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Synonyms for symptom

something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else

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(medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease

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anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence

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Caption: Patients with influenza infection who took oseltamivir had a significant 21% shorter time to clinical symptom alleviation, compared with placebo.
Table 2: Comparison of clinical symptoms in cystitis glandularis with and without upper urinary tract obstruction [Table omitted]
12 In the process of gastric acid secretion inhibition, it can reduce the evacuation of drugs, improve drug utilization rate, and effectively relieve clinical symptoms of patients; hence it has been extensively applied in clinical treatment of chronic gastritis.
Objective: to study the clinical symptoms of patients with the reliable presence of persistent viral infection, to reveal their identity.
People have thought of Alzheimer's disease as a condition defined by observable, clinical symptoms.
It will also help them logically define cases based on clinical symptoms and patient history.
The volunteers were predicted to get clinical symptoms around 10 years later, on average, based on their age and number of CAG repeats.
Research indicates that if we can knock out this enzyme in the parasite we can stop the disease progressing, through its usual stages within the body thereby eliminating the clinical symptoms of malaria and reducing the possibility of transmission to other people through mosquito bites.
WASHINGTON -- Herpes simplex virus type 2 infected approximately one-third of the young women in a study of 127 adolescents, but behavioral and demographic factors were more predictive of disease than were clinical symptoms.
WASHINGTON -- Behavioral and demographic factors were more predictive of herpes simplex virus type 2 than were clinical symptoms in a study of 127 adolescents, approximately one-third of whom were infected with the disease.
Twenty volunteers took part in the five-month study, with half given the probiotic and half given a placebo, although clinical symptoms were not investigated.
BACKGROUND: Aim of this study was to evaluate adjuvant magnesium orotate on mortality and clinical symptoms in patients with severe heart failure under optimal cardiovascular medication.
The GAs were then used to determine in what combinations of these clinical symptoms equated to be the manifestations of ACS by ED nurses.
The diagnosis of dengue in Thailand is made primarily by clinical symptoms and a complete blood count according to World Health Organization guidelines.
Black women have about a threefold higher risk of developing fibroids and, in general, their clinical symptoms are worse.
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