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A medical diagnosis is an attempt at classification. Just as chemists attempt to classify naturally occurring elements into a periodic table and biologists attempt to classify plants and animals into species and genii so too do physicians attempt to classify disease into separate and distinct categories that allow medical decisions about treatment and prognosis to be made.
Physicians usually begin the diagnostic process by observing the patient for specific signs and symptoms and by taking a specific history, eg: how did these signs and symptoms come about? Specific signs, symptoms and historical clues allow the physician to perform a specific physical examination and order specific diagnostic imaging. The provider usually formulates a "short list" of likely diagnoses and may obtain further testing to confirm or rule-out competing diagnoses before providing treatment.
Diagnosis may be performed by health care providers such as a physician, dentist, podiatrist, nurse practitioner, physical therapist or physician assistants.