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The Importance of Disease Diagnosis

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The etiological concept of diseases and the methodology of treatment varies among the various systems of medicine. However, the mode of disease diagnosis (Nosological diagnosis) is common for many systems. It's an undeniable fact that the close association between disease diagnosis and remedial diagnosis prevailed in Modern medicine may not be seen in other holistic systems, however, diagnosis is having its own importance even in other systems. The mode of treatment might be either holistic treatment, specific treatment, symptomatic treatment and general life support to the patient. Modern medicine gives more importance to the precise treatment, whereas, systems like Ayurveda, Homoeopathy, Siddha, Unani, Chinese medicine, Naturopathy etc. give more importance to the holistic concept of treatment, i. e. remedy section by thinking about the physical, mental and emotional characters and life situation of the sick individual.

However, in these systems also, disease diagnosis is equally important, because, under certain situations, the functioning of the affected organ or the system of the human body has to be backed up. The patient also may require some specific type of support, for that the organ remedies can be deployed. As well as that, disease diagnosis is very important to planning the illness control measures, prognosis, special precautions, to learn the life span threatening situations, prevention of spreading of disease to others. Diagnosis is very needed for statistics, research and and also to fulfill the academic interests. Especially, due for some medico-legal reasons, a doctor should know the detailed health status of his patient. Due to all or any these reasons, disease diagnosis is a must, irrespective of the device of treatment fond of the patient.Otorrinolaringologia

Disease diagnosis and remedial diagnosis can be viewed as both sides of exactly the same coin, hence, both are having equal importance. Disease diagnosis is completed by correlating the signs and symptoms of the patients (clinical features) with the data written by the bystanders and the lab investigation reports. On certain situations, there might be some difficulty in making a diagnosis, because, a number of diseases are receiving almost similar clinical features. Moreover, rarely occurring diseases or a newly emerged disease may possibly not be identified easily, especially by a general practitioner. Under such circumstances, a specialist's opinion may be needed. Very rarely, a group of doctors are involved in the process of diagnosis.
asked Jan 10 in Other by Edwardduffy (18,240 points)

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