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symp·tom

 (sĭm′təm, sĭmp′-)
n.
1. An indication of a disorder or disease, especially a subjective one such as pain, nausea, or weakness.
2. A characteristic sign or indication of the existence of something else: drought and erratic rainfall as symptoms of climate change.

[Middle English sinthoma, symptom of a disease, from Medieval Latin sinthōma, from Late Latin symptōma, from Greek sumptōma, sumptōmat-, a happening, symptom of a disease, from sumpiptein, sumptō-, to coincide : sun-, syn- + piptein, to fall; see pet- in Indo-European roots.]

symp′tom·less adj.
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symptom

(ˈsɪmptəm)
n
1. (Medicine) med any sensation or change in bodily function experienced by a patient that is associated with a particular disease. Compare sign9
2. any phenomenon or circumstance accompanying something and regarded as evidence of its existence; indication
[C16: from Late Latin symptōma, from Greek sumptōma chance, from sumpiptein to occur, from syn- + piptein to fall]
ˈsymptomless adj
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symp•tom

(ˈsɪmp təm)

n.
1. any phenomenon or circumstance accompanying something and serving as evidence of it.
2. a sign or indication of something.
3. a phenomenon that arises from and accompanies a particular disease or disorder and serves as an indication of it.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Late Latin symptōma < Greek sýmptōma occurrence, attribute, symptom =symptō-, s. of sympiptein to fall together, happen (sym- sym- + piptein to fall) + -ma, n. suffix of result]
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symp·tom

(sĭm′təm)
A sign or an indication of a disorder or disease, usually a noticeable change in how a person feels or looks. Sore throat, headache, and higher than normal counts of white blood cells in the blood are symptoms of certain infections.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.symptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular diseasesymptom - (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
evidence, grounds - your basis for belief or disbelief; knowledge on which to base belief; "the evidence that smoking causes lung cancer is very compelling"
medical specialty, medicine - the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques
crepitation rale - the crackling sound heard on auscultation when patients with respiratory diseases inhale; associated with tuberculosis and pneumonia and congestive heart failure
hypermenorrhea, menorrhagia - abnormally heavy or prolonged menstruation; can be a symptom of uterine tumors and can lead to anemia if prolonged
alkalinuria, alkaluria - a condition in which the urine (which is normally slightly acidic) is alkaline
eosinopenia - a decrease in the number of eosinophils in the blood
haemoglobinemia, hemoglobinemia - presence of excessive hemoglobin in the blood plasma
haemoptysis, hemoptysis - coughing up blood from the respiratory tract; usually indicates a severe infection of the bronchi or lungs
albuminuria, proteinuria - the presence of excessive protein (chiefly albumin but also globulin) in the urine; usually a symptom of kidney disorder
aminoaciduria - abnormal presence of amino acids in the urine; usually a symptom of metabolic defects
ammoniuria - excessive ammonia in the urine
Jacquemier's sign - a purplish discoloration of the mucous membrane of the vagina that occurs early in pregnancy
Kayser-Fleischer ring - a pigmented ring at the outer edge of the cornea of the eye; a symptom of Wilson's disease
keratomalacia - softening and drying and ulceration of the cornea resulting from vitamin A deficiency; symptom of cystic fibrosis or sprue
Kernig's sign - symptom of meningitis; patient cannot extend the leg at the knee when the thigh is flexed because of stiffness in the hamstrings
acetonemia, ketonemia, ketosis - an abnormal increase of ketone bodies in the blood as in diabetes mellitus
Koplik's spots - small red spots with white centers found on the mucous membranes of the mouth and tongue; symptom of measles that appears one or two days before the measles rash appears
glycosuria - the presence of abnormally high levels of sugar in the urine
lymphuria - the presence of lymph in the urine
monocytosis - increase in the number of monocytes in the blood; symptom of monocytic leukemia
thrombocytosis - increase in the number of platelets in the blood which tends to cause clots to form; associated with many neoplasms and chronic infections and other diseases
ochronosis - an accumulation of dark pigment in cartilage and other connective tissue; usually a symptom of alkaptonuria or phenol poisoning
hypercalcaemia, hypercalcemia - the presence of abnormally high levels of calcium in the blood; usually the result of excessive bone resorption in hyperparathyroidism or Paget's disease
hypocalcaemia, hypocalcemia - abnormally low level of calcium in the blood; associated with hypoparathyroidism or kidney malfunction or vitamin D deficiency
hypercalcinuria, hypercalciuria - the presence of abnormally high levels of calcium in the urine; usually the result of excessive bone resorption in hyperparathyroidism or osteoporosis
hypercholesteremia, hypercholesterolemia - the presence of an abnormal amount of cholesterol in the cells and plasma of the blood; associated with the risk of atherosclerosis
hyperkalemia - higher than normal levels of potassium in the circulating blood; associated with kidney failure or sometimes with the use of diuretic drugs
hypokalemia - abnormally low level of potassium in the circulating blood leading to weakness and heart abnormalities; associated with adrenal tumors or starvation or taking diuretics
kaliuresis, kaluresis - the presence of excess potassium in the urine
natriuresis - the presence of abnormally large amounts of sodium in the urine
hypoproteinemia - abnormally low level of protein in the blood; can indicate inadequate diet or intestinal or renal disorders
hypernatremia - excessive amounts of sodium in the blood; possibly indicating diabetes insipidus
hyponatremia - abnormally low level of sodium in the blood; associated with dehydration
hypersplenism - enlarged spleen and a decrease in one or more types of blood cells; associated with many disorders
acetonuria, ketoaciduria, ketonuria - excessive amounts of ketone bodies in the urine as in diabetes mellitus or starvation
amenia, amenorrhea, amenorrhoea - absence or suppression of normal menstrual flow
2.symptom - anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X's existence
indicant, indication - something that serves to indicate or suggest; "an indication of foul play"; "indications of strain"; "symptoms are the prime indicants of disease"
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symptom

noun
1. sign, mark, indication, warning patients with flu symptoms
2. manifestation, sign, indication, mark, warning, evidence, expression, proof, token, portent, augury Your problem with sleep is just a symptom of a larger problem.
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symptom

noun
Something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else:
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Translations
příznaksymptom
symptom
sümptom
oire
simptom
tünet
gejala
sjúkdómseinkenni
症状
증상
simptomassimptomiškas
pazīmesimptoms
symptóm
simptom
symptomsymtom
อาการของโรค
belirtisemptom
triệu chứng

symptom

[ˈsɪmptəm] n
[illness] → symptôme m
(fig) [problem, bad situation] → symptôme m
the symptoms of social breakdown → les symptômes de la fracture sociale
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symptom

n (lit, fig)Symptom nt
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symptom

[ˈsɪmptəm] nsintomo
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symptom

(ˈsimptəm) noun
something that a person suffers from that indicates a particular disease. abdominal pain is a symptom of appendicitis.
ˌsymptoˈmatic (-ˈmӕtik) adjective
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symptom

عَلَامَة příznak symptom Symptom σύμπτωμα síntoma oire symptôme simptom sintomo 症状 증상 symptoom symptop objaw sintoma симптом symtom อาการของโรค belirti triệu chứng 症状
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symp·tom

n. síntoma, manifestación o indicio de una enfermedad según se percibe por el paciente;
constitutional ______ constitucional;
delayed ______ demorado;
objective ______ objetivo;
pathognomic ______ patognómico;
presenting ______ presente;
prodromal ______ prodrómico;
withdrawal ______ de supresión.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

symptom

n síntoma m
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