Definition of Diagnostical
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Literary usage of Diagnostical
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of Anatomy and Physiology by Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland (1891)
"It is what I call the diagnostical law of concentration. ... The diagnostical law of diffusion is the empirical result of the law of diffusion of morbid ..."
2. Register by University of California, Berkeley, California, University (1922)
"The preparation of diagnostical reagents for clinical tests.—Such diagnostical reagents as may be required in the Department are prepared in the pharmacy ..."
3. A Manual of Clinical Chemistry, Microscopy, and Bacteriology by Martin Klopstock, Albert Kowarsky (1912)
"It is best to use cultures of from twelve to twenty-four hours for the differential diagnostical staining, because the absence of the pole kernels in ..."
4. Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine by Wilhelm Olivier von Leube, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1904)
"CLINICO-diagnostical PRELIMINARY REMARKS Topico-diagnostical Points of View of Affections of the Anterior Brain. —If we place ourselves upon the ..."
5. Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1852)
"So far you are on equal diagnostical terms with the man and the infant; but you feel not satisfied. That expression of languor and that moaning make yon ..."
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