Diagnostic Tests for Concentration difficulty
Diagnostic Test list for Concentration difficulty:
The list of diagnostic tests
mentioned in various sources as
used in the diagnosis of Concentration difficulty
- Physical examination
- Neurological examination to look for focal neurological signs and papilledema
- Blood tests
- Full blood count
- Electrolytes, calcium, renal function tests
- Blood sugar level
- Liver function tests
- Thyroid function tests
- Blood cultures - if fever.
- Syphilis and HIV testing - if appropriate.
- Vitamin B12 level
- Lead levels - if suspect lead poisoning.
- Lyme disease serology - if been bitten by tick.
- Molecular genetic testing for Huntington's disease
- Urine tests
- Radiological investigations
- Sleep studies - if suspect sleep apnea.
- Spinal tap - may be required to diagnose Multiple sclerosis or meningitis.
- Electrophysiological tests such as visual-evoked response (VER) - may be required to diagnose Multiple sclerosis.
Home Diagnostic Testing
These home medical tests may be relevant to Concentration difficulty causes:
- Child Behavior: Home Testing
- Mental Health (Adults): Home Testing
- Home Drug Tests
- Smoking-Related Disorders: Home Testing:
- Mental Health: Home Testing:
- Brain & Neurological Disorders: Related Home Testing:
Conditions listing medical symptoms: Concentration difficulty:
The following list of conditions
have 'Concentration difficulty' or similar
listed as a symptom in our database.
This computer-generated list may be inaccurate or incomplete.
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of any symptom.
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Conditions listing medical complications: Concentration difficulty:
The following list of medical conditions have 'Concentration difficulty'
or similar listed as a medical complication in our database.
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