premonitory sign

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Aunt Eleanor showed premonitory signs of pronouncing an opinion.
The emetic episode of patient 2 during her first treatment could have been a premonitory sign of central nervous system (CNS) oxygen toxicity, since she was slightly febrile, which is known to be a predisposing factor to CNS oxygen toxicity.
Diabetes: Beta-blockade may mask some important premonitory signs of acute hypoglycemia (e.
In 2007, a 14-year-old male killer whale at a marine park in San Antonio, Texas, USA, died suddenly without notable premonitory signs.
Two adult male crimson rosellas (Platycercus elegans) and an adult female eastern rosella (Platycercus eximius) were found dead in their cages in a private aviary in March 2009, April 2010, and February 2010, respectively, without premonitory signs.
We propose that the initial arthritic signs, short-term memory loss, and incoordination were premonitory signs of Bartonella spp.
8,19,21,22) Nestlings of nonbudgerigar psittacine birds with APV manifest the disease as an acute rapidly fatal disease, with no premonitory signs or with clinical signs similar to those described in budgerigar nestlings?
Jakobsson et al(7) reported that 785 patients would be saved from death or disability by recognizing the importance of the premonitory signs of subarachnoid hemorrhage.
2) The clinical presentation can be acute with no premonitory signs, or birds can have a history of vocalization changes and gradual onset of dyspnea.
Three other chicks in the same clutch had died of unknown cause without premonitory signs in the 20 days before the hawk's death.