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Audiograms were not done, but patients were asked about possible prodromal signs of ototoxicity during return clinic examinations.
In a small randomized trial, 31 outpatients with prodromal symptoms of schizophrenia received 5-15 mg/day of olanzapine, and 29 took placebo during a 1-year double-blind treatment period.
Vaginal delivery was permitted if there were no clinical signs or prodromal symptoms of HSV recurrence.
Quick contact tracing would be even more essential if substantial transmission would take place during the prodromal period of infection as is assumed by some authors (11,12).
After a prodromal period of 2 to 7 days, respiratory symptoms appear with dyspnea, respiratory failure, and hemodynamic instability.
The discovery of a biomarker could also help clinicians identify patients in the very earliest - perhaps even prodromal - disease state, she said.
Among the 274 patients for whom the clinical information was recorded, prodromal bloody diarrhea was reported in 48%, nonbloody diarrhea in 30%, and no diarrhea in 22%.
d begun by the patient at the first indication of a recurrence or a prodromal cue of a recurrence.
Most patients experience some degree of cognitive symptoms during the course of their disease, even during the prodromal phase.
Braverman, MD, points out that dementia typically begins between ages 70 to 80, with a 20 to 30 year prodromal illness starting from ages 40 to 50 called mild/moderate cognitive impairment (MCI).
05), yet they did not differ significantly in duration of the prodromal period.
Second, because identifying a prodromal stage of Alzheimer's will, eventually, be key to developing new therapies.