By definition "and/or" means that you did both (and) -or- that you did one or the other.
So, whether they were:
A) just ordered, or
B) they were ordered, performed and reviewed, or
C) results of previously ordered tests were reviewed
I count them as data points under the "review and/or order of clinical lab tests" (or radiological or medical tests, as per the note).
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