symptomological

symptomological

(ˌsɪmptəməˈlɒdʒɪkəl) or

symptomatologic

adj
(Medicine) relating to symptomology
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CONCLUSION: Assimilation of atlas is a common congenital anomaly in the cranio-vertebral region; therefore the skilled clinician should be aware of atlanto -occipital fusion which may exist without any typical symptomological presentation.
Treatment of acute pain would appear to be best focused on addressing the symptomological distress (i.
Influence of plant age on infection and symptomological studies on urdbean leaf crinkle viruse in urdbean (Vigna mungo).
The Eye and the Gaze in Heart of Darkness: A Symptomological Reading.
The Lacanian analysis of paranoia emphatically identifies its symptomological mechanism as a breakdown of the linguistic function of differentiation, as a failure, refusal, or inability of the subject to differentiate between imaginary and symbolic, between signifier and signifieds, between its own thoughts and desires and the thoughts and desires of others, between images and memories, or between a prototypical persecutor and subjects recruited to fill that role.