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TEST 2 DIAGNOSES

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Esophageal varices due to chronic alcoholism   GI  
Tear of the medial meniscus   Ortho  
Acute cervicitis   Gyn  
Psoriasis   Derm  
Otitis media   ENT  
Epilepsy, grand mal type   Neuro  
Agnina pectoris   CV  
Osteosarcoma   Onco  
Hemophilia   Hem  
Viral meningitis   Neuro  
Endometriosis   CV  
Pyelonephritis   Pulm  
Skull Fracture with concussion   Gyn  
Multiple myeloma   Uro  
Colles' fracture   Neuro  
Thrombophlebitis, postop   Onco  
Ventricular tachycardia   Hem  
Diverticulitis of the right colon   Uro  
Left maxillary   CV  
Deep-vein thrombosis   GI  
Pneumothorax due to accidental puncture   ENT  
Diabetic retinitis   Ophth  
Hyperparathyroidism   Endo  
Acne rosacea   Dermatology  
Adenomatous goiter   Endocrinology  
Cataract   Ophthalmology  
Hay fever   Allergy  
Inguinal hernia   Urology  
Iron-deficiency anemia   Hematology  
Klebsiella pneumonia   Pulmonary medicine  
Prolapsed uterus   Gynecology  
Schizophrenia   Psychiatry  
Syphilis   Infectious (Communicable) disease  
Hypersensitivity and autoimmune   Allergy and Immunology (A&I)  
Heart and blood vessel disorders   Cardiovascular (CV)  
Skin   Dermatology (Derm)  
Endocrine gland   Endocrinology (Endo)  
GI tract   Gastrointestinal (GI)  
Female reproductive system and breast   Gynecology (GYN)  
Urinary tract and male reproductive   Genitourinary (Uro)  
Blood   Hematology (Hem)  
Brain and nerve   Neurological  
Newborn and infant   Neonatology (NB)  
Pregnancy and delivery complicaitons   Obstetrics(OB)  
Tumor   Oncology (Onco)  
Eye   Ophthalmology (Ophth)  
Bone and muscle   Orthopedics (Ortho)  
Ear, nose, and throat   Otorhinolaryngology (ENT)  
Healthy newborn or infant and children   Pediatrics (Peds)  
Mind and behavior   Psychiatric (Psych)  
Respiratory tract   Pulmonary (Pulm)  
   


   





 
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