Improving accuracy and efficiency in diagnosis
High volumes of mis- or undiagnosed CD cases - combined with increased public awareness of the disease - are creating significant new demand for CD testing. In order to effectively serve these populations, laboratories will need to increase the accuracy and efficiency with which they diagnose CD. There are two primary ways to approach this problem: improving the sensitivity, specificity and speed of their assays and diagnostic procedures; and through increasing the efficiency of laboratory processes to handle the expected increase in sample volume.
Diagnosing Celiac Disease