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fermentdiagnosticum (s) (noun), fermentdiagnostica (pl)
Determining or identifying physical symptoms; such as, pain, fever, and other illnesses: Any fermentdiagnosticum is meant to confirm an underlying cause of a disease or disorder.

The invention and development of the microscope provided more accurate fermentdiagnostica of the body's structure and function, and to a better understanding of how organs and tissues are affected by ailments.

The discovery that micro-organisms; such as, bacteria and fungi, can cause sicknesses or maladies, resulted in a germ theory and fermentdiagnosticum by, among others, the French microbiologist and chemist Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) and the German bacteriologist Robert Koch (1843-1910).

Modern technology; such as, ultrasounds, endoscopies, body scannings (CT scanning and magnetic resonance imaging), and biopsies all provide more detailed and accurate fermentdiagnostica about the internal organs of patients.

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