Symptom

A physical sign that a person has a condition or disease, eg nausea, vomiting or pain.

Symptom

A visible abnormal change in a host (including behaviour) as a result of pest infestation or infection.

Symptom

evidence of disease or damage.
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symptom

A visible abnormality in a plant that results from disease.
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symptom

[n] - (medical) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease 2. [n] - anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X`s existence
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Symptom

An outwardly invisible correlate of a disease or injury, and one therefore which can only be detected by listening to the subjective report of the patient. [Compare sign.]
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Symptom

A sign or an indication of disorder or disease, especially when experienced by an individual as a change from normal function, sensation, or appearance.
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Symptom

The symptoms of an injury or disease are the sensations that the patient experiences and can describe.
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symptom

Any subjective evidence of a disease or an effect induced by a substance as perceived by the affected subject.
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Symptom

(Symptoms) Anything noticed by a patient that indicates there is something wrong. Can help the doctor diagnose a particular disease.
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Symptom

What a patient feels and describes about a disease, such as a headache or nausea
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Symptom

Indication of the presence of a disease or disorder.
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Symptom

Symptom: Any subjective evidence of disease. Anxiety, lower back pain, and fatigue are all symptoms. They are sensations only the patient can perceive. In contrast, a sign is objective evidence of disease. A bloody nose is a sign. It is evident to the patient, doctor, nurse and other observers. Common Misspellings: symtom
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Symptom

Symp'tom noun [ French symptôme , Greek ... anything that has befallen one, a chance, causality, symptom, from ... to fall together; sy`n with + ... to fall; akin to Sanskrit pat to fly, to fall. See Syn- , and confer Asymptote , Feather .] 1. ...
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symptom

Any subjective evidence of disease or of a patients condition, i.e. Such evidence as perceived by the patient, a change in a patients condition indicative of some bodily or mental state. ... Origin: L. Symptoma, Gr. Symptoma = anything that has befallen one ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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symptom

noun anything that accompanies X and is regarded as an indication of X`s existence
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symptom

noun (medicine) any sensation or change in bodily function that is experienced by a patient and is associated with a particular disease
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symptom

(simp´tәm) any indication of disease perceived by the patient.
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Symptom

• (n.) A sign or token; that which indicates the existence of something else; as, corruption in elections is a symptom of the decay of public virtue. • (n.) Any affection which accompanies disease; a perceptible change in the body or its functions, which indicates disease, or the kind or phases of disease; as, the causes of disease often ...
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symptom

(from the article `human disease`) Disease may be acute, chronic, malignant, or benign. Of these terms, chronic and acute have to do with the duration of a disease, malignant and ... The variety of symptoms, the internal and external expressions of disease, that result from any disease form the symptom complex, which, together ... Th...
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symptom

(L. symptoma; Gr. symptoma anything that has befallen one) any subjective evidence of disease or of a patient's condition, i.e. such evidence as perceived by the patient; a change in a patient's condition indicative of some bodily or mental state.
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symptom

symptom 1. A characteristic sign or indication of the existence of something else. 2. A sign or an indication of disorder or disease, especially when experienced by an individual as a change from normal function, sensation, or appearance. 3. Etymology: from about 1541, earlier sinthoma (1398), from Medieval Latin (c.700-c.1500) sinthoma, 'symptom...
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Symptom

A symptom (from Greek σύμπτωμα, `accident, misfortune, that which befalls`, from συμπίπτω, `I befall`, from συν- `together, with` and πίπτω, `I fall`) is a departure from normal function or feeling which is noticed by a patient, indicating the presence of disease or abnormality. A symptom is subjective, observed by ...
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Symptom

A sign of disease. Having to urinate often is a symptom of diabetes.
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symptom

Type: Term Pronunciation: simp′tŏm Definitions: 1. Any morbid phenomenon or departure from the normal in structure, function, or sensation, experienced by the patient and indicative of disease.
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