Test, exercise

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  • Test, exercise cardiac stress

    An abnormal EKG at rest, which may be due to abnormal serum electrolytes, abnormal cardiac electrical conduction, or certain medications, such as digitalis; Heart conditions not related to CAD, such as mitral valve prolapse (drooping) or hypertrophy (increased size) of the heart; or An inadequate increase in the heart rate and/or blood pressure during exercise. […]

  • Test, exercise treadmill

    See exercise cardiac treadmill.

  • Test, eye chart

    This test measures how well you see at various distances. The most common test is done using Snellen’s chart which is imprinted with block letters that line-by-line decrease in size, corresponding to the distance at which that line of letters is normally visible. The letters on Snellen’s chart are, not surprisingly, called Snellen’s test type. […]

  • Test, eyedrop

    There are many types of eyedrops. One of the most common uses for eyedrops is pupil dilation. Dilating the pupil enables your eye care professional to see more of your retina, the light-sensitive layer of tissue at the back of your eye. Dilating (widening) the pupil permits the retina to be examined for signs of […]

  • Test, fecal occult blood

    A test to check for microscopic blood in the feces, the stool.

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