biochemical profile


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test pro·file

a combination of laboratory tests usually performed by automated methods and designed to evaluate organ systems of patients on admission to a hospital or clinic.
Synonym(s): biochemical profile
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bi·o·chem·i·cal pro·file

(bī'ō-kem'i-kăl prō'fīl)
A combination of biochemical tests usually performed with automated instrumentation.
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