Cardinal signs

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(Astron.) Aries, Libra, Cancer, and Capricorn.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Estrus expression ranking (maximum score being 100) was done based on cardinal signs (standing heat, mucous discharge, vulvar swelling, micturition, restlessness, bellowing sound, mounting, redness of vaginal mucosa, sniffing, chin resting, aggression).
In this syndrome, tissues remote from the original insult display the cardinal signs of inflammation, including vasodilation, increased microvascular permeability, and leukocyte accumulation.
Three of the four cardinal signs can be seen in common inflammatory mimics such as psoriasis or seborrheic dermatitis: alopecia, erythema, and scaling.
Cardinal signs of clinical mastitisThe infected quarter shows signs of Swellingbr Painful to touch, br Warm, br Redness br Loss of functionbr Milk may have clots, flakes, discoloured serum or blood.
Classical presentation of PFAPA is recurrent episodes of fever, which occurs at intervals of 3 to 5 weeks associated with one of the following cardinal signs: aphthous ulceration, stomatitis, tonsillitis, and cervical adenitis [3, 4].
These are two cardinal signs of polycystic ovary syndrome so get checked out by your GP.
One of the cardinal signs of low thyroid is dry skin.
(8) Cardinal signs of pharyngoesophageal perforation that should prompt the anesthetist to investigate the possibility of this type of injury are subcutaneous cervical emphysema, fever, neck pain, and dysphagia.
The Sun and Mercury conjunct Uranus as part of a Grand Cross with Jupiter, Mars and Pluto - and all six planets are in cardinal signs. April showers a heck of a lot of planetary energy into the cosmos.
Family, relationships and career are the dominant areas of all cardinal signs right now so, wherever you feel new energy is needed, get to it.
The first section covers the basic principles of pathology, types of diseases, cardinal signs and symptoms, diagnostic procedures, and principles of therapy, while the second presents the main diseases of different organ systems, with information on physiology, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, pathomechanisms, the clinical picture, and therapeutic management.
Rest tremor, bradykinesia, rigidity and loss of postural reflexes are generally considered the cardinal signs of PD.