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DiagnosisPro - Differential Diagnosis

Single Finding Samples

Signs & Symptoms
Balance problems
Reddish nodule/skin
Truncal distribution/rash
Absence of tears/on exam
Vesicular rash
Larynx Pain
Spastic paralysis/signs
Asymptomatic patient
Headache, throbbing, vascular
Limitation motion/elbow
Associated Disease & Complications
Hiatus hernia, esophagus - Rule Outs
Esophageal varices - Causes
Myelosuppression - Causes
Portal hypertension - Causes
Knee osteoarthitis - Causes
Short-bowel syndrome - Causes
Subdural effusion - Causes
Blind-loop syndrome - Causes
Cerebral cyst - Causes
Vaginismus - Causes
Ethnic or Racial Factors
Hispanic/Latino
Vietnamese ethnic/population
American Indian
Irish/Scotch
Travel, Geographic & Climate Related Factors
India
China
Persian Gulf
Middle East
Microbiology & Serology Findings
Fungus Yeast Forms
Reticulocytosis
KOH prep abnormal
PCR TBC in specimen
Tzanck test/abnormal
Lab Results
Serum
Apolipoprotein B Level - Increased
Calcitonin plasma/serum - Increased
Homocysteine serum - Increased
Urine
Glycine - Increased
Catecholamines - Increased
Casts erythrocytes - Increased
Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF)
Monocytes - Increased
IGG - Increased
Culture negative - Increased
Stool
Leukocytes - Increased
Lactoferrin - Increased
Fat Sudan stain - Increased
Diagnostics Results
X-RAY
Mediastinal shift/Chest
Bowel gas increased/ABD
Hip abnormal
Ultrasound
Spleen abnormal
Neck abnormal
Rectal Abnormal
CT Scan
Sinus abnormality
Renal Mass
MRI/Head Cerebellar atrophy
EKG (ECG)
Short PR interval (ECG)
Normal (ECG)
Inverted T Waves (ECG)

Multiple Finding Samples

Case 1
Platelet count - Decreased
Reticulocytes - Increased
Bilirubin, serum - Increased
RBC/Red Blood Count - Decreased
Case 2
BUN/Blood urea nitrogen - Increased
Bloody diarrhea
Bleeding gums
Dark urine
Case 3
Ear fullness/Aural pressure
Nasal congestion
Itchy palate/throat
Case 4
Diarrhea, traveler's - Causes
Mucus and blood in stool
Fever
Hearing loss
Caribbean
Case 5
ASOT/Anti-streptolysin-O titer - Increased
Chest pain, lateral, dull, aching
Dyspnea on exertion
Fever spikes/sweats,chills
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