In vivo testing methods

In vivo diagnostic tests refer to the more invasive diagnostics tools and equipment typically used for imaging or monitoring of targets  within the body as opposed to in vitro tests which are performed outside the body on samples taken from the subjects. In vivo tests vary from simple skin tests for determining antigens that cause allergic diseases to highly technical Positron Emission Tomography (PET) imaging.

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