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  1. ... are several types of colorectal cancer screening tests; each has different benefits and risks. Talk to your ... smear method (gFOBT). Below are typical instructions for each test. Your instructions may vary slightly depending on ...
  2. ... have 46 chromosomes, divided into 23 pairs, in each cell. One of each pair of chromosomes comes from your mother, and ... disorder. There are many types of genetic disorders, each with different symptoms. You and your health care ...
  3. ... types of alcohol use screening tests. But they each include questions about your drinking habits and how ... Test (AUDIT). It contains three multiple choice questions. Each answer is valued from 0 to 4 points. ...
  4. ... affected. There are two main kinds of ANCA. Each targets a specific protein inside white blood cells: ... cause inflammation and swelling of blood vessels, but each type affects different blood vessels and parts of ...
  5. ... have 46 chromosomes, divided into 23 pairs, in each cell. One of each pair of chromosomes comes from your mother, and ...
  6. ... different types of developmental and behavioral screening tests. Each asks questions about a child's development. You may ... geared to age groups from infancy to preschool. Each contains 60 yes or no questions. Modified Checklist ...
  7. ... have 46 chromosomes, divided into 23 pairs, in each cell. One of each pair of chromosomes comes from your mother, and ...
  8. ... types of drug use screening tests. But they each include questions about your drug use and how ... alcohol. There is one multiple choice question for each substance. The answers range from "never" to "daily." ...
  9. ... as follows: Head and neck: 9% of TBSA Each arm: 9% TBSA Each leg: 18% TBSA Anterior trunk (front of the ...
  10. ... much blood passes through filters in the kidneys each minute. It helps diagnose kidney disease in its ... estimates how much blood passes through these filters each minute. A GFR can be measured directly, but ...
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