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How do I use the new Smart Search feature to run a 2-Dx or 3-Dx panel?

To perform a 2-Dx query of Colon adenocarcinoma and Mesothelia, All. Follow the steps for a single Dx search. [For instructions on running a single Dx query, please review the “Running a Single Dx Query” tutorial.] Enter your first search term (i.e., “colon”) and select “Colon adenocarcinoma” as Dx1. Notice that the word, “colon” is still highlighted in the search box. To enter the second diagnosis, simply start typing the partial diagnosis name “meso” into the search box. The word “colon” will be replaced by the typed word.

Click the plusnext to “Mesothelia, All” or the name itself until it appears under the selected dxsheading. Notice that once this diagnosis name has been selected a checkappears next to the name in the place of the plus sign. In addition, the name “Mesothelia,All” appears under the selected dxs heading. The info will display associated discrete diagnosis names of each selection and guidance on adjusting the sensitivity and minimum references of your search. You may remove “Mesothelia, All” from the selected dxslist by clicking the minusnext to the name.

Click the red buildpanelbutton to run this double diagnosis query or continue reading for instructions on running a triple Dx query.

To perform a 3-Dx query of Colon adenocarcinoma, Mesothelia, All, and Lung nonsmall cell carcinoma. Follow the steps for a double Dx search. Two diagnoses, “Colon adenocarcinoma” and “Mesothelia, All” appear under the heading. Notice that the word “meso” is still highlighted in the search box. To enter the third diagnosis, simply start typing the partial diagnosis name “nonsmall” into the search box. The word “meso” will be replaced by the typed word. [For ideas on effective keyword searches, please review our “Keyword Search” tutorial]</p>

Click the plusnext to “Lung nonsmall cell carcinoma, NOS” or the name itself until it appears under selected dxs the heading. Notice that once this diagnosis name has been selected a checkappears next to the name. The info will display associated discrete diagnosis names of each selection and guidance on adjusting the sensitivity andminimum references of your search.

Click the buildpanelbutton to run this triple dx query

How do I use the new Smart Search feature to run a single Dx panel?

To perform a single Dx Search of Colon Adenocarcinoma. First, enter your first search term (i.e., “colon”). In the filtered list that is generated, find the desired diagnosis (shown in light blue, below). [For ideas on effective keyword searches, please review our “Keyword Search” tutorial.]

To view the full alphanumeric list of diagnosis names in ImmunoQuery: if you prefer to search through the entire list of diagnosis names, click the View All link to the right of the search box. You will not need to enter any search terms into the text box.

Click the plus next to “Colon adenocarcinoma” or the name itself until it appears under the selected dxs heading. To indicate that this diagnosis name has been selected, a check is shown next to the name.

In addition, the name “Colon adenocarcinoma” appears under the selected dxs heading. The info will display associated discrete diagnosis names of each selection and guidance on adjusting the sensitivity and minimum references of your search. You may remove “Colon adenocarcinoma” from the selected dx list by clicking the minusnext to the name.

Click the buildpanel button to run this single diagnosis query.

[For information on running 2- and 3-dx queries, please review our “Running a 2- or 3-dx Query” tutorial]

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