Identify a Disease

Diagnostics 101

The word Diagnosis comes from the ancient Greek word diagignōskein, which means “distinguish”, “discern”. This branch of medicine refers to the process of identifying a disease or an injury from the signs observed in a patient by a qualified medical practitioner and symptoms experienced by the patient. a diagnosis can be achieved by doing a physical examination, gathering the patient’s family history, running blood tests or radiological tests, or collecting a tissue sample (biopsy) for further examinations. This process enables health practitioners to precisely and accurately identify the cause of the disease or injury, and determine the most appropriate treatment strategy.

Diagnostics 101 is aiming to provide comprehensive guidelines on the most and less common diagnostic procedures, describing how to prepare and what to expect from those. A better understanding of these diagnostic procedures sets the basis to make informed decisions about your health care.

Diagnostics 101

How to Fast For a Medical Scan

23/07/2021

Medical imaging or scan is a technique used by health professionals to create visual representations of the internal body structures, including organs and tissues. The purpose of a medical scan is to diagnose a particular health condition and perform clinical analysis. X-ray, CT, and MRI are some examples of medical scanning techniques. These scans help health professionals diagnose a wide range of health conditions, from mental trauma to foot pain. Each medical scan or exam works differently, and some of them use radiation, magnetic fields, and sound waves. It is important to learn about preparing for a medical scan

Brain Function and Sections in MRI Scans
Diagnostics 101

Brain Function and Sections in MRI Scans

23/07/2021

Do you want to know how health professionals analyze brain functions and detect abnormities by analyzing sections in MRI scans?

What are Osteoporosis Scans?
Diagnostics 101

What are Osteoporosis Scans?

23/07/2021

A bone density scan, also called osteoporosis scan, is a low-dose x-ray examination that measures minerals in your bones to diagnose osteoporisis

Diagnostics 101

Telehealth During Covid-19 – Here is what you need to know

23/07/2021

The coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has stunned the entire world. It has affected millions of people across the world in terms of health, business, and economy. The year 2020 is a desperate time for healthcare organizations and professionals. Although the concept of Telehealth is there for quite some time, its significance has increased during the pandemic. Changes in the health systems are the need of the hour to reduce staff exposure to infected patients and preserve personal protective equipment (PPE). The purpose is to minimize the effects of patient surges on healthcare facilities. Most healthcare systems have had to make adjustments&

The Ultimate Guide to Colonoscopy
Diagnostics 101

The Ultimate Guide to Colonoscopy

23/06/2021

A Colonoscopy is a procedure to view the colon and rectum’s internal structure for cancer, polyps, or disorders like Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis…

Diagnostics 101

What Are The Benefits Of A Medical Second Opinion?

23/04/2021

It is common to feel confused for a person when he or she faces a new medical diagnosis. Most often, it is not easy to make an informed decision while navigating the healthcare system. The problem becomes even bigger when the patient has to choose between several medical treatment options. Therefore, it is essential to get a second opinion from a professional or an expert regarding your medical condition. Second opinions are of great importance when a patient faces a life-changing or life-threatening health condition. Most people do not get a second opinion because they think it will offend

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