symptom complex

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symp·tom com·plex

n. complejo de síntomas concurrentes que caracterizan una enfermedad.
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Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome (NMS): NMS, a potentially fatal symptom complex, has been reported with antipsychotics drugs.
Dyspepsia is a common presenting symptom complex in primary care all over the world, accounting for 3-4% of primary healthcare visits.
These reactions -- known as MSG symptom complex -- include: headache; flushing; sweating; facial pressure or tightness; numbness, tingling or burning in the face, neck and other areas; rapid, fluttering heartbeats; chest pain; nausea; weakness.
Transient auditory dysfunction (TAD) is a previously undescribed symptom complex of unknown cause.
Behcet's disease, currently classified as a vasculitis, is a systemic inflammatory disorder first described in 1937 as a triple symptom complex of aphthae, genital ulcers, and hypopyon uveitis (6).
The definition of addiction has evolved from describing a pattern of habits, to a physical dependence (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual III), to a symptom complex of compulsive substance use, loss of control, and continued use despite adverse consequences (DSM-IV).
1] Urgency is a pathological symptom, which leads to the rest of the urinary symptom complex - reduced intervoid interval, nocturia, incontinence and reduced urinary volume.
A condition called MSG symptom complex causes some people who are affected by MSG to experience symptoms such as a burning sensation in the back of the neck, forearms, and chest; dizziness; facial pressure or tightness; chest pain; headache; nausea; and a rapid heartbeat, particularly when they eat large amounts of MSG on an empty stomach.
Physicians should become familiar with the symptom complex that suggests the possibility of this disease.
Rare deaths associated with an infusion reaction symptom complex have occurred within 24 hours of rituximab (Rituxan) infusions.
Chronic venous insufficiency is the symptom complex associated with the compromised return of venous blood from the legs due to varicose veins.
The acute symptom complex that appears several weeks after exposure is often called Katayama fever, having been described in Katayama district near Hiroshima in Japan in 1847 (10).