- v.诊断( diagnose的过去式和过去分词 );
He was diagnosed as severely dyslexic but extraordinarily bright.
He was eventually diagnosed as suffering from terminal cancer.
Our doctor diagnosed a throat infection and prescribed antibiotic and junior aspirin.
Susan had a mental breakdown and was diagnosed with schizophrenia.
He was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer.
She was diagnosed as being clinically depressed.
He was diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic.
His illness was initially diagnosed as food poisoning.
In 1894 her illness was diagnosed as cancer.
Some foetal malformations cannot be diagnosed until late in pregnancy.
He diagnosed the trouble that caused the engine to knock.
The doctor diagnosed my illness as a rare skin disease.
He was diagnosed with leukemia.
The doctor diagnosed the illness as pneumonia.
The teacher diagnosed the boy's reading difficulties.
Janet James was 22 years old when she was diagnosed with MS—a disease that attacks the body's nerves.
What did Janet James decide to do after her disease was diagnosed
At thirteen, I was diagnosed (诊断) with a kind of attention disorder.
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To make matters worse, Moth was diagnosed with a serious disease.
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