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determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis

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Ann Marie Johnson is a patient advocate in Brooklyn who was diagnosed in 2002 and who has written about her experiences in Healthy Women Today (www.
Murphree has treated all the children diagnosed with retinoblastoma in the West Valley and has heard the moms' concerns.
7 cases diagnosed per year in the 10-year study period.
ADHD, assuming it has been properly diagnosed, is therefore another "useful" label.
It confirms that tuition for programs designed to enable dependents to deal with a diagnosed medical handicap--such as dyslexia--qualifies as a medical deduction, as long as other requirements are met.
In order to understand how bipolar disorder may be more accurately assessed and diagnosed in children, we first must understand the symptoms of the disorder in adults, and then review how the presentation of the disorder differs in school-age children.
The ruling confirms that tuition for institutions with programs designed to enable dependents to deal with a diagnosed medical handicap--like dyslexia--will qualify as a Sec.
A recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that 94 percent of women surveyed who were diagnosed with ovarian cancer had symptoms in the year prior to their diagnosis, and 67 percent had recurring symptoms.
The team studied the association of newly diagnosed asthma and the development of obesity using data collected at yearly assessments over a six-year period.
Most of the infected women had an early latent infection (59%), whereas 34% were diagnosed with secondary syphilis and 6% with primary syphilis.
We report a case of a double aortic arch in a 9-month-old girl that was diagnosed in this manner, and we briefly review the anatomic characteristics of vascular rings.
Even with exhaustive tests, a cause of syncope is not diagnosed in as many as 47% of the patients.
A person with Marfan syndrome is born with the disorder, even though it may not be diagnosed until later in life.
In the 7MM, GlobalData epidemiologists forecast that the diagnosed incident cases of Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) will increase from 103,308 cases in 2014 to 123,658 cases in 2024 at an Annual Growth Rate (AGR) of 1.
THE number of people diagnosed with cancer during an emergency A and E visit is falling.