Prognosis

The expected outcome of a disease, condition or operation.

Prognosis

Forecast of the probable course of a disease.

prognosis

[n] - a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop 2. [n] - a prediction of the course of a disease
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Prognosis

The likelihood of survival and recovery from a disease as anticipated from the usual course of that disease and proposed treatments.
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Prognosis

The likely outlook for someone with a disease. In other words, whether it is likely to be cured or controlled with treatment.
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Prognosis

a doctor's probable forecast of the effects and outcome of a disease
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Prognosis

A prognosis is a prediction of the possible outcome of a disease or condition.
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Prognosis

An assessment of the expected future course and outcome of a person's disease.
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Prognosis

A forecast of the course, duration and outcome of a disease
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Prognosis

A forecast as to the probable result of an illness, particularly with regard to the prospect of recovery.
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Prognosis

A doctor's assessment of how long it will take for a patient to recover.
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Prognosis

Prognosis: 1. The expected course of a disease. 2. The patient's chance of recovery. The prognosis predicts the outcome of a disease and therefore the future for the patient. His prognosis is grim, for example, while hers is good. The word prognosis comes from the Greek prognostikos (of knowledge beforehand). It combines pro (before) and gnosis (a ...
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Prognosis

Prog·no'sis noun [ Latin , from Greek ..., from ... to know beforehand; ... before + ... to know. See Know .] (Medicine) The act or art of foretelling the course and termination of a disease; also, the outlook afforded by this act of judgment; as, the prognosis of hydrophobia is bad...
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prognosis

A forecast as to the probable outcome of an attack or disease, the prospect as to recovery from a disease as indicated by the nature and symptoms of the case. ... Origin: Gr. Prognosis = foreknowledge ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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prognosis

prospect noun a prediction of the course of a disease
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prognosis

forecast noun a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop
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prognosis

(prog-no´sis) a forecast of the probable course and outcome of an attack of disease and the prospects of recovery, made after considering the nature of the disease and its symptoms. adj., prognos´tic., adj.
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Prognosis

• (n.) The act or art of foretelling the course and termination of a disease; also, the outlook afforded by this act of judgment; as, the prognosis of hydrophobia is bad.
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prognosis

(from the article `diagnosis`) ...yellow bile, and black bile. The Greeks emphasized the value of observation, including bodily signs and excretions. The focus, however, was more ... The prognosis of bone cancer depends on both the type of cancer and the extent to which it has spread. Bone cancer most frequently spreads to the ... Th...
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prognosis

(Gr. prognosis foreknowledge) a forecast as to the probable outcome of an attack of disease; the prospect as to recovery from a disease as indicated by the nature and symptoms of the case.
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prognosis

prognosis 1. A forecast as to the probable outcome of an attack or disease, the prospect as to recovery from a disease as indicated by the nature and symptoms of the case. 2. A medical opinion as to the likely course and outcome of a disease. 3. A prediction about how a given situation will develop. 4. A forecast or prognostication: 'There is an...
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Prognosis

Telling a person now what is likely to happen in the future because of having a disease.
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prognosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: prog-nō′sis Definitions: 1. A forecast of the probable course and/or outcome of a disease.
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PROGNOSIS

The outlook for recovery from a disease.
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Prognosis

the assessment of the future course and outcome of a disease.
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