Is an MRI a reliable test for a stroke?

Answer On One Hand: It Is ReliableAn MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging test, is a reliable way to test for a stroke. The MRI is performed in a magnetic field that stimulates brain activity. The activity ... Read More »

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Are HIV test kits reliable?

On One Hand: Some Home Tests are ReliableThe Food and Drug Aministration (FDA) has approved one HIV collection test system, which allows people to take blood samples at home and send them to a labo... Read More »

Are iq test both reliable&valid?

On One Hand: IQ Tests Aid in Job or Classroom PlacementQuestia, an online research group, writes that although the IQ test should not be used as a sole assessor of children, it can be a useful tool... Read More »

How reliable are soil test kit testers?

On One Hand: They're ConvenientDo-it-yourself soil test kits are priced from $5 for a simple pH test strip set to over $50 for a kit to test for lead. The kits are convenient and don't require comp... Read More »

Is a Negative Herpes IgM Test Result Reliable?

Herpes simplex is a virus that causes oral herpes and genital herpes infections. Patients may undergo blood tests to find IgM antibodies in a patient’s bloodstream that the body uses to fight a h... Read More »