What are some simple diseases?
- Colds and Flu.
- Conjunctivitis (“pink eye“)
- Stomach Aches.
What is the most commonly misdiagnosed disease?
Cancer. Cancer misdiagnosis is the most common misdiagnosed disease of all. Different types of cancers are misdiagnosed as well which is why it’s important to have a complete medical history of the patient, adequate time to evaluate the patient, and complete information of symptoms and medications.
What diseases are popular?
Mayo Clinic: “Infectious Diseases,” “Chlamydia trachomatis,” “Gonorrhea,” “Syphilis,” “Salmonella infection,” “Shigella infection,” “Hepatitis C,” “Influenza (flu),” “Staph infections,” “E. coli,” “Genital herpes,” “Norovirus infection,” ”Pneumonia,” “HIV/AIDS,” “Common cold.”
What diseases do not show up in blood tests?
Neurological disease such as stroke, motor neurone disease, Alzheimer’s and multiple sclerosis aren’t diagnosable from blood tests.
What to do when no one can diagnose you?
If you think you have an underlying disease that hasn’t been diagnosed, you can ask your primary care provider for a referral to a specialist. And if you or your doctor suspect the disease could be genetic, you can always make an appointment at a medical genetics clinic.
What are the big 3 disease?
The world’s deadliest infections, including Tuberculosis, Malaria and HIV/AIDS, have been considered as the “Big Three” infectious diseases (BTIDs). With leading infections and deaths every year, the BTIDs have been recognized as the world’s greatest pandemics.
Can a blood test miss an infection?
Sometimes a test doesn’t pick up evidence of a disease or condition, even though you actually do have it. For example, if you had a blood test for hepatitis C and the results came back negative, but you were exposed to the virus in the past few months, you could still have an infection and not realize it.
What diseases show up in blood work?
What does a blood test show?
- coronary heart disease.
What are 5 viral diseases?
- Viral Hepatitis.