[Histonet] Indirect Immunofluorescence in Dermatopathology

From:Helen E Johnson

  Are Indirect Immunofluorescence studies on serum samples for diagnosis of
autoimmune blistering diseases considered standard tests in a
Dermatopathology Lab or would it be considered a highly specialized
diagnostic service (like dermatopathology, mycology, molecular diagnostic,
etc.) under Dermatology?
  When reporting results, do you need a disclaimer that it is for reseach
use only and not approved by FDA?
Johnson (hej01@health.state.ny.us)

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