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A valid and reliable questionnaire tool was framed in interpreting the symptom complex among medical students.
As a symptom complex, uninvestigated dyspepsia does not have a single underlying pathological mechanism.
Patients with Khasanov symptom complex are prescribed operative intervention--septum surgery (septectomy) with cresto- and suturotomy.
However, it can be accurately diagnosed with a symptom complex of longstanding progressive dysphagia, regurgitation and weight loss, and a timed barium swallow examination.
The acute symptom complex that appears several weeks after exposure is often called Katayama fever, having been described in Katayama district near Hiroshima in Japan in 1847 (10).
For the irritability symptom complex, physicians also often prescribe other atypical antipsychotics, such as olanzapine (Zyprexa), quetiapine (Seroquel), ziprasidone (Geodon), and aripiprazole (Abilify), he said.
excluding other possible causes of the symptom complex.
A prospective study on silicone breast implants and the silicone-related symptom complex.
Insomnia and the symptom complex of snoring and sleepiness also significantly predicted heartburn during sleep.
The FASEB report, published in 1995, identified two groups of people who may develop MSG symptom complex, a term used in the report to refer to a variety of symptoms, including headache, burning sensation, facial pressure or tightness, chest pain, palpitation, nausea, drowsiness, weakness, and numbness.
The sum of all the symptoms expressed by a host plant from the time it is initially infected until it either recovers or dies is known as the symptom complex.
For example, nausea and vomiting would be considered to be part of the symptom complex for gastroenteritis.