The term ‘diagnostic process’, according to many of doctors, impoverishes the entire range of problems faced by the patient at the very beginning of the conversation with the doctor. Seasoned experts say that making a diagnosis is a creative process, as a rule, does not fit into the standard scheme. As there are no two identical doctors, and no two patients with identical conditions and problems, the spectrum of diagnostic methods aimed at figuring out the clinical picture in patients suffering from certain nosological forms of the disease is very wide in experienced, qualified and truly professional doctors (in young doctors, this spectrum is more narrow, but it could be more schematic).
Despite the fact that healing – is not so much a craft as an art of action by the doctor the term ‘diagnostic technology’ is oftentimes used in regard to diagnostic process as the work of a conveyor for the production of diagnostic services, at the inlet of which an unknown object is supplied, while on the output this image is filled with volume and content. The technological approach allows the physician to present architecture of the affected organs and systems of the patient causal connection between the relationship of the disease and impaired function of complex biological systems in the patient. This approach is also oftentimes used in legal practice according to Steve Duarte, medical negligence solicitors representative with years of experience under the belt. Continue reading “Medical diagnostics and the legal concept of the process”