symptom complex

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symp·tom com·plex

n. complejo de síntomas concurrentes que caracterizan una enfermedad.
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Infusion reactions consist of a symptom complex characterized by fever and chills, and on occasion include nausea, vomiting, pain (in some cases at tumor sites), headache, dizziness, dyspnea, hypotension, rash, and asthenia Embryo-Fetal Toxicity
Eye strain (asthenopia) is a symptom complex that involves sensations of irritation to the eye itself, changes in vision (such as blurred or double vision), and associated symptoms such as headache7.
The degree of disability in the surveyed patients was determined by a symptom complex of mostly cognitive and motor disorders, presented in Figure 11.
Based on the review of literature, different studies undertaken and with expert opinion from various fields (behavioral & social scientists, public health experts, and nutritionalist), we came with three broad categories in the construction of the CRSQ which were socio demographic characteristics, nutritional history, and symptom complex which are socially and culturally adaptable.
The other common mode of presentation is a symptom complex called "pelvic congestion syndrome" characterized by symptoms of dysmenorrhea, dyspareunia, postcoital ache, lower abdominal pain, dysuria, and pelvic varices (8).
(6) DO is a urodynamic diagnosis, while OAB is a symptom complex; (7) however, over time, the term DO incorrectly became used interchangeably with the term OAB.
Allergic rhinitis, one of the rhinitis syndromes, is associated with a symptom complex characterised by paroxysms of sneezing, rhinorrhoea, nasal obstruction and itching of the eyes, nose and palate.
"It is extremely important that patients are reviewed properly by a medical practitioner on the whole symptom complex and presentation of their illness, and not treated on the basis of a single laboratory test without supporting clinical evidence."
Although double-blind human studies have not supported the claims, the belief that the condition, known as MSG Symptom Complex, persists.
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.
Thoracic outlet syndrome is a clinical entity which produces a symptom complex with a myriad of presentations, caused by compression of neurovascular structures as they leave the thoracic cage through its upper aperture.
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