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Different conditions have different subjective and objective symptoms. A patient with flu symptoms may have subjective symptoms like body aches or chills, while objective signs such as fever and respiratory problems can be detected through physical exam. Alternatively, someone suffering from a UTI might report discomfort when urinating in addition to having an elevated white blood cell count – which is an objective indicator that infection is present.
There are also other conditions that may require more testing for a diagnosis to be confirmed. This is especially true in the case of mental disorders, where specialists might need to test psychological function using different methods. It could involve self-reporting surveys or structured interviewing conducted by qualified professionals. You can use the results (subjectively reported as well as objectively measurable) of these assessments to come up with an accurate assessment regarding the core issue.
When it comes to differential diagnosis, both objective and subjective elements must be considered when determining the cause of any given symptom. By doing so it allows healthcare practitioners make accurate decisions based on both qualitative and quantitative information – ultimately leading towards better outcomes for patients overall.