Bronchoalveolar Lavage (BAL) for research: obtaining adequate sample
Russell has not established that the number of female candidates selected was disproportionate compared to the number of qualified female candidates; nor does she provide an adequate sample
When Moran obtained permission to unearth the jawbones, some were too badly decomposed to provide an adequate sample
. In those cases, the sheriffs department had to exhume the bodies to obtain better samples.
Despite a lack of formal mining value education, the court noted that the Woolford Appraiser appraised an adequate sample
population of sand and gravel mines or comparable mineral deposits.
(25,26) Recently published commentary by van Zante and Ljung (22) discuss the importance of correct technique and application of ROSE in FNAs for obtaining an adequate sample
that is superior to that of a core needle biopsy sample.
Measuring perception requires an adequate sample
whether in terms of size or design.
Sweat-based glucose sensing is attractive for managing exercise-induced hypoglycemia because the measurement is performed during or immediately after exercise when there is enough sweat to obtain an adequate sample
, said Choi.
Strengths of the study included adequate sample
size for assessing duration of wound healing and follow-up of at least 6 months for all the patients.
A valid study requires an adequate sample
size if statistically significant data is to be generated.
Obtaining an adequate sample
from liver biopsy for accurate interpretation and diagnosis of underlying disease depends on multiple factors.
Insufficient sample acquisition was not the most significant reason for the low testing rate seen; cytological sampling was almost as effective as histological methods at acquiring adequate sample
The keys to a good scalp biopsy in a patient with alopecia are to take an adequate sample
of scalp in both size and degree of involvement.