definitive test

The tests and procedures necessary to definitively establish to a high level of certainty the presence or absence of a particular disease in an individual

definitive test

NIHspeak A test that generates adequate data to determine the particular hazard of a substance without additional testing; a test upon which decisions regarding safety can be made

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Q. What is the Definition of Anemia? My doctor told me I have anemia, based on my latest blood tests. What is anemia?

A. In laymans terms it is low iron. Most women get it sometime in their lives due to menstration and other factors. You need to increase your iron intake. Lots of beets, beans, spinich, and lots of other foods can help.

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In order to provide a definitive test of the 1900 zone a 41/2 inch (114mm) casing string is being run into the well with the NGD 405 rig which will then be demobilised from the site.
Experts on both sides of the litigation agreed that the most definitive test to rule out an embolism is a CT angiogram.
(1) To be sure, the study I cited was not a definitive test of the blood-type theory and, as Dr.
"Those who peddle it promote it as good for everything," but in this definitive test, vitamin D "showed a big nothing," said Dr.
A definitive test was needed to rule the component in or out of specification.
There is no definitive test to assess your willpower, but you can gauge personality traits.
Moreover, there is no definitive test to detect Parkinson's disease or Parkinsonism.
There is no definitive test to detect Parkinson's disease or Parkinsonism -- a movement disorder in which a vital chemical in the brain called dopamine is gradually reduced.
He said there is no definitive test to detect Parkinson's disease or Parkinsonism.
The member warned that the lack of definitive test to identify whether a product is organic or not is the core of the potential fraud, that should be addressed as the UAE places food safety and security at the top of its policy priorities and is proceeding to deliver the highest possible rates for national food security and its sustainability.
Multiple Sclerosis is one of the most elusive diseases to diagnose: symptoms can vary widely between patients, they can appear and disappear over long periods of time, and there is no one single definitive test to identify it.
However, the diagnostic process can be time-consuming as there is no definitive test for iMCD.