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  1. The health care provider will examine you and ask about your medical history and symptoms. Tests that may be done include: Chest x-ray CT or MRI ...
  2. ... melanoma and recovered, it is very important to examine your body regularly for any unusual changes. Your ... moles on their skin A skin doctor can examine you and tell you whether you need regular ...
  3. ... your head steady. The health care provider will examine your eyes, especially the eyelids, cornea, conjunctiva, sclera, ... a yellow dye (fluorescein) is used to help examine the cornea and tear layer. The dye is ...
  4. Karyotyping is a test to examine chromosomes in a sample of cells. This test can help identify genetic problems as the cause of a disorder or disease.
  5. Ureteroscopy uses a small lighted viewing scope to examine the ureters. Ureters are the tubes that connect ... the provider's office without anesthesia. Check for cancer. Examine or remove a growth or tumor. Examine areas ...
  6. ... is a specialized magnifying microscope, is used to examine the structures of the eye (including the cornea, ... and retina). The slit-lamp is used to examine, treat (with a laser), and photograph (with a ...
  7. ... the breast) Breast ultrasound (uses sound waves to examine the breasts) Breast MRI (uses powerful magnets and ... of a small amount of breast tissue to examine it)
  8. ... Look at your buttocks and between your buttocks. Examine your genital area. Look at your face, neck, ... your toes. Have a person you trust help examine hard-to-see areas.
  9. ... eye or squeeze the eyelids. Here's how to examine someone else's eye: Examine the eye in a well-lighted area. Do ...
  10. The health care provider will examine your stomach area and rectum. The rectal exam will show a hard mass of stool in the rectum. You may need ...
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