Non-Hodgkin lymphoma diagnosis
The presence of swollen lymph nodes and other associated symptoms can suggest a diagnosis of lymphoma, but the only way to confirm the diagnosis is by carrying out a biopsy. Find out about diagnosis of non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
The diagnosis of acute pancreatitis is often reasonably straightforward. The doctor will talk to you, examine you and take some blood tests. Learn more about a pancreatitis diagnosis here.
Diagnosis of autism
The earlier a diagnosis of autism is made, the sooner you and your child will receive the support and care you need.
Lung cancer diagnosis
A number of tests will be performed to investigate symptoms of lung cancer and confirm a diagnosis. Find out about lung cancer diagnosis.
Peripheral vascular disease diagnosis
If your doctor suspects a diagnosis of peripheral vascular disease (PVD), they will first carry out a physical examination of your leg. Find out how PVD is diagnosed.
Diagnosis of ADHD
An ADHD diagnosis is usually made by a specialist paediatrician or child psychiatrist who assesses the child's behaviour, interviewing parents and teachers.
Diagnosis of haemorrhoids
Because the symptoms of haemorrhoids are similar to those of bowel cancer, it’s important to visit a doctor to get a proper diagnosis.
Diagnosis of PTSD
A diagnosis of PTSD can come as a relief for someone who has been suffering symptoms as it provides an explanation and basis for beginning treatment.
Diagnosis of OCD
There is no ‘test’ for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), but a diagnosis is based on an assessment of the person’s behaviours, thoughts and feelings.
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