Health Screening

Health Screening at Mount Stuart Hospital

What is a Health Screening?

Health screening is tests performed to detect potential health disorders or diseases in people who do not have any symptoms of a disease. By identifying disease early or people with a higher chance of having a health problem, lifestyle changes, informed decisions or surveillance can be made to reduce the risk of disease, and early treatment offered to treat it most effectively.

A health screening test is not a diagnostic test. This means that additional testing is needed to confirm the presence or absence of disease.

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