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Elizabeth, MSCIT, BSMT (ASCP)


I can answer questions about the purpose of specific laboratory tests, and can suggest specific questions the patient may want to ask their physician regarding the interpretation of their laboratory testing results. I cannot diagnose diseases or be held responsible for any information or suggestions offered. The final authority and informational resource regarding the patient's medical treatment should be their own physician.

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Clinical Systems Analyst at LALGC. 2 years of experience as an Allied Health Instructor teaching clinical lab skills at a Technical college for Associate Degree Clinical Medical Assisting students.


ASCP, licensed as a Medical Technologist in the state of AR and in the state of HI.


BS in Medical Technology (ASCP), Licensed as a Medical Technologist in the state of HI, MS in Computer Information Technology, BA in Art

Awards and Honors

AR Children's Hospital Scholarship for Medical Technology Students

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Kaushal01/23/17101010Thank you very much Elizabeth for your .....
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2017-01-13 question about point of care diagnostic tests:

Thank you.      This is a very involved question, and while I would be happy to answer these questions on a paid consulting basis, since expert advice on this site is strictly voluntary, in summary, the

2016-11-08 check cervix:

Was this photo taken by a gynecologist?  If so what was the gynecologist's report?  If not, how was this photo of your cervix obtained?  What  if any symptoms are causing concerns of cervical pathology?

2016-10-30 cervical lesions:

Can you feel for cervical lesions with your finger?    Only a board certified OB/gyn is qualified to answer this question.    That said, if you can feel something you believe is a cervical lesion, you

2016-10-15 cervical lesions:

To accurately diagnose and treat cervical lesions requires a clinical evaluation and treatment by a licensed Gynecologist in a professional healthcare setting which would include a pelvic examination.

2016-09-15 protein in urine:

Eliz,      As far as proteinuria, whether it's a concern or not  depends on a number of factors, e.g., the physician's clinical assessment taking into consideration the patient's age, clinical and family


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