satisfaction

(redirected from satisfy)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

satisfaction,

n discharge of an obligation by actual payment of what is due or what is awarded by a court or other authority.

Patient discussion about satisfaction

Q. My friend who was recently diagnosed with Fibromyalgia is not satisfied with the result of the test. My friend who was recently diagnosed with Fibromyalgia is not satisfied with the result of the test. He doubts the same. He asked my help to find how is Fibromyalgia Diagnosed? So now I pass this question to you.

A. It is his right to doubt or believe but research shows that people with ‘fibromyalgia’ pertaining to see many doctors before receiving the diagnosis. One reason for this may be that pain & fatigue, the main symptoms of fibromyalgia, overlap with many other conditions. Therefore, doctors have to rule out other potential causes of these symptoms before making a diagnosis of fibromyalgia. Another reason is that there are currently no diagnostic laboratory-tests for fibromyalgia; standard laboratory tests fail to reveal a physiologic reason for pain. There is no generally accepted objective test for fibromyalgia. Some doctors unfortunately may conclude a patient’s pain is not real or they may tell the patient there is little they can do.

More discussions about satisfaction
References in periodicals archive ?
A non-spouse beneficiary will be permitted to roll over benefits from a plan to an IRA so that the IRA, rather than the plan, can satisfy the minimum distributions due the beneficiary.
To date, there has been no mandatory requirement prescribed by Congress or Treasury as to the minimum amount of issuing corporation stock that must be received by the target shareholders to satisfy the COI requirement.
Under the proposed Interpretation, an enterprise must satisfy a stringent evidentiary burden in order to establish a probable level of confidence in the validity of its tax position.
The Ninth Circuit also agreed with the Tax Court that Biehl did not satisfy the business connection test.
This is a sad and lonely way of life, and reinforces the need, and, most importantly the motivation to satisfy unsatisfied needs.
Other companies simply buy or sell basic commodities, which, by their nature, are readily convertible to cash and thus satisfy this third point.
At the household level, variety-seeking may also occur because of the attempt to satisfy different users within the household.
12 (S X T) + 1,000 U > 28,000 (1), and a cord diameter L (mm) of said PVA fiber cord and said end count T per 5 cm satisfy the following relationship: [Graph Omitted]
He converted the problem into an equivalent mathematical form that enabled him to pick out candidates likely to satisfy Euler's equation.
In view of these requirements, members should satisfy themselves regarding the competence, practices and procedures of any third party provider, regardless of the type of services provided of the location at which they are performed.
62% were taking the online course to satisfy a degree or certificate requirement.