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Laboratory Techniques and Procedures

Introduction: Laboratory Techniques and Procedures

Description of Laboratory Techniques and Procedures

Laboratory Techniques and Procedures: Methods, procedures, and tests performed in the laboratory with an intended application to the diagnosis of disease or understanding of physiological functioning. The techniques include examination of microbiological, cytological, chemical, and biochemical specimens, normal and pathological.
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