The physician might raise some questions about these areas and want to know about any conditions that run in the family including the dyslexia runs in a family or not.
The family problems might also affects the growing children. Hence the physician might also investigate regarding the family members and their role towards to the children.
The physician might also investigate the child, family members and also the teachers answer to written questions and conclude the diagnosis.
Imaging tests: CT scan, MRI scan SPECTs and PET scans help doctors to determine the abnormalities in the brain.
Neurological exam: During a neurological exam, your doctor will look for changes in your balance, coordination, mental status, hearing, vision and reflexes. These changes can point to the part of your brain that may be affected by a tumor.
The doctor may ask you and your child questions to better understand your child's mental health. This can help determine whether social problems, anxiety or depression may be limiting your child's abilities.
Testing reading and other academic skills:
The child may take a set of educational tests and have the process and quality of reading skills analyzed by a reading expert.