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  Symptom - Glossary Entry - Genetics Home Reference
Symptom - Glossary Entry - Genetics Home Reference
Some examples of symptoms are headache, fever, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, and pain.
Subjective evidence of disease or physical disturbance observed by the patient symptom of many diseases> symptom of retinal arteriosclerosis>; broadly: something that indicates the presence of a physical disorder.
ghr.nlm.nih.gov /ghr/glossary/symptoms   (94 words)

  symptom: definition, usage and pronunciation - YourDictionary.com
"The affair is a symptom of a global marital disturbance; it is not the disturbance itself"
Something visible or evident that gives grounds for believing in the existence or presence of something else: badge, evidence, index, indication, indicator, manifestation, mark, note, sign, signification, stamp, token, witness.
, symptom of a disease, from Medieval Latin
www.yourdictionary.com /ahd/s/s0961700.html   (97 words)

  Symptom - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Thus, symptoms may be loosely classified as strong, mild or weak.
The symptom that leads to a diagnosis is called a cardinal symptom.
To eliminate the effect, a Root cause analysis is performed which traces the symptom to its cause and again through the cause's cause and so on until the subsytem is identified that can be changed to eliminate the symptom.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Symptom   (545 words)

 Symptom - Medical Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A symptom is a sensation or change in health function experienced by a patient.
It is a subjective report, as opposed to a sign, which is objective evidence of the presence of a disease or disorder.
Tiredness, heat intolerance, or nausea would all be symptoms of a disease.
www.nursingstudy.com /encyclopedia/Symptom.html   (76 words)

 Symptoms deep dive, Part 1: The autonomic computing symptoms format
The symptom definition expresses the conditions used by the monitor component to recognize the existence of a symptom, and the symptom description specifies the unique characteristics of a particular symptom that is recognized.
Most of the time, symptoms are closely connected to the self-healing discipline of autonomic computing because their primary intent is to indicate a problem, which is in the realm of the self-healing discipline.
Symptom definitions must be compatible with their respective correlation engines implemented by the autonomic manager that processes the symptom definition.
www.ibm.com /developerworks/autonomic/library/ac-symptom1/index.html?ca=dat-   (3437 words)

 impotence-symptom   (Site not responding. Last check: )
These symptoms are due to the fact the worn out discs cause pain and do not function well as they shrink, and also due to the space available for the nerve roots and the spinal cord shrinks.
Symptoms such as numbness and tingling, and weakness in the muscles of the arms are warning signs that the condition may be more serious.
Symptoms of cervical spondylolysis can be caused by either the spinal cord compression or nerve root damage which is due to the instability of the spinal segment.
www.yourdiagnosis.com /impotence/impotence-symptom.htm   (5764 words)

 Symptoms deep dive, Part 3: Classify your symptoms
To identify symptoms, a standard symptom taxonomy is an excellent starting point -- although it is not the only tool you need for this task -- because it provides a common framework with which symptoms authors can expand and promote the reuse of their individual symptoms in a more standardized way.
Symptom metadata is common information present in all kinds of management knowledge; because a symptom is one of the types of knowledge supported by an autonomic manager, it must contain knowledge metadata.
As such, one valid way to categorize symptoms would be with respect to the sources of composed information that are part of the symptom, but because the symptom instance already carries the correlation trail of a symptom (pointers to the components of the symptom), this categorization alternative is unnecessary.
www.ibm.com /developerworks/autonomic/library/ac-symptom3/index.html?ca=drs-   (2386 words)

 Community Cancer Care: Symptom Management
Participating in symptom management is of key importance because it enables patients to focus their time on feeling better.
Fatigue is the most common symptom associated with cancer and its treatment - affecting about 90% of all cancer patients at some time during their illness.
While these symptoms may be caused by the treatment, they can also be due to other changes in the body that can accompany cancer.
www.cccoutreach.com /symptom_management   (1176 words)

 symptom   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tertiary symptoms are the unavoidable psychological, vocational, and social problems that occur with chronic disease.
The pharmacological approach to symptom management is emphasized, while understanding that rehabilitation and medications cannot be separated in the real life alleviation of MS symptoms.
Secondary symptoms occur because of the primary symptoms.
home.earthlink.net /~robert016/symptom.htm   (4675 words)

 PMS - Symptoms - WomensHealthChannel
The symptoms vary from woman to woman and cycle to cycle.
For some women, the symptoms may be mild or moderate, and for others, they may be so severe as to be incapacitating.
Nervous system symptoms: insomnia (sleeplessness), hypersomnia (sleeping for abnormally long periods of time), anorexia (loss of appetite), food cravings, fatigue, lethargy, agitation, a change in sex drive, clumsiness, dizziness or vertigo, paresthesia (prickling or tingling sensation)
www.womenshealthchannel.com /pms/symptoms.shtml   (151 words)

 Symptom Inventories
There are Child Symptom Inventories for three different age groups, Early Childhood Inventory- 4 (ages 3 to 5 years), Child Symptom Inventory- 4 (ages 5 to 12 years), and Adolescent Symptom Inventory- 4 (ages 12 to 18 years), and a self- report measure for adolescent patients, Youth’s Inventory- 4 (ages 12 to 18 years).
Moreover, it is possible to receive a Symptom Severity score in the 90th percentile and yet not have the prerequisite symptoms for a diagnosis.
Symptom Inventory- 4 (ASI- 4) is a behavior rating scale that screens for DSM- IV emotional and behavioral disorders in youths between 12 and 18 years old.
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 symptom - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about symptom   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In strict usage, symptoms are events or changes reported by the patient;; signs are noted by the doctor during the patient's examination.
No sooner, therefore, had this symptom appeared, than he had immediate recourse to the said remedy, which though, as it is usual in all very efficacious medicines, it at first seemed to heighten and inflame the disease, soon produced a total calm, and restored the patient to perfect ease and tranquillity.
It may have been a flash of honesty in him; or mere prudential policy which, under the circumstance, imperiously forbade the slightest symptom of open disaffection, however transient, in the important chief officer of his ship.
encyclopedia.farlex.com /symptom   (240 words)

 Symptom - Psychology Wiki   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A symptom may loosely be said to be a physical condition which indicates a particular illness or disorder (e.g.
Some symptoms, such as nausea, occur in a wide range of disease processes, whereas other symptoms are fairly specific for a narrow range of illnesses.
The terms "chief complaint", "presenting symptom", or "presenting complaint" is used to describe the initial concern which brings a patient to a doctor.
psychology.wikia.com /wiki/Symptoms   (649 words)

 Medical Symptom Encyclopedia - A Great Resource of Information   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Medical Encyclopedia List of Topics: Anatomy Disabilities Diseases Obstetrics Surgical Procedures Symptom Symptom A symptom is a sensation or change in health function experienced by a patient.
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www.encyclopediasource.com /medicalsymptomencyclopedia   (1273 words)

 Chapter 16: Somatization and Symptoms Evaluation: Measuring Multiple Symptoms
Besides multiple symptoms, there are also multiple dimensions of a single symptom that can be measured (as previously mentioned) including severity, temporal factors (frequency and duration of episodes), and functional impairment.
If one is studying a population with a particular symptom, one could insert the particular symptom being studied (pain, dizziness, fatigue) for the word "symptoms".
Scales with a fixed set of symptoms are useful in that they have typically been validated in a larger number of subjects and also allow comparison of the same set of symptoms or dimensions across patients with the same disorder as well as across different types of disorders which may share common symptoms.
painconsortium.nih.gov /symptomresearch/chapter_16/sec15/ckks15pg1.htm   (565 words)

 PA-05-004: Symptom Clusters in Cancer and Immune Disorders
A strong rationale for selecting a group of symptoms as a cluster, and not just two or more symptoms that exist at the same time in members of a patient population, must be given.
In sum, studies of characteristics of symptom clusters or interventions for symptom clusters throughout the lifespan of persons with immune disorders (acquired or autoimmune) and cancer (current or past) are encouraged.
It is possible that research in symptom cluster identification and the interactions of symptoms could yield important information on the underlying pathology of autoimmune disorders, and lead to improved treatment for this important category of disease and dysfunction.
grants.nih.gov /grants/guide/pa-files/PA-05-004.html   (5184 words)

 Information on Potential Breast Cancer Symptoms
A common breast cancer symptom is a change in the size or shape of one of your breasts.
Another breast cancer symptom is a thickening or lump in or near the breast or in the underarm.
If you have seen a doctor for a breast cancer symptom and have been diagnosed with breast cancer, it is important that you gather all the information you need to make educated decisions about treatment.
www.cancercenter.com /breast-cancer-symptom.htm   (488 words)

 Community Cancer Care: Symptom Monitor
The "Symptom Monitor" is a computer-automated system that utilizes the technologies of both the touch-tone telephone and the Internet to enable patients to provide home-based ratings of their symptoms between office visits with their oncologist and oncology nurses.
This is used to allow the patient care team to easily, conveniently, and quickly assess and regularly monitor symptoms their patients are experiencing and how the symptoms are interfering with their daily activities in order to address them in a timely manner.
During these telephone calls, patients are asked a series of questions about the symptoms they are experiencing due to cancer treatment and how these symptoms are interfering with their daily activities.
www.cccoutreach.com /symptom_management/symptom_monitor.php   (533 words)

 Uhthoff's symptom - multiple sclerosis encyclopaedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Uhthoff's symptom is a condition most commonly observed multiple sclerosis and particularly in Optic Neuritis where small increases in body temperature (hyperthermia) caused by exercise, hot baths or showers or otherwise, cause a worsening of symptoms.
The Uhthoff induced symptoms tend to go away as the body returns to its correct temperature after anything from several minutes to a few hours has passed.
One explanation of Uhthoff's symptom is that hyperthermia induces a heat-linked neuro-blockade of partially demyelinated axons.
www.mult-sclerosis.org /Uhthoffssymptom.html   (182 words)

 Medical Symptoms and Signs of Disease - Index   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It is very helpful to evaluate symptoms and signs in diagnosing the causes of health problems and in monitoring the status of diagnosed diseases.
Moreover, assessment of symptoms and signs is important during treatment with medications in order to determine the effectiveness of treatment and the development of side effects.
A symptom is a phenomenon that is experienced by an individual.
www.medicinenet.com /symptoms_and_signs/article.htm   (408 words)

 Aaa_unused symptom qualifiers - WrongDiagnosis.com
Symptoms may appear in infants or children or may be milder in later life.
Symptoms of inflammatory rosacea, Symptoms of rhinophyma:, Symptoms of prerosacea, Symptoms of vascular rosacea
The distinction between a symptom and complication is not always clear, and conditions mentioning this symptom as a complication may also be relevant.
www.wrongdiagnosis.com /sym/aaa_unused_symptom_qualifiers.htm   (1214 words)

 Symptom Research - Symptom Assessment Tools - M. D. Anderson Cancer Center
Other symptoms like fatigue, nausea, vomiting, shortness of breath, and psychological distress add to the burden of having cancer.
The Department of Symptom Research has been working since 1979 to design assessment tools for symptoms experienced by cancer patients to determine their severity, and how they affect quality of life.
In an effort to track the symptoms of outpatients, we have developed the Symptom Assessment System, using the latest in interactive voice response technology.
www.mdanderson.org /departments/prg/dIndex.cfm?pn=0EE78204-6646-11D5-812400508B603A14   (416 words)

 Symptom - Wikinfo
A symptom is a sensation or change in health function experienced by a patient.
It is a subjective report, as opposed to a sign, which is objective evidence of the presence of a disease or disorder.
Tiredness, heat intolerance, or nausea would all be symptoms of a disease.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Symptom   (448 words)

 Chapter 16: Somatization and Symptoms Evaluation: Measuring Somatization
Finally, the PHQ-15, or other multi-symptom measures such as the symptom subscale of the SCL-90 or Portenoy's multidimensional symptom scale, may be used as secondary measures in studies where a validated generic instrument to assess somatic symptom burden is desired.
When one is unable to identify psychological factors and link them as probable causative or contributory factors to the physical symptoms, it is more appropriate to consider the symptoms as idiopathic rather than diagnose the patient with a somatoform disorder.
Even when psychological factors are responsible for somatic symptoms, other mental disorders such as depression and anxiety are often the etiology rather than a primary somatoform disorder.
painconsortium.nih.gov /symptomresearch/chapter_16/sec17/ckks17pg2.htm   (510 words)

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