prodromal


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Related to prodromal: Prodromal Period, Prodromal labor, prodromal phase
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Synonyms for prodromal

symptomatic of the onset of an attack or a disease

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RND, however, generally lacks prodromal symptoms, such as fever or malaise (6).
Close to half were in the prodromal stage and the remainder had mild Alzheimer's.
Monitoring for gentamicin toxicity consisted of blood urea nitrogen (BUN) and creatinine levels, gentamicin trough levels, and a daily query for signs of prodromal ototoxicity.
If these findings can be confirmed, they prove the existence of a long prodromal stage in subjects who are genetically destined to develop Alzheimer's disease.
Patients recruited from sites in the United States, Canada, and Australia were eligible for the study if they had healthy immune function and a history of prodromal symptoms and vesicle formation associated with at least half of their previous facial herpes outbreaks.
From 1998 to 2001, the virus may have been transported from Para (34) to Goias (4) and then to Minas Gerais by asymptomatic carriers or viremic persons in the prodromal phase.
Early diagnosis is essential in Alzheimer's treatment and DiaGenic's technology has already proven to generate unique gene expression signatures for prodromal AD".
Jacobson notes, "I have seen a growing emphasis on the detection of subtle prodromal markers during healthy aging.
For example, he noted, the researchers "chose to label the category for the next phase of progression in the AD spectrum as symptomatic AD rather than the more conventional mild cognitive impairment due to AD, amnestic MCI, or prodromal AD.
Christopher Clark and his colleagues wrote that flor-betapir-PET imaging could be an important diagnostic tool for Alzheimer's disease - perhaps with the ability to detect brain plaques early in a prodromal stage of the disease - and to measure plaque changes in relation to therapeutic response in future drug studies, according to Dr.
In a Novartis-funded study, a total of 229 patients aged 18-82 years with at least 4 outbreaks of genital herpes in the preceding 12 months and laboratory-confirmed HSV-2 infection were instructed to take either 1,000 mg of famciclovir twice in one day or placebo, beginning within 6 hours of prodromal symptom onset or the appearance of lesions.
This episode had immediately followed an influenza-like prodromal illness for which a general practitioner had prescribed oral erythromycin ethinylsuccinate and medications for symptomatic relief.
A randomized placebo-controlled clinical study involving 42 patients (males and females over 44 years) with prodromal or mild Alzheimer's disease.
REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) "diagnoses disease" and "identifies prodromal disease.
In a longitudinal study of 291 prodromal individuals who sought treatment, the risk of conversion to psychosis was 35% over 2.