In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1Medicine(illness) diagnosticarthe doctor diagnosed her as epileptic — el médico le diagnosticó epilepsia
- I was wrongly diagnosed — no acertaron / se equivocaron con el diagnóstico
- I was very fortunate to be in the care of the doctor who diagnosed Addison's disease when he came to visit me at home.
- Doctors usually diagnose the disease after studying the symptoms, and excluding other possible causes.
- The American Cancer Society estimated that approximately 198,000 men were newly diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2001.
- The clinical data and histologic diagnoses for each patient are listed in Table 1.
- Pollyanna was just six weeks old when she was diagnosed as having the condition.
- Would this woman have been given such advice if her unborn child was not diagnosed as having the condition?
- The disease is usually diagnosed at an early age and patients have multiple primary sites.
- Infection is diagnosed more accurately by serum antibody tests or molecular polymerase chain reactions.
- This manual is used by mental health care providers to diagnose psychiatric illnesses.
- For many of the leading illnesses diagnosed by office-based physicians, prescribing patterns must be adjusted to minimize antibiotic resistance.
- The couple's eight-year-old daughter Chloe was diagnosed with a brain tumour in October.
- In fact, 64 percent of the patients surveyed were initially diagnosed by their primary-care doctor.
- That's why it is important that your condition is diagnosed as early as possible.
- Ros was diagnosed as autistic when very young, some thirty or so years ago.
- Raynaud phenomenon is diagnosed either by physical examination or by eliciting a specific clinical history.
- If there is pus on the tonsils then the condition can properly be diagnosed as tonsillitis.
- A cyst can be diagnosed by a breast ultrasound.
- Women who are diagnosed at an early stage do much better than women who are diagnosed later.
- Paranoia mushroomed into madness for Nash and eventually he was diagnosed as schizophrenic.
- Generally speaking, a team that includes both a speech therapist and surgeon working together best diagnoses these problems.
- His GP correctly diagnosed the condition during a check up.
- You've just turned 60, and have been newly diagnosed with prostate cancer.
- However, three trials have shown the drug is highly effective in women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
- Gemma was first diagnosed with lymphoblastic leukaemia in January 2001.
- Will a person who is wrongly diagnosed with a mental illness be covered by this?
- A number wondered if they had been harmed by not being diagnosed earlier.
- The majority of pulmonary TB cases continue to be diagnosed at an advanced stage.
- Toxoplasmosis usually is diagnosed on the basis of antibody detection.
- George was diagnosed with the potentially deadly condition days after his second birthday.
- After a series of tests she was diagnosed with Parkinson's and given various drugs to find the right mix for her.
- Although acute appendicitis is usually diagnosed clinically, plain abdominal radiographs and contrast enema may be utilized.
- Four patients were diagnosed clinically as having an acute chest syndrome.
- In his mid-twenties he had a breakdown, diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic.
- Hence, only one fourth of the patients are diagnosed correctly at the time of surgery.
- Other diagnoses included sepsis, liver failure, neurological dysfunction, and recent cardiopulmonary arrest.
- The surgeon diagnoses the problem by barium enema or a colonoscopy and schedules surgery.
- At the same time, children diagnosed with ADHD may have some things in common.
- Take time to find out about the tests and procedures that will help your doctor diagnose cancer.
- Symptoms can be treated best if the disease is diagnosed early.
- Her career was just taking off when she was diagnosed at the age of 35.
- To be included, patients had to be diagnosed clinically by the physician as having a lower respiratory tract infection.
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