· Este artículo necesita ser reescrito para mejorar su relevancia para los psicólogos.. Por favor, ayude a mejorar esta página usted mismo si puede.. Disorders Characteristics of disorders At risk populations Chronicity Comorbidity Complication Cure Diagnosis Disease course Disease transmission Dual diagnosis Epidemics Epidemiology Etiology Heritability Late effect Maintenance Medical sign Mortality rate Onset Pandemics Pathology Pathophysiology Patient history Predisposition Premorbidity Prodrome Prognosis Protective factors Recovery Relapse Remission Risk factors Seasonal variations Sequela Severity Subtypes (disorders) Spontaneous remission Susceptibility Symptom remission Symptoms Treatment resistant disorders other Mental disorders List of mental disorders Physical disorders List of physical disorders This box: view • talk • edit Diagnosis is the identification of the nature of anything, either by process of elimination or other analytical methods. Diagnosis is used in many different disciplines, with slightly different implementations on the application of logic and experience to determine the cause and effect relationships. Below are given as examples and tools used to identify the causes of symptoms and disorders, both physical and mental disorders. In psychiatry diagnosis is an important tool for psychiatrists but it is sometimes a problematic issue for psychologists treating the same people. Contenido 1 General issues 2 In education 3 In organizational psychology 4 Methods used to contribute to a diagnosis in psychology and psychiatry 5 In medicine 6 Lógica 7 See also General issues Clinical judgement (not diagnosis) Computer assisted diagnosis Comorbidity Diagnosis related groups Differential diagnosis Dual diagnosis Diagnosis related groups Differential diagnosis Dual diagnosis Intake interview International Classification of Diseases Labelling Medical diagnosis Measurement Misdiagnosis Needs Cancer screening Cardiography Dexamethasone suppression test Echoencephalography Electroculography Electrocardiography Electroencephalography Electromyography Electronystagmography Electroplethysmography Electroretinography Encephalography General Health Questionnaire Genetic testing Geriatric assessment Health screening HIV testing Magnetic Resonance Imaging Mammography Medical model Neuroimaging Opthalmologic examination Physical examination Plethysmography Pneumoencephalography Polysomnography Prenatal diagnosis Rheoencephalography Roentgenography Tomography Urinalysis Logic Zebra (medical) Sutton's law Occam's razor Hickam's dictum See also Bayesian probability Cognitive psychology of missed diagnosis Clinical psychology: Types of problem Medical intuitive Organizational diagnostics Other approaches to defining what we do Working towards a new classification in clinical psychology This page uses Creative Commons Licensed content from Wikipedia (ver autores).
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