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The severity of 5 accessory symptoms of hypertension (irritability, anxiety, sleep disorder, hot flushes, and facial suffusion) and 4 general symptoms (headache/heavy-headedness, shoulder stiffness, dizziness, and malaise) was classified into the following 4 grades at 2-week intervals during both the observation and treatment periods:</p> <pre> -
The 21-year-old reported 6 general symptoms within 4 weeks after exposure, including fatigue, abdominal pain, nausea/vomiting, hiccoughs, chest pain, and difficulty breathing, but he did not fulfill the definition of a suspected case because he did not exhibit fever or bleeding.
Two scales, the General Symptom Distress Scale (GSDS) and the Functional Status Questionnaire (FSQ), were administered preoperatively and postoperatively on days 1, 4, and 7.
even tuberculosis can cause the infection, she said and added that general symptoms of pneumonia include cough, which may or may not produce chills, fever, sweats, chest pain and shortness of breath.
General symptoms of a stroke, according to Dr Walia Murshida Huda, Senior Medical Officer, Healthians, MBBS, MBA (H.
He explained that the general symptoms take the form of chest pain, irregular heartbeats and shortness of breath.
Even though it would be easy to diagnose this patient with fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS), other conditions should be excluded because these general symptoms are common to many diagnoses.
It can also cause more general symptoms like tiredness, headaches, joint pain, fever and swollen glands.
General symptoms include malaise, fatigue, weight loss and fever and they can be related with different extra-articular manifestations e.
The general symptoms are supposed to be cough, fever, sore throat, runny nose, body ache, headache and chills.
APS patients have positive symptoms, negative symptoms, disorganized symptoms, and non-specific general symptoms, such as depressed and anxious mood, increased/decreased appetite.

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