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 (sĭm′tə-măt′ĭk, sĭmp′-)
1. Of, relating to, or based on symptoms: symptomatic relief.
2. Constituting a symptom, as of a disease: the rash symptomatic of scarlet fever; a rise in unemployment symptomatic of a weakening economy.

symp′to·mat′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.symptomatically - by symptoms
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2) Although the course of the illness is benign, localized breast amyloidosis may be treated via excision while systemic disease is treated symptomatically or with chemotherapy if an underlying hematologic disorder is found.
Our patient was symptomatically managed with anti-inflammatory drugs and discharged with calcium supplements.
Low blood sugar is seen symptomatically as weakness, collapse, lethargy, and even seizures.
Symptomatically, she was not your typical hyperthyroid patient.
Since it is not curable, it can only be tackled symptomatically.
Among the patients enrolled at the time of the data cutoff for presentation, ADCT-402 has been reasonably well tolerated with the most common treatment emergent adverse events (TEAEs) being fatigue, neutropenia and thrombocytopenia which have been treated symptomatically and, in some cases, with dose delays, reductions and discontinuation.
They were treated symptomatically, some with conservative management and others intervened by ICD.
Around 50% ADRs were managed by symptomatically, whereas others were managed by changing the antitubercular drugs (33.
For some, the paper may offer an introduction to a decolonised body of writing, through the use of the Marxist concept of alienation, which highlights the socio-economic dimension of the social pathology that presents symptomatically in the oppressor-oppressed dynamic of contemporary South African society.
Symptomatically, the sector has already spawned dedicated think tanks and publications, while educating both the workforce and the public has desperately been lagging.
She improved symptomatically and for the last 6 months developed progressive exertional dyspnea.