Diagnostic window

Diagnostic window

A cardiac marker's timeline for rising, peaking, and returning to normal after a heart attack.
Mentioned in: Myoglobin Test
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Martin-IST, the project aimed Development of a computational method for the measurement of human bone marrow as innovative diagnostic window in oncology.
Steiner said that he would like to see changes to the diagnostic criteria for postpartum depression, and that the DSM-5 should extend the diagnostic window for its onset to 6 months post partum.
Characterisation of the diagnostic window of serum glial fibrillary acidic protein for the differentiation of intracerebral haemorrhage and ischaemic stroke.
Chronix's proprietary serum DNA blood tests are based on a growing body of publications showing that circulating DNA fragments can be identified and analyzed to provide a diagnostic window into changes associated with specific diseases.
A growing body of publications from Chronix and other researchers shows that this circulating DNA can be identified and analyzed to provide a diagnostic window into ongoing changes in the genome associated with specific diseases--changes that can be used to track the presence or absence of active disease.
By monitoring these signals via a noninvasive finger probe, clinicians can open a diagnostic window on a variety of complex conditions without risk or discomfort to the patient.

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