What will be the diagnosis if the patient has lump outside the throat which is seen not able to swallow hard things but if the thyroid test in normal including sonography of stomach is also normal?
These symptoms are too vague to guess a diagnosis, however a common diagnosis with this set of symptoms is goiter resulting from autoimmune thyroid disease which can be present with normal thyroid labs.
The first line of treatment will probably be a psychiatrist, a medical doctor who specializes in mental health. This person will prescribe medications to stabilize the patient. If the patient is in an institution, nurses will also help. Outside of an institution, a patient with schizophrenia may also see a psychologist. A social worker can help with living issues.
A diagnosis is made based on the symptoms and a physical examination of the patient. More, that diagnosis will be made in no small part to the chance of exposure to urushiol-bearing plants like Poison Icy, etc. If the patient has been out hiking in an area bearing such planes, this will aid the diagnosis. Likewise, if the user has not, that can help RO such a diagnosis.
The admission diagnosis (or admitting diagnosis) is the initial "working" diagnosis documented by the: patient's admitting or attending physician (who may be their primary care physician) who determined that inpatient care was necessary such as for: treatment of a condition diagnosed in the office today (e.g., acute exacerbation of chronic asthma). elective surgery, which has already been scheduled (e.g., elective tubal ligation). emergency treatment. injuries and any number of other causes of morbidity. A "working"…
A nursing diagnosis is a current or potential problem that the patient has that the nurse can diagnose and treat for the most part independently. For example pain is a nursing diagnosis that may be related to an abdominal incision. The nurse can then come up with a care plan to reduce the patient's pain by repositioning, or having the patient listen to music to relax.
Xeno=stranger Diagnosis= to identify cause or nature. So, xenodiagnosis the process of identifying a disease using a strange organism (usually a clean, sterile vector). The vector bites the patient, and if the patient has the suspected disease, the parasite (as it almost invariably is) grows in the body of the vector. The doctor then examines this growth to confirm the diagnosis.
It's a "no" answer from the patient that's important in making the diagnosis. For instance, in working up diarrhea, the patient might say they had no recent travel or antibiotics, no bloody stools, no fever, and no affected family members. These are all pertinent to the diagnosis of diarrhea, and the answer is in the negative.