Symptom

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

Symptom

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

Symptom

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

(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

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

[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

• (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

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

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

A sign or indication that a person has a condition or disease. Some examples of symptoms are headache, fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and pain.
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Symptom

A subjective manifestation of a pathological condition. Symptoms are reported by the affected indivi
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symptom

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

a visible response of a host plant to a pathogenic organism.
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symptom

An indication of disease, illness, injury or that something is not right in the body; symptoms are felt or noticed by a person, but may not easily be noticed by anyone else; chills, weakness, shortness of breath, and a cough may be symptoms of pneumonia
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symptom

An indication that a person has a condition or disease. Some examples of symptoms are headache, fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and pain.
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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

Any change or manifestation in the body suggestive of disease as perceived by the sufferer. Symptoms are subjective phenomena. In strict usage, symptoms are events or changes reported by the patient; signs are noted by the doctor during the patient's examination
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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

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

Asking the patient about his or her symptoms is the subjective part of a healthcare provider's asses
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