prodromic


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Synonyms for prodromic

symptomatic of the onset of an attack or a disease

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Resolution of pain and tenderness was more rapid among patients taking the single dose of famciclovir than those taking a split dose, starting with 750 mg at the first prodromic sign and 750 mg later that day.
Last year, RODS was used for prodromic surveillance at the 2002 Salt Lake City Winter Olympics.
The idea that night-time visions can foretell illness was first put forward by the ancient Greeks, who called them prodromic dreams.
We believe that greater benefit may be gained by evaluating a7 receptor agonists in patients with very early stage, perhaps prodromic, disease.
pseudotuberculosis is an emerging pathogen in HIV patients and remind us that septicemia in these patients can exist without prodromic symptoms.