delayed symptom

delayed symptom

Etymology: Fr, delai + Gk, symptoma, that which happens
a symptom such as shock that does not appear until after the precipitating cause.
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As the benefits of qigong were largely observed after treatment concluded, researchers suggest qigong may prevent a delayed symptom burden, or expedite the recovery process especially for women with elevated depressive symptoms at the start of radiotherapy.
Delayed symptom presentation and interpatient variations in the progression of both conditions suggest that current methods for screening injured soldiers' mental health, which focus on symptom assessment upon hospitalization, may cast too small a net, according to Dr.
Delayed symptom presentation and interpatient variations in the progression of both PTSD and depression suggest that current methods for screening injured soldiers' mental health, which focus on symptom assessment upon hospitalization, may cast too small a net, according to Dr.
By delivering a working version of a gene to produce a key enzyme that is lacking in Batten disease, the scientists delayed symptoms and extended lifespan in dogs with a comparable disease.
But there are also chemicals from our immune system which cause more delayed symptoms, such as the blocked-up nose, headaches, stuffiness and puffy eyes.
Patients with Teflon granuloma likely fall into one of two groups: (1) those with an immediate reaction to overinjection or improper injection and (2) those with delayed symptoms secondary to an exuberant granulomatous response.
In the immediate aftermath of a poisoning, the right drug might blunt the immune response and prevent delayed symptoms, suggest Stephen R.
She regained full strength as a teenager but has been in a wheelchair again since 1995 because of delayed symptoms.
In examining the coping patterns of American soldiers who fought in Vietnam and concentration camp survivors during the Holocaust, studies concluded that exposure to stressful events "outside the range of human experience"(1) has an adverse effect on a person's mental health, and results in a variety of immediate or delayed symptoms ranging from mild anxiety and insomnia to full blown psychoses and suicide.
However, some people will show delayed symptoms, so if you have been exposed to carbon monoxide, you should go to the emergency room.