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In the broader sense of the word, diagnostics is a process of discovering the nature and cause of disease or disease states.
The process is complex and complex. It starts with a discussion about a health problem (history) and continues with a clinical examination. Both of these doctors create an impression of the nature of the problems, possible illnesses that cause them, and their causes. This process is called differential diagnostics. It is often followed by additional diagnostics in terms of clinical trials (medical diagnostics in the strict sense of the word), which is intended to dilute the diagnoses from the list of differential diagnostics until we arrive at the right conclusion. It proceeds with treatment and ends with a cure. Unfortunately, in practice, things are a bit more complicated.