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Lab medicine A group or battery of tests. See Anemia panel, Bone/joint panel, Cardiac injury panel, Cardiac risk evaluation panel, Collagen disease and arthritis panel, Coma panel, Custom panel, Diabetes panel, Electrolyte panel, Electrolyte/fluid balance panel, General health panel, Hepatic function panel, Hepatitis panel, Hypertension panel, Kidney panel, Lipid panel, Liver panel, Metabolic disease panel, Metastatic disease panel, Neonatal panel, Neoplasm panel, Organ panel, Pancreatic panel, Parathyroid panel, Profile, Pulmonary panel, Sensititre HP panel, Test panel, Radiation hybrid panel, Testicular cancer panel, Thyroid panel, TORCH panel Managed care A group of physicians. See Closed panel, Open panel Research See Advisory panel.

panel

1. A number of patients or normal subjects who participate in medical investigations, esp. studies in which new drugs, devices, or procedures are tested.
2. A group of patients who obtain their primary medical care from a single health care provider.
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To our disappointment the panel eluded our every effort to negotiate its secret lock.
Again and again we turned from one door to another, from the baffling golden panel at one end of the chamber to its mate at the other--equally baffling.
So saying she swung the secret panel that separated us from the apartment in which I had found her, and we stepped through once more into the presence of the other prisoners.
le Vicomte for accepting death, I returned, after giving him a word of encouragement, to my panel, but I had made the mistake of taking a few steps while speaking and, in the tangle of the illusive forest, I was no longer able to find my panel for certain!
Without hesitating to question those within, the ape-man threw his giant shoulder against the frail panel, and in a shower of splintered wood he entered the cabin, dragging Rokoff after him.
Here they dragged the corpse of E-Med, leaving it upon the platform, and as they left the dark and forbidden closet Lan-O would have slammed to the panel had not Tara prevented.
"It may serve us well to know how to open this place again," replied Tara of Helium, and then suddenly she pressed a foot against a section of the carved base at the right of the open panel. "Ah!" she breathed, a note of satisfaction in her tone, and closed the panel until it fitted snugly in its place.
We lifted the plucky fellow into Raffles's place in the pantry, locked the door on him, and put the key through the panel. Now was the moment for thinking of ourselves, and again that infernal mask which Raffles swore by came near the undoing of us both.
materials is expected to drive the demand for automotive rocker panels during the forecast period.
These panels are abundantly commonplace, especially in gaming, since they boast low manufacturing costs leading to a low cost overall.
Small- and medium-sized OLED panels, whose production has been led by Samsung Display, are expected to have more than a 50 percent share of the smartphone market next year, overtaking TFT-LCD panels.
Manufacturers are beginning to test and produce bifacial solar panels -- panels that generate power from sunlight hitting the front or back of the solar panel.