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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
The concept of multitest screening for hematological disorders is not necessarily a new one. Implementation of such ideas has recently become possible, for the automated electronic instruments performing sequential multiple analyses within very short periods of time are a very significant advancement in the technology of the hematology laboratory. It must be emphasized, however, that the value of such instrumentation lies not only in the rapidity, but also in the accuracy and precision as well as the number and nature of the tests performed. While the data on samples have been reported on individual patients three and a half years in our hematology laboratory, it is only within the past few months that examples of its utilization for the screening studies have begun to appear in the literature.
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