Also found in:DictionaryThesaurusLegalEncyclopediaWikipedia.a premonitory symptom; a symptom indicating the onset of a disease. adj.,prodromal, prodromic.An early or premonitory symptom of a disease.) a premonitory symptom; a symptom indicating the onset of a disease.prodromalprodromic(prdrm)An early symptom indicating the onset of an attack or a disease.an early sign of a developing condition or disease.the earliest phase of a developing condition or disease. Many infectious diseases such as chickenpox or measles are most contagious during the prodromal period.Medtalk A premonitory or early Sx of a disease or a disorder Neurology A premonitory Sx unrelated to a seizure CfAura.An early or premonitory symptom of a disease.A symptom or sign that precedes the start of a disease and gives early warning.KOPLIKS SPOTSare a prodrome ofMEASLESand theAURAis a prodrome of an epileptic seizure or an attack ofMIGRAINE.A symptom or group of symptoms that appears shortly before an acute attack of illness. The term comes from a Greek word that means running ahead of.Mentioned in:Cold SoreCyclic Vomiting SyndromeGenital HerpesHantavirus InfectionsLymphocytic ChoriomeningitisEarly or premonitory symptom of a disease.a symptom, often noted prior to monitoring and diagnosis that may signal the beginning of a disease.a premonitory clinical sign; a clinical sign indicating the onset of a disease.
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gordonii-related VSSS in our case included a mild
including myalgia, arthralgia, and purpura with dominant symptoms only on the left foot lasting for approximately 2 weeks, which is easily overlooked and misdiagnosed.
Plantar purpura as the initial presentation of viridians streptococcal shock syndrome secondary to Streptococcus gordonii bacteremia
She shared the same bed and cared for him during his febrile
but denied that they had sexual activity after symptom onset.
Person-to-person household and nosocomial transmission of Andes hantavirus, Southern Chile, 2011
Not uncommonly, patients may present with the
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While psychosocial dysfunction is obviously manifested in CP/CPPS, we continue to lack understanding of its pathogenesis: are we confronted with a possible psychological
or contributing factor to develop the pelvic pain, or is this simply an understandable consequence of the physical, chronic painful disease state itself?
Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain: Is there a psychosocial component?
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More than half of the patients with such femur fractures had experienced a
of pain in the groin or thigh for weeks or months, and the fractures were bilateral in more than 25% of the patients.
Long-term bisphosphonate use linked to atypical fractures
North American TP is characterized by a distinct
that begins some time after a gravid ixodid tick bite and secretion of an unidentified salivary neurotoxin, and comprises two distinct phases including: (1) a nonspecific prodromal phase of lethargy and weakness; and (2) a subsequent neurotoxic phase of acute ataxia (often described as an inability to sit up and walk without assistance) progressing to ascending flaccid paralysis.
Tick paralysis in the United States
If they have, ask if they experienced a particular
The first is the premonitory phase, commonly referred to as the
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