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The intention-to-treat population of 1,591 patients with confirmed influenza had a significant 21% shorter time to clinical symptom alleviation, compared with the intention-to-treat infected population of 1,302 patients who received placebo (97.
The main clinical symptoms of cystitis glandularis accompanied with upper urinary tract obstruction were renal or abdominal pain; a few patients had nausea, vomiting, bladder irritation, hematuria and fever.
After one month of treatment with silymarin, combined with other routine treatments, patients showed a significant improvement in the severity of clinical symptoms of allergic rhinitis.
Although very rare, tumors of the urethrovaginal/vesicovaginal spaces are benign and surgical enucleation after diagnostic imaging (US, MSCT, magnetic resonance imaging) is final treatment with good prognosis and absence of clinical symptoms of dyspareunia, chronic pelvic pain, dysuria and incontinence.
These endpoints include the key clinical symptoms such as blood in stool, number of stools, and mucosal healing, respectively.
Treatment was determined as effective if some clinical symptoms still remained but relieved compared to before treatment and mucosal lesions reduced for more than 50% under gastroscope.
High frequency of persistent viral infections with various representatives of the microflora, uncertain clinical symptoms and asymptomatic course for a long time were the main reasons for inadequate attitude to these diseases [7, 8, 9, 10].
However, as modern medicine hones new techniques--primarily brain imaging and biomarker testing--to identify people who do not yet have clinical symptoms but are at risk for Alzheimer's, the focus in clinical trials is shifting from people with dementia to people with no symptoms but who do have imaging and biofluid signs of pathology
Solitary extramedullary plasmacytoma is a rare hematologic malignancy with nonspecific clinical symptoms and imaging findings.
This will ensure that related symptoms are concluded a case of food poisoning or a food-borne disease only when clinical symptoms, food samples and lab tests tally.
To find out whether how these changes affected people with the Huntington's gene before clinical symptoms begin, Julie Stout of Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, and her colleagues selected 119 people who had the gene but no symptoms.
Illustrated with color images, each disease chapter describes its pathophysiology, epidemiology, clinical symptoms, management principles, electrocardiographic features, electrophysiological testing, and ablation.

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