Publications by Medical Specialty - Pediatrics
These publications were authored or co-authored by Quest Diagnostics staff.
- Clinical and Lab healthcare professionals
- Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism
- Family medicine practitioners
- General Health and Wellness
- Geriatrics/Age Management
- Health Information Technology
- Infectious Disease
- Internal Medicine
- Nurse practitioners
- Pathology, Anatomic
- Pathology, Laboratory Medicine
- Physician assistants
- Sports Medicine
- Toxicology/Pain Management
- Women's Health/OB/GYN
Mutational Analysis in Pediatric Thyroid Cancer and Correlations with Age, Ethnicity, and Clinical Presentation.
Authors: Nikita ME, Jiang W, Cheng SM, Hantash FM, McPhaul MJ, Newbury RO, Phillips SA, Reitz RE, Waldman FM, Newfield RS.
Annular lichenoid dermatitis of youth: a separate entity or on the spectrum of mycosis fungoides? Case report and review of the literature.
Quest Diagnostics Authors: Junkins-Hopkins, J
Authors: Kazlouskaya V, Trager JD
J Cutan Pathol 2015
'Criteria' aPL tests: report of a task force and preconference workshop at the 13th International Congress on Antiphospholipid Antibodies, Galveston, Texas, April 2010.
Authors: Pierangeli SS, de Groot PG, Dlott J, Favaloro E, Harris EN, Lakos G, Ortel T, Meroni PL, Otomo K, Pengo V, Tincani A, Wong R, Roubey R.
Primary and probable secondary dengue virus (DV) infection rates in relation to age among DV IgM-positive patients residing in the United States mainland versus the Caribbean islands.
Authors: Prince HE, Yeh C, Lape-Nixon M.
Clin Vaccine Immunol. 2012;19:105-108.
Trainable immunohistochemical HER2/neu image analysis: a multisite performance study using 260 breast tissue specimens.
Quest Diagnostics Authors: Agersborg, S
Authors: Nassar A, Cohen C, Zhou W, Lynch KA, Albitar M, Barker EA, Vanderbilt BL, Thompson J, Heyman ER, Lange H, Olson A, Siddiqui MT.
Arch Pathol Lab Med. 2011;135:896-902.
Secondary mutation (c.94_95delAG) in A -alpha(3.7) allele associated with Hb H disease in two unrelated African American individuals homozygous for the -alpha(3.7) deletion (-alpha(3.7)/-alpha(3.7T)).
Authors: Zhao P, Buller-Burckle AM, Peng M, Anderson A, Han ZJ, Gallivan MV.