adiagnostic

adiagnostic

[¦ā‚dī·əg′näs·tik]
(petrology)
Pertaining to a rock texture in which identification of individual components is not possible macroscopically or microscopically; applied especially to igneous rock.
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Adiagnostic reagent has been recalled because it may produce a weak signal that could translate into inaccurate results for tests used to screen more than 40 disorders.
She disdains this sort of accuracy, and writes an adiagnostic book.
ADIAGNOSTICS company has landed more than pounds 45,000 from the Technology Strategy Board to help speed up the detection and eradication of tuberculosis (TB) around the world.