differential diagnosis

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Noun1.differential diagnosis - a systematic method of diagnosing a disorder (e.g., headache) that lacks unique symptoms or signs
medical diagnosis - identification of a disease from its symptoms
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They concluded that this toxicity in opium addicts was an increasing problem in Iran and lead toxicity should be in DDx of abdominal pain.
The DDx includes idiopathic retroperitoneal fibrosis (Ormond's disease).
Regarding DDX specific contributions, it is important to highlight that p,p'-isomers showed the highest values compared to o, p' and, considering both isomers, DDE showed the greatest mean values (266 [micro]g [kg.sup.-1] w.w.) followed by DDT (180 [micro]g [kg.sup.-1] w.w.) and DDD (154 [micro]g [kg.sup.-1] w.w.).
Under the agreement, FitPay's payment and digital wallet platform will be integrated with the Discover tokenization platform, DDX. FitPay's platform enables manufacturers of IoT and wearable devices to add contactless payment capabilities to their products, making it possible for consumers to pay for goods and services at near field communication (NFC)-enabled point-of-sale terminals with a simple tap.
Recall that in a scenario each variable is represented by a qualitative triplet (X, DX, DDX)--see section 1.1.
Laboratory studies will be of limited use in the primary diagnosis of Metatarsalgia, but blood tests to evaluate serum levels of uric acid as well as looking for the inflammatory markers of elevated Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR), Rheumatoid Factor (RF) and C--reactive protein (CRP) can be useful in suggesting Ddx's of Gout, Rheumatoid Arthritis or other pathologies.
Let's start with a review of her symptoms and a DDx. She is 52, with irregular, sometimes heavy menstrual periods, mild hot flashes, thinning hair, and some central weight gain.
can't wait ddx @mirandahennessy: First day filming on #pramface today.
The Navy's pursuit of the DDG-1000 destroyer (formerly DDX, cost $3.7 billion per ship), and the Marine Corps' bid for the Expeditionary Fighting Vehicle (formerly AAAV, cost $24 million per vehicle), are examples of how old habits die hard, and how no expense is to be spared when the essence of the service's identity is at stake.
Joshua Duckworth, printer, bookbinder and cinema owner: accounts 1890-1924 (DDX 752)