Translation of diagnostic in Spanish:

diagnostic

diagnóstico, adj.

Pronunciation /dʌɪəɡˈnɒstɪk//ˌdaɪəɡˈnɑstɪk/

adjective

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    diagnóstico
    • Therefore, new diagnostic techniques with significantly improved sensitivity and specificity are required.
    • A screening test is not the same as diagnostic test.
    • Clinical history can be unreliable as a diagnostic indicator of latex allergy because of confounding variables.
    • Since prostate cancer often has no early warning signs, early diagnostic testing can be critical.
    • Physicians have few diagnostic tools to detect the scars and growths of endometriosis.
    • Obstructive sleep apnea is a fairly common sleep disorder and comprises the major group of patients being admitted to the diagnostic sleep laboratories.
    • Many terminally ill patients are unable to tolerate a full diagnostic assessment.
    • Pneumatic otoscopy and tympanometry are useful diagnostic tools for managing otitis media with effusion.
    • If this fails, or the patient has severe or atypical symptoms, other diagnostic measures are indicated.
    • Diagnostic accuracy is crucial in anatomic pathology, including surgical pathology and cytopathology.
    • A standard necropsy protocol with agreed diagnostic criteria was used to ensure consistent classification.
    • We emphasise the importance of a history of travel to Latin America in patients presenting with unusual skin lesions or chronic nasopharyngeal symptoms and describe the diagnostic process.
    • Overall diagnostic accuracy was the same in both groups.
    • Normalisation of symptoms and diagnostic confusion and are likely to apply to illness behaviour in general.
    • Development and introduction of new diagnostic techniques have greatly accelerated over the past decades.
    • Further research is needed to provide general practitioners with easy to use diagnostic tools to differentiate bacterial from viral conjunctivitis to tailor antibiotic prescriptions.
    • A definite diagnosis was made when diagnostic criteria were fully met.
    • An exercise test should end when diagnostic criteria have been reached or when the patient's symptoms and signs dictate.
    • Compact discs may soon serve as diagnostic tools to be used in doctor's offices, or even at home.
    • Have chest pain units led to any improvement in diagnostic accuracy and clinical outcome?