clinical presentation

clinical presentation

The constellation of physical signs or symptoms associated with a particular morbid process, the interpretation of which leads to a specific diagnosis
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They describe genetics, clinical trial design, and diagnostic modalities; specific disease sites and conditions, with information on epidemiology, pathology, clinical presentation, diagnosis, staging, treatment, outcomes, and management strategies; and clinical management topics like perioperative and critical care and the principles of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and targeted and immunotherapies.
cover the clinical presentation, diagnosis, and treatment of commonly seen pediatric skin conditions, from acne to infections, with many color photos.
However, the concurrence of cervical vertebral osteomyelitis with a deep neck infection is often overlooked because of the insidious clinical presentation of the osteomyelitis.
Symptomatic Mycobacterium avium Complex (MAC) Sinusitis discusses an unusual clinical presentation of this opportunistic infection in HIV infected individuals.
The clinical presentation differs according to the site involved, but the most common symptoms are unilateral nasal obstruction, epistaxis, pain in the facial region, and swelling of the facial and orbital region.
Most infectious disease textbooks adopt a pyramidal structure, beginning with foundational concepts, such as clinical syndromes, followed by specifics, such as the clinical presentation and treatment of individual pathogens.
Including common and uncommon presentations and problems needing immediate diagnosis, cases are accompanied by color radiographs (both CT and MRI) with annotations and descriptions, imaging findings, clinical presentation, the definitive diagnosis, and essential facts for diseases from myocardial infarction to aortic stenosis.
Clinical presentation of non-typhoidal Salmonella bacteraemia in Malawian children.
The case we describe here highlights the insidious nature and elusive clinical presentation of this disease process.
We discus the clinical presentation of esophageal perforation and have compiled a number of radiological images that includes all different modalities used at this time to accurately diagnose this sinister entity.
There is a wealth of valuable information on how to make accurate diagnoses and effectively manage children with gastrointestinal disorders, presented in a logical clear way, taking the reader through clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, prognosis and treatment options.
She explains how therapeutic interventions should be based on four principles of strategy: they emerge from the cognitive case conceptualization of the patient's clinical presentation, are implemented collaboratively with the patient, allow the patient to leave the session with something more than brought into it, and are committed to by the therapist.

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