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diagnose
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Definition
determine or identify the nature of a problem or an illness
  • Unable to diagnose himself, in severe pain, and unable to continue with his work, he presented himself to Dr. Antonia Bagshawe, a physician at Nairobi Hospital.
    p. 30.4
  • DIAGNOSIS
    p. 33.0
  • Dalgard asked Jahrling if he would look at some samples and give a diagnosis, and Jahrling agreed to help.
    p. 173.9
  • A pathologist at the Institute had inspected the meat very carefully and had given it a tentative diagnosis of simian hemorrhagic fever—harmless to humans, lethal to monkeys.
    p. 178.3
  • The Army had given him a tentative diagnosis, probably the best diagnosis he would ever get, and he had been left with the unpleasant task of trying to salvage the lives of the remaining animals.
    p. 179.1
  • The Army had given him a tentative diagnosis, probably the best diagnosis he would ever get, and he had been left with the unpleasant task of trying to salvage the lives of the remaining animals.
    p. 179.1
  • Jahrling now had a tentative diagnosis.
    p. 189.9
  • He had sent a little bit of blood and tissue to the Army for diagnosis—and look what was happening.
    p. 233.9
  • His reasoning, as he explained to me later, went like this: "If the guy drove them back to the Reston monkey facility, I felt there would be a certain added risk to the population just from his driving them around in the van, and there would be a delay in diagnosing them.
    p. 249.7
  • We felt that if we could quickly get a definite diagnosis of Ebola it would be in everyone's favor."
    p. 249.7

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