artefactual

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artefactual

(ˌɑːrtɪˈfæktjʊəl)
adj
relating to an artefact
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Adj.1.artefactual - of or relating to artifactsartefactual - of or relating to artifacts    
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Crabbe G, Van Paucke M, Cantinseaux B, artefactually normal automated platelet counts due to Malaria infected RBC.
The current national guidelines state that a fasting sample is mandatory due to effect of food intake on the triglyceride which causes the equation to 'overestimate' VLDL and, therefore, artefactually 'underestimate' LDL.
It is also important to note that IOP may be artefactually elevated (eg from breath hold or tight neck ties) and so it may be worth repeating IOP measures at the same Lime to be sure to eliminate spurious findings.
Sodium (and lithium) heparin binding of calcium artefactually reduces the ionized calcium concentration, the magnitude of the reduction being directly proportional to the heparin concentration.
The patient was not prescribed [alpha]-methyldopa, desferoxamine, or calcium dobesilate because, at therapeutic concentrations, these medications may cause artefactually low uric acid concentrations, as documented in the manufacturer's product insert.