Diagnostic

  • (adj): Concerned with diagnosis; used for furthering diagnosis.
    Example: "A diagnostic clinic"; "a diagnostic reading test"; "diagnostic information"
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on diagnostic:

SCSI Receive Diagnostic Results Command
... The SCSI Receive Diagnostic Results command is used to interrogate the results of a self-test ... The self-test must have been triggered by a previous Send Diagnostic command which would have defined the self-test required ... This is usually associated with one of the available diagnostic pages ...
Computer Assisted Surgery - General Principles - Diagnostic, Preoperative Planning, Surgical Simulation
... Using specialized software the gathered dataset can be rendered as a virtual 3D model of the patient, this model can be easily manipulated by a surgeon to provide views from any angle and at any depth within the volume ... Thus the surgeon can better assess the case and establish a more accurate diagnostic ...
Assburger - Diagnosis
... Standard diagnostic criteria require impairment in social interaction and repetitive and stereotyped patterns of behavior, activities and interests, without significant delay in language or ... Other sets of diagnostic criteria have been proposed by Szatmari et al ... in diagnosing ASDs combines clinical judgment with the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R)—a semistructured parent interview—and the Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule (ADOS)—a ...
St. Boniface General Hospital (Winnipeg) - Services - Diagnostic Imaging
... one of eight hospitals in Winnipeg providing diagnostic imaging services, and is part of the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority's diagnostic imaging program ... of Manitoba's first MRI scanner, and is one of the largest diagnostic MRI facilities in Western Canada ...
Current Diagnostic Criteria For Bipolar Disorder
... that 0.8% of the population experience a manic episode at least once (the diagnostic threshold for bipolar I) and a further 0.5% have a hypomanic episode (the diagnostic threshold for bipolar II or cyclothymia) ... Including sub-threshold diagnostic criteria, such as one or two symptoms over a short time-period, an additional 5.1% of the population, adding up to a total of 6.4 ...

More definitions of "diagnostic":

  • (adj): Characteristic or indicative of e.g. a disease.
    Example: "A diagnostic sign of yellow fever"; "diagnostic information"
    Synonyms: symptomatic, symptomatic of