Results of the College of American Pathologists mycobacterial surveys, 1973.

  • H M Sommers
  • Published 1976 in American journal of clinical pathology

Abstract

Results of the College of American Pathologists Surveys showed a significant improvement of participant performances between 1972 and 1973. Participants in the Special Mycobacterial Survey did much better in speciating mycobacteria than did those in the Comprehensive Microbiology Survey. It is likely that many of the participants in the Comprehensive Microbiology Survey were unaware of their option to select the extent to which they offer service and were evaluated.

Cite this paper

@article{Sommers1976ResultsOT, title={Results of the College of American Pathologists mycobacterial surveys, 1973.}, author={H M Sommers}, journal={American journal of clinical pathology}, year={1976}, volume={66 1}, pages={255-61} }