... in the above list has a substantial differential diagnosis
(it may be associated with unrelated diseases). ...
A biopsy leads to the definitive diagnosis
of most malignancies. It requires the removal of ... for examination by a pathologist . The tissue diagnosis
indicates the type of cell that is proliferating, ...
Computed axial tomography
... quite expensive, it is the gold standard in the diagnosis
of a large number of different disease entities.
of cerebrovascular accidents and ... proper diagnosis. The most common uses include diagnosis
of renal/urinary stones , appendicitis , ...
... 4 diabetes mellitus
3.1 Signs and symptoms
3.2 Diagnostic approach
3.3 Criteria for diagnosis
3.4 Diabetic ketoacidosis and coma
3.5 ... reasons for these connections are unknown.
Signs and symptoms
Type 2 diabetes almost ...
4 Health and disease
4.1 Ancient medicine
5 Mythology and religion
... It was also believed to be produced exclusively by the liver .
Blood pressure and blood tests are amongst the most commonly ...
7 Human viral diseases
7.1 Laboratory diagnosis
of pathogenic viruses
7.2 Prevention and treatment of viral diseases
... Zaire (index case nurse Mayinga N.), and Ebola-Reston.
of pathogenic viruses
Detection and subsequent isolation of viruses from ...
With these tools, the classical appearances of the tissues can be examined in health and disease, enabling considerable refinement of clinical diagnosis
There are four basic types of tissue in the human body. These compose all the organs, structures and other contents.
... in an increasing number of countries. The number of children born with Down Syndrome is decreasing due to a large number of abortions after an early diagnosis
of Down Syndrome during pregnancy. In a hearing before the German Parliament, doctors stated that 90% of all children prenatally diagnosed with ...
... for Reproductive Medicine (FAQ)
Note 3 : Rowe PJ, Comhaire FH, Hargreave TB, Mahmoud AMA. WHO Manual for the Standardized Investigation, diagnosis
and Management of the Infertile Male . Cambridge University Press , 2000. ISBN 0521774748 .
Note 4 : Domar AD, Zuttermeister PC, Friedman R. ...
... staining of microscope slides. The speed, accuracy and simplicity of such tests has led to the development of rapid techniques for the diagnosis
of disease, microbes and even illegal drugs in vivo (of course tests conducted in closed environment have a higher degree of accuracy). Such ...
... for gender identity disorder has Klinefelter's syndrome is often missed or the patient is not told, although in many jurisdictions this additional diagnosis
can have legal consequences , for example regarding name change . Also, the medical treatment may have to be adapted.
... and connective tissue formation, will further our understanding of Marfan syndrome in humans.
Although genetic testing is available, a diagnosis
is usually made solely on clinical findings. Most individuals with Marfan syndrome have another affected family member, but about 30% of cases are ...
Polymerase chain reaction
... biological research labs for a variety of tasks, such as the detection of hereditary diseases , the identification of genetic fingerprints , the diagnosis
of infectious diseases , the cloning of genes , and paternity testing .
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor
... "psychiatrys claim that mental illnesses are brain ... is not true. There are no objective diagnostic tests to confirm or disconfirm the diagnosis
of ... There is no blood or other biological test to ascertain the presence or absence of a mental illness, as there is for most bodily ...