How to Diagnose Medical Problems?

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Medical problems are commonly diagnosed based on the signs and symptoms that patients manifest. Medical practitioners use technology to help them identify the underlying conditions of the problems such as blood smears, cultures, X-ray, MRI, CT Scans, ultrasound, etc. With the results that are gathered from these diagnostic exams, doctors will then provide an appropriate medical diagnosis for the patients.
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