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  • v. Present participle of overdiagnose.


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  • "When I got there I was told I was overdiagnosing brain injuries and now everybody is finding out that, yes, there are brain injuries," he recalled.

    Diagnostic abuse of veterans and the dilemmas of health professional ethics

  • ADD is down somewhat,as they've been accused of overdiagnosing.

    Too Old For This Shit

  • PHILLIPS: There's also a concern about overdiagnosing, too.

    CNN Transcript Oct 5, 2009

  • Some have recently opined that we are overdiagnosing it; medicalizing the normal vicissitudes of life.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • But that maybe doctors are overdiagnosing mild depression.

    CNN Transcript Jul 9, 2007

  • And the concern is, is that people -- is that doctors are overdiagnosing it.

    CNN Transcript Jul 9, 2007

  • Any call for wider screening is likely to raise concern about overdiagnosing a condition that may not cause problems for decades, if ever.

    The Seattle Times

  • The "bible"of American psychiatry - a manual of mental health used around the world by doctors, consumers and insurance providers - has come under fire from a growing group of psychologists who worry that proposed revisions will feed into a culture of overdiagnosing, and overtreating, otherwise healthy people.

    The Seattle Times

  • Is the number of afflicted kids climbing or are we just overdiagnosing the condition?

    TIME.com: Top Stories

  • Some psychiatrists believe the case illustrates a trend of overdiagnosing bipolar disorder in young children, an illness traditionally diagnosed in adolescence or early adulthood.



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