... ) is the study and diagnosis of disease through examination
of organs , tissues , cells and bodily ... disease through the methodical dissection and examination
of diseased bodies, organs, and tissues may seem ... clinically significant information through the examination
of tissues and cells. This generally involves ...
... medical history , systems enquiry, and physical examination
, combined with laboratory or imaging studies ...
Main articles: Medical history and Physical examination
A complete medical evaluation includes a medical history , a systems enquiry, a physical examination
, appropriate laboratory or imaging studies, ...
Cardiac stress test
Electrocardiography ... instruments
List of surgical instruments
Blind loop syndrome
Loss of appetite
Fullness after a meal
Unintentional weight loss
Signs and tests
A physical examination
may reveal a mass or distention of the abdomen.
Tests which may be useful for diagnosis include:
Abdominal CT scan
... margin is a medical term referring to the attempt in surgical oncology to resect a tumor with no portion of the malignant growth on microscopic examination
by a pathologist extending past a set delineation known as the 'tumor margin'. 
This is an important issue in areas that are functionally ...
Surgical pathology - Cytopathology - Autopsy - Molecular pathology - Forensic Pathology - Dental pathology
- Histopathology - Immunohistochemistry - Electron microscopy - Immunofluorescence - Fluorescent in situ hybridization
... and neurologists operate very different patient management strategies, which are skills honed by years of experience:
- Neurologist : Clinical examination
skills; Empiricism ; Objectivity ; Surgery
- Psychiatrist : Rich description of mental phenomena, Well developed interviewing skills; ...