Meaning of DIAGNOSTIC in English

DIAGNOSTIC

adjective

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■ NOUN

assessment

This deliberate gathering of detailed information for teaching is termed diagnostic assessment .

category

Analysis of variance and the Newman-Keuls procedure were applied to measure the statistical significance of means from different diagnostic categories .

Clearly, some practicing therapists know how little use diagnostic categories are and how little scientific basis there is for them.

criteria

The diagnostic criteria of Hanifin and Rajka were used.

Therefore, as anticipated, hyperparathyroidism is regularly associated with hypophosphatemia, which is one of the diagnostic criteria of this disorder.

The diagnostic criteria for ulcerative colitis and Crohn's disease in the probands have been described.

The current diagnostic criteria for anorexia nervosa reflect this evolutionary process but they have yet to achieve the final category.

Although our method of classification is novel and requires further validation, the main findings were unaffected by choice of diagnostic criteria .

group

The analyses covered a variety of diagnostic groups , age groups, and periods.

information

Fault-response based systems are usually advocated when lots of reliable diagnostic information is available.

In these conditions serum pepsinogen C provides additional diagnostic information , especially when expressed as pepsinogen A:C ratio.

An effective general practitioner must have counselling skills to elicit important diagnostic information and manage consultations appropriately.

A further follow-up in 1972 collected more detailed diagnostic information .

procedure

After their diagnostic procedure the colonoscope was positioned at site of infusion and a second blood sample collected.

A competent trial with moderation training, then, becomes a diagnostic procedure .

Four patients had cholestasis and stricture at the time of the first diagnostic procedure .

The most useful diagnostic procedure is aspiration and analysis of synovial fluid from an affected joint.

At present the preferred diagnostic procedure is emergency endoscopy.

But inherent in the diagnostic procedure is a presumption that defective embryos will be discarded.

It may be that different subgroups of patients with differences in prognosis have been selected into the two diagnostic procedures .

Some medical students were asked why they wanted to do a particular arduous diagnostic procedure on their patient.

purpose

There were therefore, 375 patients referred for diagnostic purposes .

The tests were of a type which could be used for diagnostic purposes .

Other studies that used similar techniques for diagnostic purposes give a similar genuine false positive rate.

The diagnostic purpose is particularly important and is best exemplified by a discussion of miscue analysis.

He concluded that the test gave satisfactory results for diagnostic purposes .

Control colonic tissue was taken from patients undergoing colonscopy for diagnostic purposes , but who had a negative examination.

These subjects had all undergone colonoscopy for diagnostic purposes .

system

Any diagnostic system that is quicker and cheaper than the present system would be of use.

Such rule sets could identify problems in diagnostic systems and explain credit-scoring in loan application models.

As mentioned previously, it is probably unwise to build stand-alone diagnostic systems that are independent of teacher-control.

This process should be wherever possible part of a systematic analysis of diagnostic system requirements.

If the disability is psychologically based diagnostic systems based on the use of multiple and unvalidated skin tests may reinforce the delusion.

The focus of this paper is on knowledge based diagnostic systems and their potential within avionic components fault finding.

technique

The possible dissemination of tumour by percutaneous fine needle aspiration cytology may result in these becoming the diagnostic techniques of choice.

One extremely useful diagnostic technique is classroom observation by psychologists and / or educators familiar with the disorder.

Hospital post-mortems, he goes on, are requested as a method of monitoring diagnostic technique and refining clinical skills.

Iridology, sometimes referred to as iris diagnosis, is a non-invasive, painless diagnostic technique , according to practitioners.

A reliable non-invasive diagnostic technique would represent a considerable advance.

On top of our better understanding of plasma physics, we also had a wide range of new diagnostic techniques .

test

His promotional leaflets referred to his routine practice of obtaining x ray films, running diagnostic tests , and prescribing treatment.

In addition, the computer would run reading and diagnostic tests , offer remedial programmes and keep complete records of child attainment.

She paid a certified repair shop $ 90 for a diagnostic test and had $ 550 of additional work.

There are other diagnostic tests for hyponymy which are either discriminatory but insufficiently general, or general but insufficiently discriminatory.

Let us assume one doctor has 100 patients for whom his diagnostic tests and treatment cost $ 2, 000.

Remember that the hospital is in the business of selling services, and these include diagnostic tests .

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After their diagnostic procedure the colonoscope was positioned at site of infusion and a second blood sample collected.

Analysis of variance and the Newman-Keuls procedure were applied to measure the statistical significance of means from different diagnostic categories.

Backers claim the pictures offer doctors a unique early-stage diagnostic window on blocked arteries and other coronary problems.

C.. Ensure timely development, appropriate use, and availability of diagnostic tests and reagents.

Fault-response based systems are usually advocated when lots of reliable diagnostic information is available.

Included in the collection are diagnostic and testing materials, professional materials, and instructional materials to be used directly with learners.

The famous Wassermann diagnostic blood test for syphilis has been used for forty years.

Their location in the trachea and bronchi and their size are diagnostic .

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