Symptoms

Some articles on symptoms:

John Hughlings Jackson - Science and Research
... His name is attached eponymously to the characteristic "march" of symptoms in focal motor seizures and to the so-called "dreamy state" of psychomotor seizures of temporal lobe origin ... the lower ones and hence lesions thereat caused ‘negative’ symptoms (due to an absence of function) ... ‘Positive’ symptoms were caused by the functional release of the lower centres ...
Growth Hormone Deficiency
... poor bone density, and a number of physical and psychological symptoms ... Psychological symptoms include poor memory, social withdrawal, and depression, while physical symptoms may include loss of strength, stamina, and musculature ...
Avolition
... and is one of the five main "negative" symptoms of that disorder, the others being flat affect, alogia, anhedonia, and asociality ... The DSM-IV says of schizophrenia that if characteristic symptoms are two (or more) of the following, each present for a significant portion of time ... or catatonic behavior, negative symptoms, i.e ...
Oligoastrocytoma - Symptoms
... There are many possible symptoms of oligodendrogliomas that are similar to other gliomas ... These symptoms may include headache, seizure and speech or motor changes ...
Human Respiratory Syncytial Virus - Signs and Symptoms
... For most people, RSV produces only mild symptoms, often indistinguishable from common colds and minor illnesses ... Other RSV symptoms common among infants include listlessness, poor or diminished appetite, and a possible fever ... Symptoms of pneumonia in immuno-compromised patients such as in transplant patients and especially bone marrow transplant patients should be evaluated to rule out RSV infection ...

Famous quotes containing the word symptoms:

    Murderous desire, hatred, distrust are nowadays the accompanying signs of physical illness: so thoroughly have we embodied our moral prejudices.—Perhaps cowardice and pity appear as symptoms of illness in savage ages. Perhaps even virtues might be symptoms.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)

    For anyone addicted to reading commonplace books ... finding a good new one is much like enduring a familiar recurrence of malaria, with fever, fits of shaking, strange dreams. Unlike a truly paludismic ordeal, however, the symptoms felt while savoring a collection of one man’s pet quotations are voluptuously enjoyable ...
    M.F.K. Fisher (1908–1992)

    Not being a K.N. [Know-Nothing] I am left as a sort of waif on the political sea with symptoms of a mild sort towards Black Republicanism.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)