prodrome


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prodrome

[′prō‚drōm]
(medicine)
An early or premonitory manifestation of impending disease before the specific symptoms begin.
An aura.
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The findings suggest that a decade's long prodrome of anxiety or depression is common in Parkinson's disease.
Validity of the prodromal risk syndrome for first psychosis: Findings from the North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study.
Prodrome l'a ete moins, en raison en particulier de ses satires prodromiques, tres commentees (par exemple travaux entre autres de Dirk Hesserling--Hubert Pernot et H.
In our patient, the indolent symptoms were indicative prodrome of endocarditis and 11 days later the patient developed VSSS.
At initial evaluation, patients were risk stratified in terms of cardiac syncope with Evaluation of Guidelines in Syncope Study-Multivariate (EGSYS-M) score which consists of six items: palpitations preceding syncope (4 points), history of heart disease or abnormal electrocardiogram in the ED (3 points), syncope during effort (3 points) or while supine (2 points), precipitating or predisposing factors (-1 point), and autonomic prodrome (-1 point).
This patient had direct contact with case-patient A at hospital I from February 24-26, during his febrile prodrome and progression to the cardiopulmonary phase.
On sait par ailleurs que la definition des prodromes, bien qu'elle soit encore controversee car non specifique, rassemble des signes recoupant le hikikomori: isolement social, deterioration des fonctions liees au role, baisse de l'hygiene, perte d'entrain, retrait, anxiete, mefiance, irritabilite, perte d'energie et de motivation, humeur depressive, troubles du sommeil et baisse de la concentration.
It is preceded by a prodrome of diarrhoea, most commonly caused by an infection by shigatoxin-producing Escherichia coli.
Treatment history in the psychosis prodrome: characteristics of the North American Prodrome Longitudinal Study Cohort.
including viral upper respiratory prodrome followed
Prodrome aka pre-headache can occur a few hours or even a few days before the onset of the migraine episode.
A systemic prodrome of fever and malaise often coincides with the primary outbreak.