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Diagnosis

List of diagnostic tests:

Diagnosis

A medical test is a medical procedure performed to diagnose, diagnose or monitor disease processes, susceptibility, and course of treatment. The tests are categorized according to the specific disease field which helps to know in which ward of the hospital or which specialist these tests are usually performed.

Chapters:

1 counseling room test

2 Cardiovascular

3 Dermatology

4 Ears, nose, and throat

5 Gastrointestinal

6 Hematology

7 Laboratory

8 Nervous

9 Maternity / gynecological related

10 Ocular

11 Pulmonary

12 Radiology

13 Rheumatological

14 Urinary incontinence

15 notes and references

Examination of the counseling room:

These tests are usually performed by a physician in a consultation room and do not require any advanced equipment.


General:

Measurement of temperature, including a thermometer

Examination of the patient's pulse

Measurement of weight and height and girth

Measuring blood pressure

Specific:

Stomach throbbing

Ear examination with the help of ears

Examination of head, eyes, ears, nose, and throat

Digital rectal examination

Nervous examination

Diagnosis of mental illness

Ear-to-lung examination

Vaginal examination


Cardiovascular:

Coronary catheterization

Echocardiography

Electrocardiogram

Ballistocardiogram


Dermatology:

Skin allergy test

Skin biopsy


Ears, nose, and throat:

Hearing test

Throat examination

Vestibular examination

Electronystagmography (ENG)

VideoNistagmography (VNG)


Gastrointestinal:

Capsule endoscopy

Colposcopy

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography

Esophagogastrodyudenoscopy

Study of esophageal motility

Monitor esophageal pH

Liver biopsy

RBC Test Results 4.15


Hematology:

Bone marrow examination


Laboratory:

Organic chemistry

Arterial blood (ABG)

Complete blood count (CBC)

Extensive Metabolism Panel (CMP) (including CMEM-7)

Submission test

C is a reactive protein

Erythrocyte erosion rate (ESR)

Fibrost

Urea faith test

Urinalysis

Cytogenetics and molecular genetics

Genetic testing

Immunology

Automated companies

Microbiology

Blood culture

Mantoux test

The nature of spit

The nature of the mall

The nature of urination


Nervous:

Electroencephalogram

Electromyography (EMG)

Waist Punker

Neuropsychological examination


Maternity / Gynecological:

Amniocentesis

Colposcopy

Hysteroscopy

Smear test like sin smears


Ocular:

dilated fund examination

Multifocal electroretinography (MFERG)

Optical Integrated Tomography (OCT)

Visual field test


Pulmonary:

Polysomnography

Pulmonary paleography

Thoracentesis


Radiology:

CT scan (B * 2 ****)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) (B * 3 ****)

Nuclear drugs (C ******)

Positron-emission tomography (PET)

Projection radiography (B * 0 ****)

Ultrasonography (B * 4 ****)


Rheumatological:

Arthroscopy


Urinary incontinence:

Cystoscopy

Urodynamic tests


Diagnosis:

Summary:

Identification of some phenomenon of nature or cause

Overview:

Medical Diagnosis (abbreviated DX or DS) is the process of determining the symptoms and signs of a disease or condition in a person. It is often referred to as a diagnostic in the medical context. The information required for diagnosis is usually gathered from the history and physical examination of the person receiving treatment. Often, one or more diagnostic procedures, such as diagnostic tests, are performed during the procedure. Sometimes postmortem diagnosis is considered a form of medical diagnosis.

Diagnosis is often challenging, as many signs and symptoms are nonspecific. For example, skin saliva (erythema), itself, is a sign of many diseases and thus health care professionals do not say what is wrong. Thus the diagnosis of inequality, which compares and contrasts many possible explanations, must be performed. It relates to the variety of information followed by the recognition and differentiation of patterns. Sometimes the process is pathognomonic that is simplified by a sign or symptom (or a group of different)

Diagnosis is a key component of a doctor's visit process. From a statistical point of view, diagnostic methods include classification tests.


The doctor examines the patient and determines the name of the disease. Medical counseling asks the patient about the main complaint, current medical history, past history, family history, etc., and examines the current condition of the body regarding vision, counseling, orthopedics, patching, etc. Examination subjects are considered necessary out of 200 tests such as X-ray examination, electrocardiograph examination, blood test, urethral analysis, etc. The above results are a combination of the name of the disease, but depending on the disease, it is not uncommon for the first time to be diagnosed after trying the course monitoring and treatment. In recent years, an automated diagnostic device that has mechanically performed a portion of these operations has been prototyped.


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