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What’s in a name?

Het feit dat RI als normaal-abnormaal meter worden gebruikt, is gedeeltelijk toe te schrijven aan misbegrepen terminologie. De termen normaalwaarden en normaalwaardenbereik hebben niets met pathologie of gezondheid te maken maar verwijzen naar de statistische verdeling die vaak van toepassing is op bio-analytische parameters: de normaal- of Gausscurve. Omwille van deze begripsverwarring en omdat niet alle parameters normaal (of juister lognormaal) verdeeld zijn, spreken we liever van referentie-intervallen.


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