diagnoses, 3rd person singular present; diagnosing, present participle; diagnosed, past tense; diagnosed, past participle;
Identify the nature of (an illness or other problem) by examination of the symptoms
doctors diagnosed a rare and fatal liver disease
Identify the nature of the medical condition of (someone)
she was finally diagnosed as having epilepsy
20,000 men are diagnosed with skin cancer every year
determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis
subject to a medical analysis
(diagnosis) identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon
Diagnosis (from ancient Greek διάγνωσις = discernment) is the identification of the nature and cause of anything. Diagnosis is used in many different disciplines with variations in the use of logics, analytics, and experience to determine the cause and effect relationships. ...
(Diagnosis (artificial intelligence)) As a subfield in artificial intelligence, Diagnosis is concerned with the development of algorithms and techniques that are able to determine whether the behaviour of a system is correct. ...
(Diagnosis (medical)) Medical diagnosis refers both to the process of attempting to determine the identity of a possible disease or disorder and to the opinion reached by this process.
To determine the root cause of (a disease)
(diagnosis) The identification of the nature and cause of an illness; The identification of the nature and cause of something (of any nature); A written description of a species or other taxon serving to distinguish that species from all others. ...
(Diagnosing) A nursing diagnosis is a clinical judgment about an individual, family or community response to actual and potential health problems/life processes. Data collected is analyzed to assist in formulation of the nursing diagnosis. ...
(diagnosis) term used to describe the critical analysis of a child's development in all the developmental domains, after reviewing all the assessment results, and the conclusions reached by such analysis. ...
(Diagnosis) The process by which a doctor determines what disease a patient has by studying the patient’s symptoms and medical history, and analyzing any tests performed (blood tests, urine tests, brain scans, etc.)
(Diagnosis) A decision made by a health worker about what a person’s illness is. Also see Comparative diagnosis.
(Diagnosis) The name for the health problem that you have.
Diagnosis is the process of identifying an illness by physical exam and from the results of other tests and medical procedures. Screening tests are considered part of the diagnostic process.
(Diagnosis) Investigation or analysis of the cause or nature of a condition, situation, or problem.
(diagnosis) The determination of the nature of a case of disease.
(Diagnosis) Identifying an illness by looking at the pattern of symptoms that a person describes or is experiencing.
(Diagnosis) When a doctor figures out what is wrong with a patient, using information the patient gives, a physical exam, and test results.
(diagnosis) A statement of that which in the opinion of its author distinguishes the taxon from other taxa (Art. 32.2).
(Diagnosis) The process of determining the cause and nature of an illness.
(Diagnosis) The act or process of identifying or determining the nature and cause of a disease or injury through evaluation of patient history, examination, and review of laboratory data.
(Diagnosis) determining the presence of a specific disease or infection, usually based on evaluating a patient’s symptoms and results from laboratory tests.
(Diagnosis) The recognition of a medical condition or disease by symptoms, signs, examination and evaluation of lab data by a medical professional.
(Diagnosis) The process of identifying a disease by its signs and symptoms.
(Diagnosis) The recognition of a disease or condition by its outward signs and symptoms. Also the analysis of the underlying physiological/biochemical cause(s) of a disease or condition.