Conclusion

A clinical false-positive result is an analytical true positive result produced by a patient who has been exposed to the drug and who has a valid reason other than illicit drug use for having the drug in the urine. As this is an analytical true positive, successful identification of this positive result as a clinical false positive will have to rely on additional testing (e.g., enantiomeric analysis of amphetamines) by the laboratory and a thorough medical review by a qualified physician.

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