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1 He could diagnose an engine problem simply by listening.
2 The test is used to diagnose a variety of diseases.
3 Few other paediatric illnesses are as gratifying to diagnose and as uniformly responsive to treatment.
4 The grunts were better able to diagnose the problems of our business than the generals.
5 With encouragement, a competent amateur can diagnose species and varieties without resort to parsimony analysis.
6 This implies significant negotiating skills in order to diagnose, manage and reinforce the outcomes of individual motivation.
7 Social workers must first diagnose the problems and then help with such practical aids as they have at their immediate disposal.
8 Failure to diagnose them denies patients simple and effective treatment.
9 Therefore, to diagnose hypercalcemia in a suspected case,[www.Sentencedict.com] one must obtain at least three separate measurements of the serum calcium.
10 In claiming to diagnose and treat this illness doctors can do more harm than good.
11 Nonspecialists are often reluctant to diagnose depression, which can produce symptoms ranging from insomnia to pelvic pain, Thompson says.
12 It is difficult to diagnose, as there is no simple test.
13 There was no chance that Donald would diagnose thallium poisoning.
14 A fundamental principle of treatment is to first diagnose the cause of the hypophosphatemia.
15 In order to diagnose ovarian cancer, you have to do surgery to obtain a biopsy.
16 Even if a manager can diagnose the problem, without employee buy-in it is difficult to solve it.
17 These monitor and diagnose any problems occurring in a particular computer system, drops in temperature and changes in air conditioning levels.
18 One note of caution: Work inhibition is extremely difficult to diagnose.
19 Brave Gail Devers was suffering from Graves Disease but it took doctors two years to diagnose the crippling thyroid illness.
20 A variety of experimental technologies are being tested in the effort to find better ways to diagnose breast cancer, Blumenthal said.
21 Of course, I sent ashore for a doctor, and he was able to diagnose the cause of death with certainty.
22 Osteonecrosis often begins insidiously and is difficult or impossible to diagnose with conventional radiography and computed tomography in the early stages.
23 Researchers said the discovery could provide a new way for doctors to diagnose the severity of cancer cases.
24 Guardians of culture were called on to pronounce and diagnose, and they did.
25 So obvious a structural fault must be easy to diagnose and put right.
26 If the patient had polio, the fluid showed cellular and chemical changes consistent enough for physicians to diagnose the disease.
27 The managers discovered that it was not easy to diagnose problems in performance.
28 All attempts by my own doctor and the company doctor to diagnose my illness failed.
29 The results are used to help the teacher to diagnose student deficiencies. extinction See also under learning: conditioned reflex.
30 An ophthalmic optician or optometrist tests for and prescribes glasses and can diagnose eye conditions, but doesn't treat eye diseases.