A plea bargain was worked out, allowing Polanski to go into state prison for “90-day diagnostic testing.”
Polanski did 42 days of diagnostic testing in Chino before being released on January 28, 1978.
In 2009, WPI licensed its diagnostic test for chronic fatigue to a clinic next door, VIP Dx.
This, Heller adds, “is practically a diagnostic description of narcissism, and also a description of Rand herself.”
So then what will the diagnostic process look like in 20 or 30 years?
A second diagnostic point is the abnormal position of the calcaneus and scaphoid with relation to the malleoli and astragalus.
No diagnostic importance of any kind can however be ascribed to them.
Dr. Ashe listened to this, watching her, with a diagnostic mind.
Mention the diagnostic features of dermatitis herpetiformis.
For diagnostic purposes most stress should therefore be laid on the presence or absence of rotation.
diagnostic di·ag·nos·tic (dī'əg-nŏs'tĭk)
Of, relating to, or used in a diagnosis.
Serving to identify a particular disease; characteristic.
diagnostics The art or practice of medical diagnosis.
A symptom or a distinguishing feature serving as supporting evidence in a diagnosis.
An instrument or a technique used in medical diagnosis.