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This study would establish a fact that turbidity of CSF is not the cardinal symptom for the diagnosis of bacterial meningitis.
However, when major loss of dopaminergic neuron function occurs in PD, more and more impulses are facilitated, leading to the four cardinal symptoms of PD: tremor, bradykinesia, rigidity, and postural instability (Jankovic, 2008).
Diagnostic reevaluation of the case put BPD in the differential diagnoses because of mood lability, severe irritability as a cardinal symptom, lacking efficacy of methylphenidate, and increased frequency of episodes with stimulant treatment, Valproic acid 20 mg/kg/day was started.
Failure of involution of periumbical skin has been reported to be a cardinal symptom [Jorgensen et al.
a cardinal symptom of SAHS in the absence of diuretic therapy and excessive fluid intake or overload.
VERTIGO, a cardinal symptom of Meniere's disease must be one of the worst afflictions that anyone can suffer - the world seems to spin around you, or you feel as if you're spinning uncontrollably.
As reported in this case, diagnosis of isolated cases of EEC can be established when two of the three cardinal symptoms are present, while familial cases are diagnosed with only one cardinal symptom in addition to the presence of a first-degree relative with definitive EEC syndrome [1].
It is important to remember that severe persistent fatigue is the cardinal symptom of CFS.
At the end of the once-daily 28-day treatment period, statistically significant improvements in symptom scores for Nausea, Early Satiety, Excessive Fullness, Postprandial Fullness and total GCSI (Gastroparesis Cardinal Symptom Index), were observed, with p-values of 0.
The Gastroparesis Cardinal Symptom Index (GCSI), a questionnaire for assessing the severity of symptoms associated with gastroparesis, was administered to each subject prior to dosing, on each of the treatment days and at the follow-up visit.
The cardinal symptom in such cases is isolation of affect and intellectualization, which attempts to cover up and often solidify the patient's fear of getting too close to his or her feelings.