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Definition of Diagnostically
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Literary usage of Diagnostically
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1. Testing Criteria and Indicators for the Sustainable Management of Forests by Ravi Prabhu (1996)
""diagnostically specific" (4.6), and . "relevant"(4.8). ... "diagnostically specific" (3.6), . "precisely defined" (3.4), and . ..."
2. Guidelines for Developing, Testing and Selecting Criteria and Indicators for by Ravi Prabhu, Carol J. Pierce Colfer, Richard G. Dudley (1999)
"Note that here is an inherent conceptual conflict between the desire to have efficient, and thus interlinked, C&I and the need that C&I be diagnostically ..."
3. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1893)
"These are largely intermittent, often not observable by the physician, and withal of little importance to us except diagnostically. Commonly there are some ..."
4. Arsenic by Assembly Of Life Sciences, National Academies Press, Assembly of Life Sciences (U.S.), National Academy of Sciences (U.S.) (1977)
"Blood concentrations of 1-2 ppm would also be diagnostically significant. More important diagnostically is the concentration of organic arsenical in the ..."
5. Psychology, General and Applied by Hugo Münsterberg (1914)
"In other forms of illness egocentric responses in which the patient associates everything with his own personality are diagnostically important. ..."
6. Typhoid Fever Considered as a Problem of Scientific Medicine by Frederick Parker Gay (1918)
"The determination of the degree of dilution that is diagnostically positive ... Widal originally thought the reaction diagnostically positive when present ..."