undiagnosable


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undiagnosable

(ˌʌndaɪəɡˈnəʊzəbəl)
adj
unable to be diagnosed
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.undiagnosable - not possible to diagnoseundiagnosable - not possible to diagnose    
unidentifiable - impossible to identify
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It is important to distinguish the "debilitating medical condition" phrasing from more liberal statutory wording, such as California's "serious medical condition," which includes migraines, arthritis, and intangible or undiagnosable symptoms like muscle spasms.
According to nuclear news, people living in the dispersal zone will acquire cancers, birth defects , still births, and other known, unknown or untraceable and undiagnosable diseases.
The story begins with Lucy, now a published fiction writer, remembering a time, 20 or more years ago, when she was felled by an undiagnosable disease, a sort of visitation of sickness, and ended up in a New York City hospital for a prolonged stay.
Experts then came to the conclusion that he was suffering from an undiagnosable degenerative condition.
Even if HCG eliminates the pain of endometriosis, the underlying gluten sensitivity, especially if "hidden," will cause many other health problems usually undiagnosable by conventional medicine.
WASHINGTON -- The government is expanding its ''mystery disease'' program, funding a network at six universities around the country to help diagnose patients with diseases so rare they've been told they're undiagnosable.
a University of Marburg, Germany physician, found the answer to an "arcane medical mystery" on an episode of House, a television show about a cantankerous "diagnostician" (not a real field of specialization) who diagnoses so-called undiagnosable patients by using Sherlock Holmes-like methods of deduction.
I see a precursor to Secretion in Todd Haynes's film Safe (1995), in which Julianne Moore plays a woman who, like X, falls prey to an undiagnosable, untreatable wasting illness.
His recent scandalous novel might be the source of his undiagnosable pain, a psychological source that leads to a medication addiction, legal and otherwise.
Then, six months into researching the topic, she developed debilitating -- and seemingly undiagnosable -- chronic pelvic pain and faced the challenge of having to advocate for herself.
Emotional regulation programmers are now part of different protocols for people who have an undiagnosable emotional or psychological problem.