelvis CT scan ruled out a small bowel cancer, but raised two others diagnostic hypotheses, pulmonary tuberculosis and bronchopneumonia (Figure 1); thereby the patient was transferred to the Pneumology Department, where paraclinical investigations excluded pulmonary tuberculosis.
After obtaining informed consent from the patients or their legal guardian, data gathering was done through a demographic questionnaire and paraclinical tests and anthropometric measurements.