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Third-person singular simple present indicative form of diagnose
plural form of diagnosis
plural of diagnosis
differential diagnoses
plural form of differential diagnosis
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A written description of a species or other taxon serving to distinguish that species from all others. Especially, a description written in Latin and published

The repeated exposure, over decades, to most taxa here treated has resulted in repeated modifications of both diagnoses and discussions, as initial ideas of the various taxa underwent—often repeated—conceptual modification.

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to distinguish, as a disease, by its characteristic phenomena
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determination of the distinctive nature of a disease
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Determining the cause of a problem or type of information needed and the actions that must be taken to resolve it
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{f} diagnosticate
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from two Greek root words, dia (across) and gnosis (to know), to know or understand what is happening across a body or object
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To detect, find out the nature of and identification of a disease
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determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis
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determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis subject to a medical analysis
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to identify a disease
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To ascertain by diagnosis; to diagnosticate
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and investigate health problems and health hazards in the community
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{f} examine and identify a disease from its symptoms, draw conclusions from a diagnostic exam
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To determine the root cause of (a disease)
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subject to a medical analysis
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To determine, by analysis, the cause of a problem or the nature of something
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If someone or something is diagnosed as having a particular illness or problem, their illness or problem is identified. If an illness or problem is diagnosed, it is identified. The soldiers were diagnosed as having flu Susan had a mental breakdown and was diagnosed with schizophrenia In 1894 her illness was diagnosed as cancer He could diagnose an engine problem simply by listening. to find out what illness someone has, or what the cause of a fault is, after doing tests, examinations etc diagnose sb as (having) sth (diagnosis)
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The process of identifying dental disease
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the determination of the existence of a disease or condition Diagnosis generally involves the evaluation of a patient's medical history, clinical symptoms and laboratory test results
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The determination by a physician of the cause of a person's problems, usually by identifying both the disease process and the agent responsible
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the process of determining a teacher's strengths and weaknesses, based on the results of the assessments use in the evaluation Diagnosis is an essential preliminary to preparing a professional development plan for a teacher or a plan of assistance in cases where remediation is needed See Plan of Assistance, Remediation
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The act of identifying the presence of a disease Source : PhRMA Genomics
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Identification of disease or condition by a medical practitioner by means of a persons symptoms
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Diagnosis is the discovery and naming of what is wrong with someone who is ill or with something that is not working properly. I need to have a second test to confirm the diagnosis. diagnoses the process of discovering exactly what is wrong with someone or something, by examining them closely prognosis diagnosis of. Identification of a disease or disorder. Diagnosis requires a medical history (including family history), a physical examination, and usually tests and diagnostic procedures (e.g., blood analysis, diagnostic imaging). A list of possible causes the differential diagnosis is developed and then narrowed down by further tests that eliminate or support specific possibilities
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Identification of a disease or disorder based on review of signs, symptoms, and laboratory findings
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The process of determining health status and the factors responsible for producing it; it may be applied to an individual, family, group or community The diagnosis should take into account etiology, pathology, and severity of the clinical state
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The determination of the nature of a disease In anatomic pathology, the diagnosis is made from microscopic examination of tissues In clinical pathology, the diagnosis is made from chemical or cellular analysis of samples of body fluids In cytopathology, diagnosis is made by microscopic examination of cells
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{i} process of identifying a disease from its symptoms, conclusion following a diagnostic exam
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Identification of a disease in a person's body
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The identification of a disease from its signs and symptoms
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Critical perception or scrutiny; judgment based on such scrutiny; esp
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The identification of a disease or condition through analysis and examination by a physician
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The determination of the presence of a specific disease or infection, usually accomplished by evaluating clinical symptoms and laboratory tests
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the name of a disease or condition
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The process of identifying a disease
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The identification of a disease or condition by investigation
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Distinguishing one disease from another; the opinion arrived at as to the nature of the disease
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identification of a disease
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The identification of a disease from its signs and symptoms Also see "prognosis "
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the art or act of identifying a disease or condition from its’ signs and symptoms; the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders- Fourth Edition (DSM-IV), is the most widely used taxonomy for diagnosing behavioral health conditions
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A term, represented by ICD-9 code, used to identify a disease or problem from which an individual patient suffers
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perception of, or judgment concerning, motives and character
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The identification of the nature and cause of something (of any nature)
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The art or act of recognizing the presence of disease from its signs or symptoms, and deciding as to its character; also, the decision arrived at
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The activity of discovering the cause(s) of quality deficiencies; the process of investigating symptoms, collecting and analyzing data, and conducting experiments to test theories to determine the root cause(s) of deficiencies
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The identification of the nature and cause of an illness
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The process of identifying a disease (H)
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the process of identifying a disease by its characteristic signs, symptoms, and lab findings
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Process of identifying a disease by the signs and symptoms
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identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon
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Scientific determination of any kind; the concise description of characterization of a species
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    dayıgnōsiz

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    /ˌdīəgˈnōsēz/ /ˌdaɪəɡˈnoʊsiːz/

    Etimoloji

    [ 'dI-ig-"nOs, -"nOz, "dI-ig-', ] (verb.) circa 1859. back-formation from diagnosis.

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