paraclinical

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paraclinical

 [par″ah-klin´ĭ-kal]
pertaining to abnormalities (e.g., morphological or biochemical) underlying clinical manifestations (e.g., chest pain or fever).
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Laboratory and blood bank: includes paraclinical tests conducted during the hospital stay, as well as tests and procedures related to transfusional medicine (for example processing and administration of red blood cells).
deviation 3.09 N = 5 Minimum 5.50 Maximum 12.80 Table 3: Distribution of mean white blood cell count and levels of biomarkers in different diagnoses based on clinical diagnosis and paraclinical tests in the nonsurgical group (in patients in which their numbers were [greater than or equal to] 5).
They usually sought help from the paraclinical tests and through consultation with specialists in other medical disciplines when they could not take appropriate decisions about patients using their own knowledge and experience.
The liver cirrhosis diagnostic of the patients included in the study was determined by clinical exam together with paraclinical tests (laboratory and imagistic), or by histological exam.
Although brain biopsy is the gold standard investigation to diagnose several conditions, clinical examination and paraclinical tests including serology might score the diagnosis and avoid performing this invasive procedure.
The second group of patients were all beneficiaries of the National Medical Assistance Regimen, which allowed free access to consultations and paraclinical tests in the Center.
After obtaining informed consent from the patients or their legal guardian, data gathering was done through a demographic questionnaire and paraclinical tests and anthropometric measurements.
The results of the paraclinical tests are described in Table 1.
The clinical and paraclinical tests excluded the diagnosis of bone metastasis.
Case assessment included paraclinical tests and their time point, level, and results; for MRI, evoked potentials (EP) including visual, brainstem auditory, and sensory EPs; and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF).