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[[Image:Medical Services Old Picture of Infirmary.jpg|thumb|right|An old infirmary with medical equipment used for patient rehabilitation ]]
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Practical medical services such as X-rays, prosthetics and sensory aids
 
Practical medical services such as X-rays, prosthetics and sensory aids
  
 
== Subcategories ==
 
== Subcategories ==
  
*'''[[:Category:Clinical diagnosis|Clinical diagnosis]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Clinical diagnosis|Clinical diagnosis]]''' - the determination of the nature or cause of a disease
*'''[[:Category:Computer aided diagnosis|Computer aided diagnosis]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Computer aided diagnosis|Computer aided diagnosis]]''' or CAD, medical procedures which use a computer to analyze biological data, most often used in the interpretation of medical images
*'''[[:Category:Health information management|Health information management]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Health information management|Health information management]]''' - the maintenance of health records through traditional or electronic-based methods
*'''[[:Category:In vitro|In vitro]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:In vitro|In vitro]]''' - studies in experimental biology which use components of an organism isolated from their usual biological context
*'''[[:Category:In vivo|In vivo]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:In vivo|In vivo]]''' - biological studies conducted with organisms in their usual, intact state, as contrasted with "in vitro" studies
*'''[[:Category:Medical diagnosis|Medical diagnosis]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Medical diagnosis|Medical diagnosis]]''' - attempting to identify a potential disease or disorder
*'''[[:Category:Medical signal detection|Medical signal detection]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Medical signal detection|Medical signal detection]]''' - the use of large databases to discover and correlate adverse reactions to medical interventions
*'''[[:Category:Medical tests|Medical tests]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Medical tests|Medical tests]]''' - any test designed to discover the type or nature of a disease
*'''[[:Category:Occupational medicine|Occupational medicine]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Occupational medicine|Occupational medicine]]''' - medicine primarily concerned with ensuring the highest standards of safety and health at work
*'''[[:Category:Prosthetics|Prosthetics]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Prosthetics|Prosthetics]]''' - the use of an artificial device to replace a missing body part
*'''[[:Category:Sensory aids|Sensory aids]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:Sensory aids|Sensory aids]]''' - devices which improve the reception of sense organs
*'''[[:Category:X-rays|X-rays]]'''
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*'''[[:Category:X-rays|X-rays]]''' - a form of electromagnetic radiation that are shorter than UV rays but longer than gamma rays and that are used to see inside biological tissue
  
 
[[Category:Bioengineering|{{PAGENAME}}]]
 
[[Category:Bioengineering|{{PAGENAME}}]]

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An old infirmary with medical equipment used for patient rehabilitation
An old infirmary with medical equipment used for patient rehabilitation

Practical medical services such as X-rays, prosthetics and sensory aids

Subcategories

  • Clinical diagnosis - the determination of the nature or cause of a disease
  • Computer aided diagnosis or CAD, medical procedures which use a computer to analyze biological data, most often used in the interpretation of medical images
  • Health information management - the maintenance of health records through traditional or electronic-based methods
  • In vitro - studies in experimental biology which use components of an organism isolated from their usual biological context
  • In vivo - biological studies conducted with organisms in their usual, intact state, as contrasted with "in vitro" studies
  • Medical diagnosis - attempting to identify a potential disease or disorder
  • Medical signal detection - the use of large databases to discover and correlate adverse reactions to medical interventions
  • Medical tests - any test designed to discover the type or nature of a disease
  • Occupational medicine - medicine primarily concerned with ensuring the highest standards of safety and health at work
  • Prosthetics - the use of an artificial device to replace a missing body part
  • Sensory aids - devices which improve the reception of sense organs
  • X-rays - a form of electromagnetic radiation that are shorter than UV rays but longer than gamma rays and that are used to see inside biological tissue

Subcategories

This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.

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