Subjects who reported gaining knowledge of differential diagnosis
through clinical practice (OR = 5.
Experience with electron microscopy in the differential diagnosis
Rash said that a biomarker in the blood which can be employed for differential diagnosis
"can expedite diagnosis and offer opportunities for earlier treatment.
Medical School) provides a concise guide to differential diagnosis
for over 900 signs, symptoms and clinical disorders.
Thus, for most people exposed, the syndrome was gastroenteritis; a differential diagnosis
would not normally have included anthrax.
Bone and joint disorders; differential diagnosis
in conventional radiology.
The differential diagnosis
for a neck mass in the pediatric population is vast and includes infectious, neoplastic, and congenital causes.
This pathogen should be systematically considered in the differential diagnosis
of atypical rickettsioses, especially rashless fevers with lymphangitis and lymphadenopathy, in southern France and perhaps elsewhere.
The first Power3 presentation - "Blood Serum Biomarkers for Differential Diagnosis
of Parkinson's Disease" - included a report by Dr.
Roy, an ophthalmologist in private practice who specializes in cataract surgery, provides students, research fellows, optometrists, ophthalmologists, and eye care practitioners with a guide listing the differential diagnosis
of specific ocular diseases, organized by anatomic organ--the orbit, lids, lacrimal system, extraocular muscles, conjunctiva, globe, sclera, cornea, anterior chamber, pupil, iris, lens, vitreous, retina, choroid, and optic nerve--in addition to visual field defects and intraocular pressure and ending with a section on general signs and symptoms such as visual disturbance or complaint and head position.
The atlas contains histological images from the cases, along with the primary and differential diagnosis
and, when available, the clinical history.
The clinical and imaging differential diagnosis
of a nasal mass should include hemangioma, malignant vascular tumor (angiosarcoma), pyogenic granuloma (lobular capillary hemangioma), nasal polyp, and hamartoma.