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Synonyms for semiology

(philosophy) a philosophical theory of the functions of signs and symbols

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Despite the presence a depressive symptomatology, the treatment of SUD should not be neglected and psychosocial and pharmacological interventions must be initiated to reduce substance use (e.
However, the crucial point is the treatment result, as shown in markedly higher energy readings of 90% for Vital and 85% for Emotional energy, along with the disappearance of the urticaria symptomatology and discontinuing the antihistamine.
In the following report, we describe an interesting ORS case with comorbid depressive symptomatology.
The 16-ltem Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology (QIDS), clinician rating (QIDS-C), and self-report (QIDS-SR): a psychometric evaluation in patients with chronic major depression.
The available body of evidence on the associations of noise exposure with child behavioral development is limited, but associations have been reported between increased hyperactive symptomatology and both traffic noise at home (Tiesler et al.
Researchers who have compared prevalence of eating disorder symptoms among African American and Caucasian college women have consistently reported higher symptomatology among Caucasian participants (Abrams, Allen, & Gray, 1993; Petersons, Rojhani, Steinhaus, & Larkin, 2000).
The catatonia diagnosis in the context of a general medical condition must be based on proof that the catatonic symptomatology is due to the physio-pathological effect of the general medical condition in question.
We compiled data obtained from prospective structured symptomatology interviews; diagnostic studies; three-dimensional, high-resolution, temporal bone computed tomography; and a retrospective case review from our tertiary care referral center.
measured at the beginning of the treatment program was correlated with reduced PTSD symptomatology measured at discharge.
In addition altitude symptomatology was quantified by the high altitude symptoms questionnaire (Fig.
It was hypothesised that women involved in the programme would find it to be socially valid and culturally appropriate, and would also report lower levels of depressive symptomatology and higher levels of social support, following the group intervention.
Neurosurgeons from Asia, North America, and Europe address diagnosis, definitions, classifications, symptomatology, imaging, genetics, clinical assessment, epidemiology, neuropsychological considerations, the implications of cortical microvasculature, and treatment options, including medical management of childhood disease, endovascular therapy, indirect and direct revascularization procedures, multiple extracranial-intracranial bypass surgery, and direct and indirect bypass procedures for posterior circulation, as well as anesthetic and perioperative management and the long-term results of patients in California, Japan, and Korea.
The Pakistani version of RADS-2 has found to be a reliable and worth using instrument to assess depressive symptomatology in adolescents of Pakistan.
The authors explored the association among body dissatisfaction, religious coping, and bulimic symptomatology.