Meaning of diagnosable in English:



See diagnose

‘Unlike cancer, CAD is readily preventable, diagnosable, treatable and even reversible.’
  • ‘Some violent offenders are not sociopathic or psychopathic, yet probably about 20 percent of the prison population is diagnosable as being psychopathic.’
  • ‘Studies indicate that more than 90 per cent of suicide victims have a diagnosable psychiatric illness such as depression.’
  • ‘It's a relief to be able to put a name to my illness, and a relief to know that it's something that's recognisable and diagnosable and treatable.’
  • ‘The report goes on to note that, ‘Nearly two-thirds of all people with diagnosable mental disorders do not seek treatment.’’