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determination of the nature of a disease or ailment. A clinical diagnosis is based on the medical history and physical examination of the patient: it may be confirmed with X-Rays, CAT Scans (Computerized Axial Tomography), MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), and other
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I strongly encourage regular check-ups to provide preventive care and for the early diagnosis and treatment of any medical problems," said Dr.
Oral-B and Crest, in collaboration with Ajman University of Science and Technology, have launched a year-long initiative offering residents in the UAE a chance to receive dental check-ups for free.
Sabates' patients in Miami began the Better Check-Ups challenge in early February and he "feels confident that with a few small changes from this program, individuals' efforts will have a positive effect on their overall oral health.
Last year, the Volkswagen service clinic visited several countries across the Middle East offering check-ups to all Volkswagen cars.
SIDON: As the New Year approaches, cars in Lebanon are required to undergo check-ups to authenticate their reliability for another year of drive on the flimsy Lebanese roads.
If people who register have not received a reply by January, then Newcastle Dental School will not be offering them a check-up.
Jauregui is working with other professionals to try to build the same culture of check-ups that exists in the United States.
I didn't have medical check-ups because I didn't feel anything," she said.
The businessman, who has asked not to be named, said: "The hospital used to do six-monthly check-ups.
Health chiefs at the crisis-hit oncology unit in Glasgow yesterday admitted that "low-risk" patients had been told they must wait 12 months or longer for check-ups.
At your check-up, your eye doctor will re-evaluate the fit of your contact lenses and observe any changes in your cornea caused by your lenses.
The fact is if you haven't experienced problems for some time and if you are looking after your teeth with a thorough oral health regime, there is no real reason why you should need a check-up every six months.