Definition of Diagnostic test
1. Noun. An assay conducted for diagnostic purposes.
Generic synonyms: Assay
Specialized synonyms: Biopsy, Cloze Procedure, Cloze Test, Faecal Occult Test, Fecal Occult Test, Stool Test, Gi Series, Glucose Tolerance Test, Pap Test, Papanicolaou Test, Smear Test, Pku Test, Queckenstedt's Test, Radioactive Iodine Test, Rubin Test, Skin Test, Tissue Typing, Vital Capacity
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Literary usage of Diagnostic test
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1. The Genomic Revolution by National Academies Press (COR), National Academies (U.S.), Conference, Keck Futures Initiative (2006)
"Develop an Inexpensive (and Cost-Effective) diagnostic test That Could Be Deployed in Countries with Little Scientific Research Infrastructure WORKING GROUP ..."
2. Crossing Boundaries: Statistical Essays in Honor of Jack Hall by William Jackson Hall, John Edward Kolassa, David Oakes (2003)
"... (ROC) curve is a useful way to display the performance of a medical diagnostic test for detecting whether or not a patient is diseased or healthy. ..."
3. Pathogenic Microörganisms: A Practical Manual for Students, Physicians, and by William Hallock Park, Anna Wessels Williams, Charles Krumwiede (1917)
"Duplicate diagnostic test to detect error in technic. ... diagnostic test with known nega- f diagnostic test with known positive human [ tive human serum. ..."
4. Assessment of the Scientific Information for the Radiation Exposure by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"Gold Standards When we consider the performance of a diagnostic test in ... Moreover, a diagnostic test being measured against the new gold standard is more ..."
5. Surgical Diagnosis by Daniel Nathan Eisendrath (1909)
"THE WASSERMAN diagnostic test FOR SYPHILIS. The essential principle of this test is the power of the serum of one animal to dissolve the red corpuscles of ..."