work-up

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work-up

 [werk´up]
the procedures done to arrive at a diagnosis, including history taking, laboratory tests, x-rays, and so on.

work-up

(werk´up) the procedures done to arrive at a diagnosis, including history taking, laboratory tests, x-rays, and so on.

work-up

the process of performing a complete patient evaluation, including history, physical examination, laboratory tests, and x-ray or other diagnostic procedures to acquire an accurate database on which a diagnosis and treatment plan may be established.

work-up

noun The constellation of procedures–eg, taking a medical Hx, performing a physical exam, and ordering and evaluating lab tests and imaging procedures, on which a Pt's diagnosis and therapy is based. See Diagnostic 'overkill. ', Ulysses syndrome verb To evaluate a Pt–ie, to work him/her up. See Fehldiagnose.

work-up

the procedures done to arrive at a diagnosis, including history taking, laboratory tests, x-rays, and so on.
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