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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of diagnose.


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  • The Wizards were 2-9 in their first 11 games without Butler, whose hip injury last week was re-diagnosed from a strained hip flexor to a small labral tear.

  • A voting system with two copies of the module being diagnosed is capable of detecting faults by comparing the outputs of the copies.

    Boing Boing

  • Because this "new" breast cancer, if it is indeed responsible for the rise in diagnosed cases, is a much less dangerous disease than the breast cancer that was found before, in many cases it would not need treatment beyond excising the primary tumor.

    Good News and Bad News About Breast Cancer

  • By this means it was possible to produce in minutes the same effects on the structure of the aircraft as would result from hours of flying, and as was to be expected, incipient structural failures were produced which very closely resembled the nature of the failure which was diagnosed from the recovered parts of the aircraft lost near Elba.

    The Farnborough Show

  • I wish him best of luck with the disease, and I too have also been diagnosed, which is heraditry.

    No Pressure On America-Storming Bindi Irwin, Says Manager

  • You could have AS but just be too mild to be diagnosed, which is surprising because a lot of mild people get diagnosed.

    Wrong Planet Asperger / Autism Forums

  • More than 377,000 upstate adults have been diagnosed, which is 81,000 more than just five years ago. gTo provide a visual reference, 81,000 adults could fill the Carrier Dome one-and-a-half times, h said Dr. Arthur Vercillo, regional president, Excellus BlueCross BlueShield. gThatfs a staggering increase in adult diabetes here in upstate New York in the last five years. h -

  • While Dr. Ison declined to comment on the Mississippi case, he said, "The bigger issue is that in cases in which a patient has a neurologic condition that hasn't been definitively diagnosed, that is associated with altered mental status, most experts would recommend against the use of organs from those donors."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Unfortunately, an estimated one in five CFS sufferers haven't been diagnosed, which is troubling since early treatment may improve rates of recovery.


  • I need the reader to know that everything else I have written so far in this book -- all that about the nun psychic talking to the dead, all that about my cancer being "diagnosed" by a medical intuitive -- all of that, I swear, is absolutely true.

    Claudia Ricci: Why I Lied: How the Internet Blurs Fact and Fiction


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