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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With primary diagnoses of sinusitis and ear infection, some paraclinical evaluations were requested.
Clinical and paraclinical findings of this condition are the same as unilateral ectopic pregnancy so the distinct diagnosis is difficult (2).
For the neurologist, MS is a disorder of young adults diagnosed on the basis of clinical and paraclinical evidence for at least two demyelinating lesions, affecting different sites within the brain or spinal cord, separated in time.
The McDonald diagnostic criteria consist of a combination of clinical, imaging, and paraclinical tests used in the diagnosis of MS.
5] Black or blue kidney is difficult to diagnose without advanced paraclinical studies.
The provision of para-clinical findings include a maximum of 30 days paraclinical (step 1) and 20 medical days (step 2) to implement the entire county territory.
The patient was a male, 26 years of age, and a member of the National Army Force, who had symptoms and paraclinical findings compatible with acute hepatitis: malaise, fever, choluria, jaundice, and elevated levels of bilirubin and liver enzymes.
In June 2013, a workshop entitled: 'One Health Approach: Risk Management for Neurocysticercosis in South Africa' was organised jointly by the Veterinary Public Health Group of the South African Veterinary Association, Section Veterinary Public Health of the Department of Paraclinical Science, Faculty of Veterinary Sciences, University of Pretoria, the Department of Neurology of the University of Pretoria and the National Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries.
More recently, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings and other paraclinical testing, such as spinal fluid analysis, have been used to establish dissemination in space and time when two clinical events have not occurred but MS is believed to be the most likely diagnosis.
The cHnical implications of increased suPAR concentrations (apart from worsened prognosis), however, remain unknown; at a minimum this finding may warrant a thorough follow-up, with additional clinical and paraclinical workups in pursuit of significant pathology together with modifications of risk factors such as smoking, physical inactivity, and obesity.
This nano sensor is able to be used in paraclinical laboratories and pharmaceutical companies, and also in the measurement of important medical and cosmetic materials in order to diagnose illnesses.
Then they walk through the stages of a clinical diagnosis: history and examination, initial investigations, putting clinical and paraclinical clues together, further investigations, and a classificatory approach for psychosis of unknown aetiology.