Any change in the original diagnosis must be made in writing to the Department of Health and must be confirmed by a diagnostician.
"Ah, I see you are something of a diagnostician," said Haynes quietly.
Surgery: An adjunct, more or less valuable to the diagnostician.
He was no diagnostician, and he did not know that Lent was breaking up physiologically in his system.
It seems to me that the examiner should be an exceedingly able diagnostician and prognosticator.
The law readily observed by the diagnostician of diseases in general must here be recognized.
For example, there is a Dr. Leffingwell on the staff here; he is a diagnostician and has nothing to do with psychotherapy per se.
Too much attention can scarcely be paid to the importance of their recognition on the part of the diagnostician.
diagnostician di·ag·nos·ti·cian (dī'əg-nŏ-stĭsh'ən)
A person who diagnoses, especially a physician specializing in medical diagnostics.