FAQWhat do I need to know when my doctor wants me to have a diagnostic test?
What do I need to know when my doctor wants me to have a diagnostic test?
There are many questions that need to be asked when your physician recommends that you have a diagnostic test. The 3 most important ones are:What is my main problem? What do I need to do? Why is it important for me to do this?
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