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Synonyms for examination

Synonyms for examination

the act of examining carefully

a close or systematic study

a medical inquiry into a patient's state of health


a set of questions or exercises designed to determine knowledge or skill

Synonyms for examination

a detailed inspection of your conscience (as done daily by Jesuits)

the act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned

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About 60% of breast cancer can be detected with simple breast examination.
In addition to learning anatomy and breast examination technique, women through Discovering Hands also learn communication and Braille technology skills so they can do their documentation on their own and "don't need another helping person with them when they are doing their job," Hoffmann said.
Maybe in a country like ours that cannot afford effective screening, we can lead the way with a reasonably balanced approach, awareness and teaching around breast examination (particularly as 60% of cancers here are diagnosed at sizes over 3 cm), more use of ultrasound-guided core biopsy diagnosis, and selective use of digital mammography and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
The centre, which is located in Mohammad Bin Zayed City in Abu Dhabi, will offer holistic patient care services including consultation and referral, vaccination, screening, chronic disease management, laboratory, radiology, pharmacy, clinical breast examination, aACAyweqaya' screening, patient and family health education, general and family medicine, as well as travel and mother and child care, and general dentistry.
The triple assessment is evaluation of palpable breast masses by clinical breast examination (CBE), imaging and tissue sampling.
The best time to perform a breast examination is a few days to a week after your period, when breasts are usually less tender or swollen.
Specific actions can include training community health workers to identify risk factors, such as family history, and conducting clinical breast examination alongside family planning, antenatal care and safe motherhood activities.
Director General of the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) and Honorary Chairperson of the National Breast Cancer Committee, HH Princess Dina, signed an agreement with the Czech embassy in Amman represented by Ambassador Dr Ivana Holoubkova, to develop a clinical breast examination (CBE) national training curriculum
For adolescents with prior radiation in the neck, chest, or armpit region, monthly BSE and a yearly clinical breast examination should start at puberty.
He was initially suspended from the medical register after a panel heard lurid allegations, including that he had performed an "indecent" breast examination on a female without her permission.
Additionally, the data suggested that clinical breast examination (CBE) and breast self-examination should continue to play a role in detecting breast cancer.
Yes But adding clinical breast examination (CBE) to mammography also increases the rate of false-positive findings, according to a cohort study of 290,230 women in Canada.
These include a free breast examination and a mammogram for BD25.
Eighty-five women had to undergo a second breast examination and 14 were told they have breast cancer.
Eighty-five women had to undergo a second breast examination, and 14 were told they had invasive breast cancer.