M F Massod

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  • M F Massod
  • The American journal of medical technology
  • 1977
In this study, the nonparametric percentile estimate (PE), a statistical procedure requiring no previous assumption regarding the distribution of the underlying population, was used to determine adult normal limits for fasting plasma glucose, serum alkaline phosphatase, and urine amylase. Comparisons to the gaussian distribution were performed with(More)
The diagnostic accuracy of two methods for measuring serum glutamic-oxaloacetic transaminase activity was examined in 50 cases of acute myocardial infarction proven by autopsy and in 12 nonfatal cases documented by rigid clinical criteria. All activities measured with the revised spectrophotometric method were elevated during the second day after(More)
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