Diagnostic tests provide information about a child's academic strengths and weaknesses. Publishers may provide diagnostic tests to ascertain a student's skill level in relation to the publisher's specific curriculum.
A variety of tests and procedures performed on a patient to effectively establish a diagnosis. Procedures include laboratory tests, x-rays, ultrasounds and other imaging studies.
used to identify or confirm the diagnosis of a disease or a condition in a person or a family.
Testing to determine what parts of electronic equipment, such as a computer, work.
Testing designed to confirm or exclude a known or suspected genetic disorder in a symptomatic individual or, prenatally, in a fetus at risk for a certain genetic condition Related Terms: DNA-based testing ; direct DNA analysis ; karyotype ; linkage analysis ; molecular genetic testing ; predictive testing ; prenatal diagnosis
Diagnostic testing is a form of Genetic testing. Diagnostic testing is used to diagnose or rule out a specific genetic or chromosomal condition. In many cases, genetic testing is used to confirm a diagnosis when a particular condition is suspected based on physical signs and symptoms.