prodrome


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an early symptom that a disease is developing or that an attack is about to occur

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3, 13] Following the prodrome and initial neurological deficit, patient 6 received high-dose corticosteroids for a presumed diagnosis of ADEM, after which disease progression appeared stable until abrupt deterioration on day 35.
In Argentina, person-to-person transmission of ANDV was documented in a physician who acquired infection after exposure to an ANDV-infected patient shortly after onset of the febrile prodrome (7,8).
HUS secondary to STEC infection is typified by a prodrome of 3 days of nonbloody diarrhea (with or without vomiting), but medical care is not typically sought until the third day when the diarrhea becomes bloody.
The pediatric clinical definition of bronchiolitis is the "constellation of clinical symptoms and signs including viral upper respiratory prodrome followed by decreased respiratory effort and wheezing in children less than 2 years of age.
Prodrome aka pre-headache can occur a few hours or even a few days before the onset of the migraine episode.
rning f PRODROME An early warning symptom of illness.
However Veltkamp et al (4) highlighted that both the patients they described with late postpartum eclampsia, with no pre-eclamptic prodrome, exhibited severe headaches and visual disturbance during the hours preceding the seizure.
The RAP Program has also joined with other early intervention research groups to form the eight-site North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study (NAPLS), a major international study consortium conducting cutting edge research with at-risk adolescents and young adults.
Additionally, by history this complaint may be acute, chronic, or acute-on-chronic involving a prodrome of pain with sudden worsening after a particular injury.
Raised Refer, neuro-imaging intracranial pressure Is an aura or Present Migraine Non-pharmacological prodrome and pharmacological present?
A systemic prodrome of fever and malaise often coincides with the primary outbreak.
While psychosocial dysfunction is obviously manifested in CP/CPPS, we continue to lack understanding of its pathogenesis: are we confronted with a possible psychological prodrome or contributing factor to develop the pelvic pain, or is this simply an understandable consequence of the physical, chronic painful disease state itself?
The lacks of a viral prodrome and neck pain or tenderness were considered to be enough for differentiating from subacute thyroditis by the authors.
While it may be possible to differentiate dementias in the early phase of the dementing process with the so-called vascular prodrome of Alzheimer's disease, it is extremely difficult in the moderate to severe ranges.