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identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon

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Cell-aware diagnosis works for any scan ATPG pattern type, such as stuck-at, transition-delay, and cell-aware.
Patient particulars, brief history and clinical findings, provisional diagnosis and differential diagnosis (if any) were clearly mentioned in the biopsy requisition form.
It is an indispensable tool for diagnosis and prognosis, for determining the course of treatment, and for following up on the effectiveness of current treatments.
To provide an appropriate diagnosis and opportunities for early intervention, clinicians must be able to differentiate between the core features of an ASD and any coexisting conditions.
Of these, a diagnosis of new-onset diabetes preceded the cancer diagnosis by the greatest amount of time--more than 2 years, on average--or potentially enough time to catch the cancer early with targeted screening.
At this point, the diagnosis is uncertain but the patient is treated as if the working diagnosis is correct.
Overall, depression was the most common preceding diagnosis, in 48%, followed by anxiety (10%), adjustment to chronic stress disorder (8%), substance abuse syndromes (8%), ADHD (6%), conduct disorder (4%), and schizophrenia (3%).
In areas where histoplasmosis is not endemic, including Taiwan, serologic tests, antigen detection reagents, and specific DNA probes for diagnosis of histoplasmosis are not universally available.
No one had stopped to consider that a) as a dancer of 18 years, I have far more awareness of my body than most, hence am able to differentiate a normal dancer's ache and pain from an abnormal and worrisome injury; b) as a medical professional, I have enough scientific and clinical know-how to construct my own diagnosis and research the source of my symptoms; c) the generic musculoskeletal exam may not be sensitive enough to pick up injuries on a strong and limber dancer; and d) I had already rested, iced, and souped myself up with enough anti-inflammatories to give me an ulcer.
Their median survival was only six months after diagnosis, even after the introduction of HAART.
The Soil Dock can complete a diagnosis in 30 minutes per sample.
In other words, a medical diagnosis is usually "prescriptive"--a child with strep throat usually has a bacterial infection for which he or she will be prescribed an antibiotic; a child with a broken arm will have the bone set, placed in a cast, and then follow a specific physical rehabilitation plan.
NIMH (2000) emphasizes the importance of increased understanding and knowledge of the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in youth.
Although the diagnosis of MS was not made until August 1999--more than four months after her effective date of coverage--the insurer concluded that McLeod had "received medical care for manifestations, symptoms, findings or aggravations relating to or resulting from multiple sclerosis during the 90-day period prior to her insured effective date of April 1, 1999.
At the trial, Szasz explained the difference between a medical diagnosis and a psychiatric diagnosis: "Medical diagnoses deal with objective and demonstrable lesions of the body, broken bones, diseased livers, kidneys, and so on.