adjunct test

Adjunct Test

A test that provides information that adds to or helps interpret the results of other tests, and provides information useful for risk assessment.

adjunct test

NIHspeak A test that provides information that adds to or helps interpret the results of other tests, and provides information useful for risk assessment
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Whether or not an adjunct test is used, a comprehensive oral cancer examination should include an overall assessment of all oral tissues, examination of the lateral and dorsal of the tongue and the floor or the mouth, and palpation of nodes and glands of the head and neck region.
It is questionable, since reimbursement as an adjunct test to mammography is limited to high-risk patients.
The relationship has evolved to the point where MOM's often serves as an adjunct test lab for Honest Tea, to gather data and gauge consumer reaction to various executions--new formulations, promotions, new packaging--well before they make it into the mainstream.
The guideline states that the prolactin blood test is useful as an adjunct test, especially when video electroencephalography or EEG monitoring is not available.
The most widely used adjunct test to assist in the diagnosis of celiac disease appears to have a much poorer sensitivity and specificity in clinical practice than has been previously reported, according to findings from a retrospective study.
From November 1, Welsh farms will be given the opportunity to take part in a pilot project to assess the effect of using the Gamma Interferon (GIFN) blood test as an adjunct test in certain herds under restrictions.
The following case report demonstrates the clinical use of cervicography as an adjunct test to identify premalignant or malignant cervical disease.
DNA testing is gaining wider acceptance by the global medical community as both an adjunct test to the conventional PAP smear, and as a primary screening tool for the identification of women at risk for developing cervical cancer.
The relationship has evolved to the point where MOM's often serves as an adjunct test lab for Honest Tea, to gather data and gauge consumer reaction to various executions—new formulations, promotions, new packaging—well before they make it into the mainstream.
Thus, an adjunct test to cytologic screening may be needed.
Sepsis markers like CRP and neutrophil indices are useful adjunct tests in identifying infants with a low probability of infection.
Also, which adjunct tests would be helpful in identifying neonates with HSV?