Clinical Diagnosis


Clinical Diagnosis

Clinical diagnosis is defined as assessment of disease made on the basis of medical signs, physical examinations and patient-reported symptoms, rather than diagnostic tests. A medical sign is an objective indication of some medical fact or characteristic that may be detected by a physician during a physical examination or by a clinical scientist by means of an in viva examination of a patient.

In general people are not aware and cautious about their health so they ignore the alarm raised by the body or say that significant attention is not paid to the signs and signals of body unless it has indicated something much obvious but in such cases nothing can go unnoticed by a doctor because of deeper understanding of clinical diagnosis process. Examples include elevated blood pressure, a clubbing of the fingers (which may be a sign of lung disease, or many other things), and arcus senilis.

At Zeus we have highly experienced doctors who are subject matter experts and carry years of experience in their respective areas of expertise or say super specialization. We have regular OPDs to facilitate patients for their regular health check-ups and diagnosis