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What is the purpose of performing a routine test? a. To assist in the early detection of disease b. To detect the presence of an acute infection c. To determine the medication dosage to
administer to a patient d. To assist in the clinical diagnosis of a patient’s condition
a. To assist in the early detection of disease.
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