- n. Plural form of symptom.
“During the progress of the symptoms there is frequently evidence of direct pressure upon definite cortical centres or cranial nerves, giving rise to _focal symptoms_.”
“The two friends saw the _symptoms_ well enough; but it was only Galen himself, though the _patient_, who was able to deduce the _sign_ of delirium -- that is, he alone was able to translate those symptoms into signs.”
“In somatoform "somatization disorder" and with disorders, the patient exhibits physical somatoform disorders in general The term symptoms such as low back pain or limb originates with the Greek medical term, paralysis, without apparent physical cause. hysterikos.”
“Terrence from Virginia writes his 86-year-old mother was taken to the hospital, what he describes as symptoms of a heart attack.”
“The word was this morning from sources that he was suffering what they described as symptoms synonymous with a stroke.”
“Hence it must be evident that those phenomena of diseases, which we call symptoms, are generally fallacious; but this may be owing to our imperfect knowledge of the animal economy, so that we are not able to explain or understand the manner in which they are produced: we ought however carefully to guard against being misled by them in practice.”
“No athlete should be allowed to participate in sports if he or she is still experiencing symptoms from a concussion ..”
“There are nurse call lines throughout the world now, and they generate a continuous, real-time stream of data on symptoms from the people that are calling in.”
“I hate that my reaction to new or old symptoms is to curl up full-fetal and cry to myself.”
“But Norris, who missed several games, feels he rushed back, and the symptoms from the hamate surgery never fully went away until he arrived in the Instructional League.”
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