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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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The time interval between initial clinical symptoms and first laboratory evaluation did not differ in the two groups (2 days, range 0-6 days).
Second, persons infected with SARS-CoV might manifest only transient febrile illness and minimal respiratory illness or be completely free of any clinical symptoms or signs suggestive of SARS.
The index patient in this report had been hospitalized for 2 months before clinical symptoms of SARS began.
coli (STEC), including the O157:H7 strain involved in the current US outbreak, cause severe clinical symptoms such as hemorrhagic colitis, thrombocytopenia, hemolytic anemia and hemolytic uremic syndrome in up to 60% of all infected patients, and are potentially lethal in the most severe cases.
Of 104 FGD respondents, 41 (43%) could describe the clinical symptoms of leishmaniasis (each was asked to give 1 answer only), i.
When fibrous dysplasia is accompanied by significant clinical symptoms, surgery is recommended.
0 will be used by blood banks worldwide for screening blood donors and by laboratories for the diagnosis of HCV in patients suffering clinical symptoms.
In collaboration with Frank Sistare, acting director of the Office of Testing and Research at the Food and Drug Administration Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, the team obtained preliminary results from a rat model showing that cardiotoxicity was detected 90% of the time before clinical symptoms occurred.
4) Clinical symptoms of HIV infection can involve virtually any body system, including the salivary glands.
Many tests in animals and a few trials in humans now suggest a new class of drug--glutamate-receptor blockers--can substantially reduce the number of neurons destined to topple in this domino effect, limiting or even preventing clinical symptoms such as paralysis.
Neurosurgeons recognize that much of the time those recumbent MRI images do not correlate with the patient's clinical symptoms or with what they see at the operating table.
Workers with no clinical symptoms were divided into 2 subgroups.
The advantage of both models lies in their propensity to develop clinical symptoms of food allergy, primarily gastrointestinal and dermatologic reactions, after the sensitized animal is challenged with food antigens.
These studies collectively indicate that Retrovir provides patient benefit in the early stages of infection when the immune system is being destroyed and before clinical symptoms have become apparent to the patient," said David Barry, M.
The clinical symptoms of pediatric AIDS also suggest to Lyman that HIV directly damages the nervous system.
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