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Relating to the branches of medicine, especially the laboratory sciences, that provide a service for patients without direct involvement in care.
- ‘SSR and RRIV are simple paraclinical electrophysiologic tests that confirm clinical dysautonomia.’
- ‘Different indicators have been investigated, such as neuropsychological tests, subjective memory complaints, non-cognitive symptoms, and specific paraclinical examinations.’
- ‘The paraclinical (or laboratory) tests may include neuroimaging, with MRI or CF scanning, evoked potential studies, or CSF (cerebrospinal fluid), analysis.’
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The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.