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Noun
/ˌdīəgˈnōsis/,
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diagnoses, plural;
  1. The identification of the nature of an illness or other problem by examination of the symptoms
    • - early diagnosis and treatment are essential
    • - a diagnosis of Crohn's disease was made
  2. The distinctive characterization in precise terms of a genus, species, or phenomenon


  1. identifying the nature or cause of some phenomenon
  2. (diagnose) determine or distinguish the nature of a problem or an illness through a diagnostic analysis
  3. (diagnose) subject to a medical analysis
  4. 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. ...
  5. 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. ...
  6. 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.
  7. 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. Especially, a description written in Latin and published
  8. (diagnose) To determine the root cause of (a disease)
  9. (Diagnose) To determine or analyze a patient's condition by evaluating signs and symptoms.
  10. (Diagnose) to identify or name a disease.
  11. A comprehensive process of evaluation of the spinal column and its immediate articulation to determine the presence of nerve interference and other conditions that may contraindicate chiropractic procedures.
  12. The process of identifying dental disease.
  13. when the doctor tries to find out what is wrong with a person by examining them and listening to their symptoms
  14. the confirmation of the cancerous nature of a lump. This usually requires a biopsy or removal of the tumor by surgery, followed by examination by a pathologist.
  15. The process of identifying a disease by its signs and symptoms.
  16. The term used when a doctor finds that a person has a certain medical problem or disease.
  17. The process by which medical providers identify a disease or illness.
  18. identifying a disease by its signs or symptoms, and by using imaging procedures and laboratory findings. The earlier a diagnosis of cancer is made, the better the chance for long-term survival.
  19. Investigation or analysis of the cause or nature of a condition, situation, or problem.
  20. For instance, detecting faults in physical devices.
  21. is a process that arises from the examination and evaluation and represents the outcome of the process of clinical reasoning and may be expressed in terms of movement dysfunction or may encompass categories of impairments, functional limitations, abilities/disabilities, or syndromes. ...
  22. The identification of an illness or disease by reviewing a person’s symptoms. This is usually done by a trained healthcare professional.
  23. A statement of that which in the opinion of its author distinguishes the taxon from other taxa (Art. 32.2).
  24. Diagnosis is the process of determining disease status through the study of symptom patterns and the factors responsible for producing them.
  25. This term comes from the Greek word "diagignoskein," meaning to distinguish or know. This is the conclusion that results from the action that an EMS paramedic takes to determine the injury, illness, or cause of distress in a victim.