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The physician's overall intuitive sense of the likelihood of disease established after the clinical evaluation of the patient. The clinical...
The physician's overall intuitive sense of the likelihood of disease established after the clinical evaluation of the patient. The clinical evaluation may include risk factors, history, symptoms, signs, and basic laboratory or radiological studies.
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